Interaxion, your supplier of floral and fruits waters

Floral waters are obtained by the same process as for essential oils: by water-steam distillation. The vapour, which is then enriched with the essential oil contained in the plant, is condensed in a coil that has been kept cold. The recovered fluid is composed of essential oil and water: the floral water is naturally enriched with traces of essential oils (about 0.1%).

Interaxion, your supplier of floral and fruits waters

Floral waters are obtained by the same process as for essential oils: by water-steam distillation. The vapour, which is then enriched with the essential oil contained in the plant, is condensed in a coil that has been kept cold. The recovered fluid is composed of essential oil and water: the floral water is naturally enriched with traces of essential oils (about 0.1%).

Discover the list of our “Origin France” plants for the manufacture of conventional and organic floral waters.

List of ingredients : Organic and non-organic
This list is not exhaustive. Do not hesitate to ask us. Min. pack size : 25kg

PlantsLatin namesStdBioOrigin
Aloe veraAloe barbadensis
CornflowerCentaurea Cyanus
CalendulaCalendula Officinalis
Roman ChamomileAnthemis nobilis
German ChamomileMatricaria Chamomilla
LemonCitrus Limonum
Coconut pulpCocos nucifera
CucumberCucumis sativus
Dog RoseRosa canina
FrangipanyPlumeria alba+ plumeria rubra
JuniperJuniperus communis
GeraniumGeranium robertianum
Witch hazelHamamelis Virginiana
Jasmin Jasminum grandiflorum
LavanderLavendula Angustifolia
Peppermint Mentha Piperita
OrangeCitrus aurantium dulcis
MeadowsweetSpirae Ulmaria
RosemaryRosmarinus Officinalis
Damascena RoseRosa Damascena
Centifolia Rose CentifoliaRosa Centifolia
SageSalvia Officinalis
ElderSambucus Nigra
Green TeaCamelia Sinensis
ThymeThymus Vulgaris
TiareGardenia Tahitensis
LindenTilia Cordata
VanillaVanilla Planifolia+Vanilla tahitensis
VerbenaLipia citriodora

Floral and fruit waters manufacturing process

Floral waters are also called “hydrolate”, but the extraction process is different: Hydrolate is a by-product during the production of an essential oil, whereas floral water is obtained directly by steam distillation of a dried or fresh plant.

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