What Are Preserved Flowers?
Fresh cut flowers preserved using a unique process, leaving flowers looking natural by maintaining their original suppleness, shape, brightness and will last for several months or even years. They are a 100% natural and practically maintenance-free. Thus, a great gift for your special someone.
Preserved flowers are natural flowers that are hand-picked and cut at the peak of blooming beauty, then delivered to the factory for further sorting, grading and finally processing. This secret patented preservation process allows the flowers to maintain their beauty, soft and delicate appearance for a long time.
Besides their fresh appearance, they are available in many unique colors, even in black. This makes your surprise even more surprise.
Fresh flowers VS preserved flowers
A picture is worth a thousand words. They both be kept under the same environment.
Dried flowers VS preserved flowers
A well-known method of making dried flowers is to leave them dry naturally. Once completely dry, they can undergo a coloration and setting treatment so that they regain some of their original appearance. However, they look hard and break easily.
Unlike preserved flowers, even it is also a form of drying, but its process is much more sophisticated. The result is a completely natural appearance and feel, as if they were freshly-cut flowers.
How long does it last?
Preserved flowers can last several months or even years depending on how you care for them
Are they safe?
The substances used in the preservation process are non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-carcinogenic, non-explosive and non-chemical reactive. The solutions and colorants are the same as those used in food and medical. Therefore, they do not represent any health or environmental risk.
How To Care For Preserved Flowers
Preserved flowers are very fragile like fresh flowers, so they must be handled with care and should be treated as follows:
- DO NOT WATER. They do not need water. Sprinkling water or perfume can cause damage.
- Should not be kept in high moisture area or very dry place.
- Avoid contact with direct sunlight to prevent discoloration or fading.
- Blow with hair dryer from a moderate distance when dusty.