A hydrolat boasting purifying, refreshing and toning properties, suitable for dry or impure skin. The species is Eucalyptus pulverulenta, which retains all the balsamic properties of eucalyptus but with a more delicate and grassy olfactory note. It is sourced from crops that are situated near the sea, a place that recreates the perfect microclimate for this plant originally from Australia. It is preserved using a peptide obtained from plant-based ingredients processed using modern fermentation techniques and biotechnology. This peptide not only plays a significant role for the proper preservation of the hydrolat, but it also has additional moisturising properties, which supplement those intrinsic to eucalyptus itself.