Hey guys! I come to you today with new products in the care of my face, body and hair, this time they are Hydrolates from Venita, their new Bio 100% Natural series, inspired by organic cosmetics.
Venita has long been offering well-known and great hair care cosmetics, e.g. herbal paints with henna or cassia, which I have already recommended to you on Instagram, while these new products, i.e. bio hydrolates, will soon be on offer at Lidl stores, so it is a good opportunity to test them and write your opinion about these interesting products. I am very pleased with this distribution, because it was not always easy to find cosmetics of this brand – I saw paints in Drogeria Natura, and conditioners and shampoos also in Hebe, but for example I was looking for a lotion for hair loss in stores in my city for a long time and unfortunately without success . Fortunately, it is going to change soon and that’s great, because they are really worth checking out natural and vegan cosmetics.
Today, Venita hydrolates, i.e. natural plant essences obtained in the process of distilling flowers and leaves from plants, went to the first review. This beautifully fragrant tonic can then be used for various purposes in the natural care of our skin, body and hair. I have a whole collection of these products, so I’ve tried to test them for you in all possible roles. I must say right away that they worked out great for me and I think they are worth buying, especially since they have dark and ecological glass bottles. If you are interested in these products, please read the rest of this post.
VENITA, 100% NATURAL VEGAN BODY AND HAIR HYDROLATES
Hydrolates are natural plant essences created in the process of distilling plant flowers and leaves, they are a natural source of vitamins, minerals, polysaccharides, bio-proteins and other valuable plant ingredients with multidirectional action. They show moisturizing, soothing, soothing, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial properties.
Hydrolates have been used for years in traditional medicine and in the philosophy of healthy life, they have power that comes from the depths of nature.
Venita Hydrolates are most often used as:
– face tonic (WITHOUT ALCOHOL)
– natural face and body mist
– base of home cosmetics (DIY)
– natural hair conditioner
– scalp lotion
HYDROLATE FROM DAMASCUS ROSE
100% natural damask rose hydrolate with a natural rose fragrance. Recommended for tired, sensitive and oily skin. It has an astringent, toning and moisturizing effect. Cleans and mattifies the skin, reduces discoloration, evens out the skin complexion, soothes and soothes. When applied to hair, it refreshes and relaxes.
ORGANIC ORANGE FLOWER HYDROLATE
100% natural orange blossom hydrolate. Recommended for oily, sensitive and couperose skin. It has antioxidant, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, reduces redness. It prevents premature skin aging. Refreshes with its unique scent.
ORGANIC HYDROLATE FROM VIRGINIAN HAMMER
100% natural witch hazel hydrolate, also known as Indian gold. Recommended for the care of problematic, sensitive, irritated, itchy skin and to support oily and acne-prone skin. It brings relief and soothes the problems that occur, and has antioxidant properties.
ORGANIC GREEN TEA HYDROLATE
100% natural green tea hydrolate. Rich in proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins C and B. It has antioxidant properties, refreshes, cleanses and soothes irritations. It prevents premature skin aging processes.
ORGANIC ALOE HYDROLATE
Directions for use:
100% natural aloe vera hydrolate, rich in polysaccharides and vitamins A, B, C and E. Moisturizes, regenerates and nourishes, prevents premature skin aging. Perfect for the care of dry, delicate and acne-prone skin.
Apply to the skin of the face, body or hair. Can be used as a tonic, mist, compress or lotion.
Capacity: 100 ml
Suggested price: PLN 24
Availability: online and stationary drugstores, Lidl chain, Venita.pl
Today, Venita hydrolates, i.e. natural plant essences obtained in the process of distilling flowers and leaves from plants, went to the first review. Such a beautifully fragrant “tonic” can then be used for various purposes in the natural care of our skin, body and hair. I have a whole collection of these products, so I’ve tried to test them for you in all possible roles. I must say right away that they worked great for me and I think they are worth buying.
The entire series of Venita hydrolates has very aesthetic packaging with prints referring to natural and vegan products. The bottles are made of dark glass to preserve the beneficial properties of essential oils for as long as possible, and the sprays are made of plastic, they dispense a nice cloud of mist and have not jammed yet.
I like the message of the Venita company , where the products are bio, 100% natural and vegan, and we have immediately stated that the hydrolates are universal cosmetics, because not everyone knows that they can also be used in hair and body care.
I will start with the product I used most often, Venita Hydrolate from Orange Blossoms , which of course I had to open immediately after receiving the package. From the very beginning it charmed me with its fragrance and moisturizing properties. I missed something like this in late summer face care when the colors fade and the weather turns worse every day. This fragrance brought me back memories of holidays a bit, it is really very pleasant to use.
This cosmetic is recommended for oily, sensitive and couperose skin. It has antioxidant, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, reduces skin redness. I can actually agree with this, but we will see what action in relation to premature skin aging will take some time.
Although I mainly use it as a tonic and mist to refresh my face, of course it can also be successfully used for hair care and body mist.
It also works well as a conditioner in al’a hair spray, alcohol-free hair perfume – the fragrance stays in them for a very long time, especially fresh after washing, something wonderful, and the strands are soft and shiny. I couldn’t stop combing and sniffing my curls! 🙂
You might think that the most universal and most often used hydrolate by me would be the aloe vera, but since I’ve been using a tonic with a similar composition recently, I wanted to give my skin a little rest. However, he tested it later in every possible role and it definitely works, the power of moisturizing and soothing irritation is very felt here. It works as a face tonic and mist, after shave lotion, base for oiling and hair conditioner, addition to clay masks and scalp lotion for all skin problems. So if you’re looking to buy one of these products to try, I definitely recommend the one that is the most versatile.
Similar action and quite a similar smell – green and fresh, has Venita green tea hydrolate , very summer and mild. I also use this product interchangeably with aloe vera for my face and with all home recipes.
For acne problems , witch hazel hydrolate is recommended , I remember a similar product from the beginning of my transition to natural cosmetics, which really helped me with painful pimples. It is a 100% natural witch hazel hydrolate, known as Indian gold. Recommended for the care of problematic, sensitive, irritated, itchy skin and as a support for oily and acne-prone skin. It brings relief and alleviates existing problems, has antioxidant properties.
It definitely works as a tonic for problem facial skin and as a base for hair oiling.
The rose hydrolate also charmed me with its scent, a bit different than rose water, stronger and more complex, although it reminded me very much of it. It was, of course, the beautiful scent of garden roses that hugged me for a long time and brought back summer memories from my garden. He will definitely stay with me for longer. 100% natural damask rose hydrolate is recommended for tired, sensitive and oily skin. It has an astringent, toning and moisturizing effect. Cleans and mattifies the skin, reduces discoloration, evens out the skin complexion, soothes and soothes. When applied to hair, it refreshes and relaxes.
Like orange, it can be used in all of these roles and as a hair perfume. And of course a body mist for hot days. I will definitely try to make homemade DIY perfumes based on them, the recipe for which you asked me. What universal gems!
I am glad that new natural products with such good ingredients have appeared on the cosmetics market – they are 100% natural and vegan. Hydrolats have quite strong smells, which makes them very pleasant to use. Their action works great in many roles – for hair, face and body care, which makes them universal cosmetics, worth the price. I love glass, ecological packaging, prints of natural cosmetics and the fact that the cap dispenses the right mist, thanks to which we do not waste the product. She will definitely stay with me for a long time! New Venita shampoos and hydrolates will soon appear in the offer of Lidl stores, so I strongly encourage you to test it. They are worth buying!
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Do you know these cosmetics? What would you test?