Body Spray - Alcohol Free Fragrance Spritz
Natural freshening of skin, linens, or air
Blossom to Bath Body Spray is a moisturizing body mist that energizes skin.
About Body Spray
For times when a heavier moisturizer is too much, body spray is an excellent way to hydrate the skin. Body Spray is also a convenient way to apply a light level of enjoyable scent without overpowering the other humans we encounter.
Mist on a layer of scent and moisture without adding of oils or creams. Our skin spends a lot of time working hard protecting our bodies and as the day progresses, skin begins to look "tired". It takes a a continuous supply of water to keep skin looking its best. Applying water directly to the skin helps maintain softness and refreshes the surface of the skin.
About the Ingredients
Our body spray is made with distilled water and fragrance kept mixed together using polysorbate 20. Polysorbates are compounds that are made from sorbitol which occurs naturally in fruit and is then processed to become a effective emulsifying agent. Found in food, cosmetics, and pet products, it is regarded as safe by the FDA.
|Water||What It Is: Distilled Water is used as the medium for containing cosmetic preparations. It is a universal solvent, meaning that most things will combine with it.
How It's Used: Water hydrates skin and helps create spreadable formulas.
How It's Made: Made by boiling then capturing the pure H20 result, distilled water is free of impurities, minerals, and other dissolved substances typically found in ground or natural water.
|PolySorbate 20||What It Is: A clear thick odorless liquid.
How It's Used: Solubilizes essential oils in water, as in our alcohol free body spray.
How It's Made: Typically made with natural oils, normally vegetable, that have been processed with powerful chemicals to force the molecules to transform into a strong nonionic (no electrical charge) surfactant. Polysorbate-20 is characterized by the addition of lauric acid, a compound that naturally occurs in coconut oil and palm oil.
|Propylene Glycol (and) Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate||What It Is: A thick liquid that is a complete broad spectrum preservative formulated to be effective in a wide range of cosmetic products. The combination of ingredients is synergistic, making it possible to use tiny amounts (.1% - .5% or.001 oz to .005 oz per 1 oz of product). This preservative is heat sensitive and effectiveness reduces at temperatures exceeding 122F.
How It's Used: Provides the preservative system for our lotions, creams, and other water containing leave-on products.
How It's Made: Carbamates like Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate are created by synthesizing ammonium salts with carbon dioxide. Diazolidinyl Urea is created from allantoin combined with formaldehyde, then treated with sodium hydroxide (lye). Propylene glycol is a food additive that acts as a solvent and humectant (attracts moisture) that is made from complex carbohydrates.