Laurel floral water, also known as bay leaf hydrosol, is a byproduct of the steam distillation of the leaves of the laurel tree (Laurus nobilis). It has been used in various cultures for its medicinal and cosmetic properties. In recent times, it has gained popularity in the beauty industry as a natural skincare ingredient.

Synonyms: Bay leaf hydrosol, Laurus nobilis hydrosol, laurel hydrosol, bay leaf water.

Botanical names: Laurus nobilis is the botanical name for the plant that produces bay leaves and laurel floral water.

Chemical composition: Laurel floral water contains a variety of chemical compounds that contribute to its therapeutic and cosmetic properties. The main constituents of laurel floral water include eucalyptol, alpha-terpineol, linalool, pinene, and cineole. It also contains antioxidants, such as phenolic compounds, that help to protect the skin from environmental damage.

Growing Locations: The laurel tree is native to the Mediterranean region, but it is now grown in various parts of the world, including Europe, Asia, and the Americas. The quality and properties of the laurel floral water may vary depending on the region where the plant is grown and the environmental conditions.

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