Limewater - Definition


Limewater is obtained after the dissolution of hydrated lime in water. This filtrate is a saturated solution of hydroxyde and calcium. Limewater is used in various domains such as manufacturing, horticulture, cooking, construction, and also pediatrics. Limewater even calms colic in infants. An excellent natural cleanser for the skin, it is used after each diaper change. Limewater protects all skin types, and is a gentle, all-natural make-up remover.
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