DIY Rosewater Recipe

You can purchase Rosewater for about $11.00 online, Or you can save $10.00 for your coffee and make your own Rosewater for yourself and a bunch of friends for the cost of the bottles (which are reusable for multiple times) and a bottle of distilled water.

Benefits of Rosewater
With its anti-inflammatory properties it soothes skin irritations, (Razor burn, that Zit you just popped, reduces skin redness.)
Sunburn relief
Heals scars, cuts, burns
Enhances your mood
Anti-aging effects – Tightens skin
Helps get rid of dermatitis, eczema and dry skin, by balancing the PH and hydrating the skin.

Follow along for the recipe:

Select 6-7 roses from your garden. (pesticide free) (or grab some from the grocery store. But be sure that pesticide and chemicals were not used.
Pick off the petals, and put in a bowl.
I spray my rose petals with Thieves food and veggie spray to remove any dirt, possible bugs and bacteria from the rose petals.
Soak in cool water for 10 minutes, then stir around and strain.
Put the cleaned rose petals in a saucepan, and fill to the top of the rose petals with distilled water.
Bring to a slow simmer, and then turn down to low and leave for approx 30 min or until the water is a deep pink and the petals are whiter.
Strain your petals in a fine strainer.
Put your rose water in the fridge for later use or for use in some other recipes. (I will be adding them here slowly so check back for:

Rosewater hair hydration and growth spray.

Rosewater bath bombs

Rosewater Body Butter

Rosewater Shaving Cream


Laundry Booster

Sunburn relief

Pillow Spray

-Love, Light and Brightest Blessings

Kayleigh-May

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