It is gentle, strongly refreshing, slightly herbal and works wonderfully on the complexion. This is because sage herb has large amounts of tannins (slightly astringent and antiseptic properties), phenolic acids (slightly exfoliating, brightening, antioxidant properties), saponins (enhance the process of absorption of other active ingredients ), flavonoids (bioactive compounds with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties).
Thus, sage hydrolate has a multidirectional effect on our skin. Most importantly, it is suitable for both acne-prone skin, using its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and for normal and older skin, thanks to its antioxidant content and its regenerating and pH-balancing compounds.
Sage water is great for washing the face-morning and evening, as well as for use on hair, which is plagued by dandruff and can bring relief to the scalp. For excessively oily hair, spray the hair after each wash and do not rinse. When our skin is prone to seborrhea, ulcers or hard-to-heal wounds-sage will be wonderful!
Attention! The hydrolate, due to its high content of active ingredients, may cause temporary redness and irritation of the facial skin. It is recommended to try it on the inside of the wrist
Salvia officinalis Leaf Water