• fresh organic rose petals
  • distilled or filtered water
  • Mason Jar or bottle for storage

  • Put your petals in a pot and add enough distilled water to cover them
  • Let the mixture simmer for 20-30 minutes until the petals lost their color and are white or a really pale pink
  • Separate the petals from the water and place it in a Mason Jar or a glass bottle

 

 

 

Rose Water is one of my favorite things to use on my face, but it can be really expensive. So I thought I would share a really easy recipe with you guys on how to make your own rose water. Rose water doesn't only smell amazing but it's also really beneficial for your skin and has become a permanent element in my skincare routine, which will be up really soon so keep your eyes peeled for that.

But now let's get to how you can make your own rose water, shall we? You will only need fresh organic rose petals, distilled or filtered water and a Mason Jar or bottle. Make sure you get organic roses that haven't been sprayed with any chemicals or pesticides. Cause whatever was put on them will end up in your rose water and eventually on your skin. 

Directions:

  • Put your petals in a pot and add enough distilled water to cover them
  • Let the mixture simmer for 20-30 minutes until the petals have lost their color and are white or a really pale pink
  • Separate the petals from the water and place it in a Mason Jar or a glass bottle

Super easy, right? To be honest, I was a bit surprised by how rich the color of the water was. Last time I made this, the color was more on the yellow side. So don't worry if the color of your rose water isn't exactly like mine, it depends on the roses you use. 

So I hope you'll enjoy making your own rose water. You wanna now how I use my rose water? Keep your eyes peeled for my next posts.

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