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Antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal & decongestant


Piñon is a resilient and joyful tree; this pine smells like bright citrus. Energetically, piñon helps us embrace more joy in our lives. Botnia ethically wild-harvested the piñon in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and lovingly processed it on their micro-farm in Sausalito, California under the light of October’s blue moon.


From Justine at Botnia:


New Mexico Piñon


In the heart of northern New Mexico's expansive wilderness, the Pecos Wilderness cradles the spirit of the Wild West. This ground has seen the rise and fall of many—from indigenous tribes to Civil War soldiers—drawn by its untamed beauty and fertile lands. It's a place that evokes the fables of Pecos Bill, the coyote-raised cowboy who tamed the wild stallion called Widowmaker, and whose tales stirred my imagination and love for this terrain.

My family has roots in New Mexico, its also where my partner's childhood unfolded in an Earthship, an off-grid self-sustaining home, on the fringe of the Pecos Wilderness. The land now partially hosts my father-in-law, in a remote nook cradled by the Pecos River, a sanctuary of wilderness accessible only by a wild dirt road, amidst petroglyphs, wildlife, and piñon trees.

This past spring, my family, delicately harvested piñon for a hydrosol imbued with the land's wild essence. Each hydrosol is unique, yet this one is exceptional, a distillation of the raw northern New Mexico desert. The piñon, with its crisp and almost spicy aroma, paints the air of Santa Fe during the holidays, a scent that's both nostalgic and grounding.


Our piñon hydrosol is a lovingly crafted remedy, ideal for oilier, sensitive, or blemish-prone skin, and serves to purify your space and soothe your wounds. It is an embodiment of home, warmth, and comfort. With this hydrosol, I share a piece of my family's heart and the enchanting wilderness of New Mexico, wishing you health and joy this holiday season.


Xoxo, Justine


Size 3.4 FL OZ. (100 ML)

BOTNIA Piñon Hydrosol

Out of Stock
  • Ingredients

    New Mexico wildcrafted Pinus Edulis (Piñon) Hydrosol

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