How to Make Your Own DIY Rosewater Face Mist
Use roses in your beauty routine as it helps your skin stay hydrated and glowing with health. Find out how to make your own rosewater face mist here. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn a commission.
I usually don't do a lot of DIY beauty type of tutorials. That is because beauty isn't my main focus. But, I do like to fancy myself up so I feel beautiful! 🥰
This rosewater face mist recipe is one I came across several months ago, and I absolutely love it!
I apply it several times a day, whether I am wearing makeup or not, and it really is hydrating and helps my skin glow and feel healthy.
So I figured I better share this face spray with you so your skin can feel the same way!
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Supplies You'll Need to Create this Project:
- Distilled Water
- 1 TBS Aloe Vera Gel
- ½ TBS Witch Hazel
- 1 ½ TBS Rose Water
- 2oz Fine Mist Spray Bottle
- Small Funnel (optional)
- Tablespoon Measuring Cup (optional)
Rosewater Face Mist Recipe:
Remove the twist top from the spray bottle.
Place a clean mini funnel into the top of the bottle.
Pour in the Aloe Vera Gel, Witch Hazel, and Rosewater.
Fill up the bottle the rest of the way with Distilled Water, it should be about 2 TBS.
Twist the spray top back onto the bottle and give the bottle a gentle shake to combine the ingredients.
How to Use:
Spray your face several times a day, whether you are wearing makeup or not.
If wearing makeup, don't rub in, just let the mist absorb into your skin.
How long does DIY face mist last?
If you keep the mist at room temperature it is best to use it up within about two weeks.
If you store it in the fridge, it will last up to 4 weeks.
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