It's obvious that I adore linen; its texture, its fall, its way of saying without words, the way it decorates a space impregnating it with its naked personality...because linen really is exempt from frills; it is as it is; so natural and authentic.
All those who have a linen bedding set will know that it is capable of changing the spirit of the room where you place it, turning it into a haven of peace.
My days go by surrounded by this wonderful fabric; brand premise: only 100% linen; cutting, washing, drying, testing, because the quality of linen is appreciated when it is washed and I never buy a fabric without subjecting it to my own analysis; We could say that I am a linen taster...with my eyes closed, not only by touch but also by its smell, I would guess which one it is, because it is also something that I have been passionate about since I was little; it is the aroma of things... Many of you write to me to ask me the name of the perfume with which your purchase arrives, I never say it because it is my quiet secret; I search, search, mix soaps or softeners to find the aroma that I think represents me and that makes me breathe deeply with the linen in my hands.
The day Home Healthy Home knocked on the door, I was expectant; First, I was captivated by its very particular yellow color; then that simple aroma; a soft touch of lavender but really what pleasantly surprised me was its behavior in the wash with absolutely no fabric softener: elastic, soft, shiny linen! It was a real gift for me, so I didn't even hesitate; Why not share it on dE.LENZO and include a collection of laundry soaps and perfumes for our bedding? I am delighted with this wonderful collaboration. I am more than happy with my soaps and perfumes for the bedding, the cabinets, the drawers... We already have a bouquet of aromas that permeate the workshop together with the linen.
As in the product sheets, we have not been able to explain the ingredients as thoroughly as we would like, this is where we detail them in depth with the help of Home Healthy Home.
Laundry soap for silk, wool and linen with lavender / Nº13.
Distilled water which allows the correct mix the ingredients.
Olive oil cold saponified gives wool and silk an excellent quality of cleaning and care, returning the fibers to their original smoothness.
Organic colza and sunflower vegetable oils cold saponified, effectively clean clothes allowing textiles to be moistened, dissolving and absorbing dirt.
Sugar surfactant reinforces the action of the soap and improves foam formation. It acts as an anti-limescale allowing the clothes to remain flexible after drying.
Plant alcohol (Ethanol)* which aacts as a solvent to strengthen the cleaning efficiency and ensures a homogeneous and liquid formula. It is a natural preservative. Fight against the appearance of microbes.
Sodium Citrate is a salt that is used as a PH regulator and softener.
Organic lavender essential oil with antiseptic, antibacterial and relaxing properties, also providing a pleasant aroma to your laundry.
Relaxing purifying pillow spray n°220
Properties of the essential oils in the formula:
LAVENDER: It obtained by steam dragging of the Lavándula Angustifolia. With antibiotic, antiseptic and disinfectant properties. Its important calming and sedative effect is very appropriate for cases of stress or anxiety.It is grown in Spain in the province of Guadalajara
NEROLÍ: Also called Azahar, it is obtained by steam dragging Citrus Aurantium Amara, the flower of the orange tree. Tree native to Asia but widely cultivated in the Mediterranean basin. Very beneficial for insomnia, nervous excitement, anxiety, stress, digestive spasms, dyspepsia of nervous origin, etc. This oil also acts on the autonomic and endocrine nervous systems, with important antiseptic effects.
BITTER ORANGE:It is obtained by cold pressing technique from the peel of Citrus Auriantum, fruit of the bitter orange tree. It is grown mainly in the south of Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Andalusia and the Region of Murcia. Among its multiple properties, it stands out for being a great disinfectant, relaxing agent and provides a pleasant feeling of well-being.
ROSA DAMASCENA: It is obtained by steam dragging the petals of the Damascus Rose. Pink or pale red in color and provided with 36 petals. It is an oil that provides relaxation and mental balance in times of stress, tension or low spirits.
Closet perfume n°210 - This goes with me in my bag!!!
CEDRO: You get by steam dragging from the bark of the Cedrus Atlantica, Pinaceae, a tree that grows in different areas of the planet such as Morocco, the Himalayas, Lebanon and the Middle East. The aromatic natural oil of the Atlas cedar has antiseptic properties. Especially effective against insects and moths
MINT-PIPERITA: It is obtained by steam dragging of Mentha Piperita. Due to its properties and aromatic components, it has been cultivated since the 17th century. It is a hybrid obtained from the crossing of aquatic mint and spearmint. Eliminates germs, parasites, viruses and refreshes the environment.
