teardrop my phytocosmetic lab produces natural homemade products
teardrop my phytocosmetic lab produces natural homemade products teardrop my phytocosmetic lab produces natural homemade products
apr 01, 2014

teardrop my phytocosmetic lab produces natural homemade products

teardrop my phytocosmetic lab produces natural homemade products
all images courtesy of teardrop




‘teardrop my phytocosmetic lab’ is a system of tools and accessories that enables the homemade processing of plants to extract their beneficial properties. part of a growing trend in which self-made cosmetic products are gaining attention for their natural advantages, the package includes a steam distiller and other tools for preparation and storage. the set also comes with a recipe book that provides all the information about plant properties and their application. the final product was made out of ceramic and hand blown borosilicate glass, with the cooperation of italian artisans.



‘teardrop_my phytocosmetic lab’
video courtesy of teardrop


hydrolates are aqueous products of the steam distillation


the steam distiller ready to be used


distillation completed


detail of the extraction process


a precious drop of herbal distillate


put water, plants and ice inside the steam distiller in order to obtain an herbal distillate you can use as facial tonic or as ingredient for natural cosmetics


preparing a 100% natural body cream using teardrop


the packaging and the recipe book


the recipe book contains information about plants benefits



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