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Loelle Neroli Water is an organic and natural toner made by distilling neroli flowers. Neroli Water is hydrating and balancing on the skin. Preferably used after cleansing and before applying serum or oil, as the toner resets the skin's PH levels. Loelle Neroli Water has a refreshing scent of neroli flowers and can be used as a setting spray over makeup or at any time during the day when you want to add extra moisture.
Loelle's Neroli Water contains only neroli water and is free of alcohol and other additives, which makes it kind and gentle on the skin. Suitable for all skin types and also sensitive skin.
How to use
Spray directly on the skin after cleansing or any time during the day when you want to add extra moisture.
Use on the scalp to soothe dry and itchy scalp or on hair ends to control frizzy and flyaway hair.
Loelle Neroli Water comes from Morocco which has a tradition of distilling neroli flowers. Loelle's neroli water is obtained without intermediaries from a women's cooperative in Morocco. The production is done by hand and contributes to a better welfare for the women.