LAVANDA: Lavender essential oil is obtained by steam dragging from the plant Lavándula Hybrida, being one of the hybrid species that have been introduced, crossing lavender and lavender . In many countries it is intensively and extensively cultivated and harvested, especially in the Mediterranean basin, especially in Spain and southern France. With antibiotic, antiseptic and disinfectant properties. Its calming and sedative effect is very important, very appropriate for cases of stress or anxiety.
ORANGE: Orange essential oil is obtained by cold pressing the peel of Citrus Sinensis, which is the fruit of the orange tree. Orange essential oil has an antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, bactericidal, nervous sedative, digestive, fungicidal, hypotensive, digestive stimulant, and lymphatic, stomach effect, as well as being highly appreciated in cosmetics for the benefits it exerts on the skin.
LEMONGRASS: The lemongrass essential oil is obtained by steam dragging from the Cymbopogon citratus, or lemon plant, common in Central and South America as well from regions such as many Asian areas such as Sir Lanka, Laos, Thailand, etc. It is a large herb, growing in clumps, with numerous long, linear, drooping leaves. It is traditional in Indian Ayurvedic medicine to fight infections. Its antimicrobial and antibacterial capacity has now been demonstrated.
SALVIA OFFICINALIS: Salvia Officinalis essential oil is obtained by steam dragging Salvia Officinalis L., Lamiaceae. Natural of the Mediterranean, although its cultivation has spread throughout Europe, North America and occasionally in other tropical regions.Among the recognized medical properties are those related to the skin and mucosa, being an effective anti-infective, antifungal and antiseptic, the latter being also used in genito-urinary cases
THYME: Thyme essential oil is obtained by steam dragging from Thymus Vulgaris, widely distributed in the northern hemisphere, especially in the Mediterranean basin, North Africa and Asia Minor. Due to its antibacterial, antispasmodic, antirheumatic, expectorant, and soothing properties, this oil has a long list of uses such as arthritis, wounds, insect bites, sores, fluid retention, menstrual and menopausal problems, nausea, fatigue, respiratory symptoms, flu symptoms, skin conditions (oily skin and scars) and remedy for athlete's foot.
MYRTLE: The essential oil of Myrtle BIO extracted from Myrtus communis by steam dragging, can be extracted from the leaves is most commonly used in medicine and the oil from the berries Myrtle is used as a flavoring for beverages and alcoholic beverages. It is a medicinal herb that is used in traditional medicine in many parts of the world. Its berries, leaves and fruits have been widely used as a traditional folk medicine to treat disorders such as diarrhoea, peptic ulcer, hemorrhoids, inflammation, lung and skin diseases. Clinical and experimental research studies suggest that myrtle essential oil possesses an even broader range of benefits, including antioxidant, anticancer, antidiabetic, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal.
CLAVO: Clove essential oil is obtained by steam dragging from the leaves of Eugenia caryophyllus, Myrtaceae, a tree native to Indonesia and Madagascar. It also grows in Zanzibar, India and Sri Lanka. Clove essential oil has antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, and stimulant properties
PATCHOULI: Patchouli essential oil is steam-extracted from Pogostemon cablin Patchouli, native to Southeast Asia. Today it is cultivated in China, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines, but it also grows in South America and other tropical regions such as Hawaii. What sets patchouli essential oil apart from other oils is that it improves with age. In aromatherapy it relieves anxiety, stress and depression. Its calming effect is very effective for relaxation and meditation. It can boost your immune system against colds and fever.
Mothproof cedar rings or balls and drawer and cabinet freshener:
Red cedar balls are a natural moth repellent, as well as gently ambience your drawers . Its effect lasts approximately 6 months. You can reinforce them, too, with the perfume for closets.
How to use: Put the 3 balls in the dryer together with washed and damp clothes and also in the washing machine for washing.
How to use them in the washing machine? They are recommended above all for delicate garments that are washed with programs that spin little, to soften the garment and absorb moisture as much as possible, which makes the garment come out almost dry. They are an ecological alternative to the use of fabric softener in the wash, they soften the clothes without the need to add liquid fabric softener, they improve the spin quality when the garment comes out almost dry and they remove the static electricity that catches the clothes. By not carrying chemical products to soften the clothes, the water is less polluted.
How do I know when it's time to change the balls? Should they start to lose fibers and become fuzzy, it's time to replace them. We guarantee they'll last 500 washes or so.
Let me know how your experience was.