DIY - How to make Rose Water


  • Spring water
  • Dried red rose petals
  • A funnel
  • A glass bowl
  • A nut milk bag
  • A spray bottle



  • In a small clean pot, bring the spring water to a boil (I measured a little more water than would fit in my 4oz spray bottle)
  • Next, add in a handful of dried red rose petals (you can use fresh but make sure they are fragrant and not sprayed with chemicals)
  • Cover the pot and gently simmer the rose petals until they lose their color
  • Turn off the heat and let the rose water cool completely
  • Once cool, strain the rose water in the nut milk bag in the glass bowl
  • Pour the strained rose water into a spritzer bottle
  • Use daily and often! Will keep for 7 days at room temperature or up to a month in the fridge


To Use


  • You can use rose water as a toner for your sensitive acne prone skin. 
  • Not only does it help balance your skin’s PH, it also soothes redness and calms inflammation. 
  • Pop it in the fridge for an hour before use on hot days for a refreshing and cooling spray.
  • The best routine is to cleanse your skin, pat it dry, liberally spritz on rose water, then apply your favorite rosehip serum. 
  • Your skin feels supple and amazing!



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