Floral water

Hydrosol is the water collected when plants are distilled to make essential oil. As the best known hydrosol are the flower-waters like Rosewater, Lavender water and Orange flower water so the name are more common among public. These flower-waters have been used in skin care and perfumery for centuries.

Hydrosols usually contain a tiny proportion of essential oil along with many water soluble extracts from the plant that do not occur in the oil. The water pass through the plants several times during distillation process so a high level these water-soluble elements is obtained. The properties therefore do not identical to that of the corresponding essential oil, anyhow do closely resemble them. They are so gentle so can be used neat on the skin and safe for children and elderly.

Lavender Lavendura augusifolia W012-BI-A
Orange Flower Citrus aurantium W010-BI-A
Rose Rosa damascene W009-BI-A
Geranium Pelagonium graveolens W011-BI-A
Plai  Zingiber cassumunar Roxb.  W013

Essential Oils Blends

Terms for Extraction Method: SD = Stream Distillation | SE = Solvent Extraction | GE = Gas Extraction | CP = Cold Pressed

Essential Oils Blends Aroma Description
Fresh No.I Minty fresh with a touch of citrus
Fresh No.II Fresh slight sweet citrus
Joy No.I Sweet floral with earthy base note
Joy No.II Smooth sweet floral with slight herbal note
Peace No.I Floral herbaceous, sweet scent with balsamic woody undertone
Peace No.II Floral herbaceous with earthy base note undertone
Spice No.I Fresh strong lemony herbaceous note
Spice No.II Pleasant sweet herbaceous light refreshing note

Bath Therapy, one of the most popular and therapeutic bath is sea salt bath, Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, discovered the therapeutic qualities of seawater by noticing the healing effects it had on the injured hands of fishermen. The seawater not only restricted infection risks, but patients who followed treatments involving the use of seawater found that it also promoted pain relief. It is now known that sea salt therapy is an effective treatment that assists in the rejuvenation of the cells and also induces a healthy exchange of minerals and toxins between the blood and the water. Furthermore, the cleansing properties of a sea salt bath are to clean pores and to detoxify the body and can use on a daily or weekly basis at home.

Some Types of Water Therapies
Balneotherapy – a range of treatments with warm mineral salt water, from bathing or underwater massage jets to plain drinking. Alkaline water helps stimulate the secretion of bile, while hypnotic water has diuretic effects and is often used for treating kidney stones.

Phytotherapy – treatments with wild-growing herbs, plants, flowers or leaves. Used in salt baths, oils or infusions, their effect can be superior to pharmacological treatments for some medical conditions. Perfect for combining with bath salts.

Thalassotherapy – therapeutic baths using warm seawater. The application of seawater (which is very similar to the body’s own internal fluids) allows magnesium and potassium to be drawn into the blood stream while toxins are actively eliminated.

Bath & Shower
  • Happiness Bath & Shower Gel
  • Inspiration Bath & Shower Gel
  • Siam Bouquets Bath & Shower Gel
  • Thai Spirit Bath & Shower Gel
    • Green tea Body Wash
    • Green tea Hair Wash
    • Green tea Head to Toe
    • Green tea Hair Conditioner
Bath Therary

Phyto Sea Crystal Bath

  • Green Tea Sea Bath
  • Happiness
  • Siam Bouquets
  • Thai Spirit
Aromatic Milk Bath
  • Aromatic Rose Milk Bath
  • Detoxifying Green Tea
  • Soothing Orange Blossom & Lavender