DIY Rose Water Face Mist

Truth is, sometimes we all need a little mood-booster in our day. If you’ve ever found yourself wishing for a timeout or reset button, this rose water spray  is going to be your BFF. Think of it as a little refreshing pick-me-up. I never knew I loved a good face mist so much before.

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With Mother’s Day right around the corner, this would make an easy and thoughtful gift for those hard-working mommas in your life. (Just be sure to make one to keep for yourself!)

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I think the tag just makes this an adorable gift. Be sure to grab your free printable tags below!

I was inspired to figure out how to make this rose water spray after I had bought a small bottle at Anthropologie.  I found my mood being instantly boosted each time I spritzed by face and took in a deep breath. But there little bottle was nearly $20 so I decided to make my own. 

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To make these, you will need: Distilled water, 100% Pure Rose Water,Witch Hazel, Apothecary Glass Mist Bottle, and a free printable tag (link below).

Once you’ve gathered your supplies they are easy to put together. Simply fill each spray bottle. Each one should contain 1/3 distilled water, 1/3 rose water, and 1/3 witch hazel. Once filled and sealed, shake and spritz.

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Bonus use: Give your face a mist when you want to freshen up your makeup at the end of the day.

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You can even keep one in your desk drawer at the office. Instant time out when needed.  :)

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You can also make mini versions which are perfect for travel or to keep in your purse. I used these Fine Mist Spray Bottle and I loved the ultra fine mist. It feels really refreshing when you spritz on your face.

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4 Comments on DIY Rose Water Face Mist

  1. Ashley
    April 13 at 11:01 am (1 year ago)

    I love your photos! Plus such a simple DIY! This sparked my interest when I saw it on my feed because just a couple weeks ago I attempted to make homemade rose water and it turned green, so not sure what happened, but this DIY seems a lot easier :)

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  2. Tori
    April 13 at 11:05 am (1 year ago)

    Oh no, green?! I wonder what happened? This certainly didn’t turn any colors. I hope you give it another try. Thanks for the kind comment!

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  3. Kelly Rodriguez
    April 27 at 8:19 am (1 year ago)

    I saw the ingredients necessary but not the actual recipe with the portions of each ingredient needed for the Rose Water Spray–is that included in the blog?

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    • Tori
      April 27 at 8:46 am (1 year ago)

      Hi Kelly, it’s added above but for each bottle I used 1/3 distilled water, 1/3 rose water, and 1/3 witch hazel. Once filled and sealed, shake and spritz!

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