POPSUGAR Beauty Reporter Kirbie Johnson shows you an easy and fun DIY - how to make your own rosewater spray!
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Please help! My rose water smells super bad??!!!they were white and pink roses and water in boiling hot water and let it sit for an hour or so and I strained it and it stinks like rotten garbage! What did I do wrong???
It extracts more color, nutrients, and moisture if you tear up the petals first.
I make rose water, but I make it in a cold process, I use the freshest, most fragrant roses from the rose garden I tend to for my grandfather. I shred them into a random container ( and the juice from just plain roses make a great cheek stain. Finger stain too :p ) add some water and use something to mash them up. Then I put a lid on it and shake the heck out of it. Drain it, transfer it, and then dump it on my brothers hair. He doesn't like it because it makes his hair grow too long way too fast.
Hmm... that's so weird! Honestly, you don't have to use just the condensation. The water from the pot with the rose petals still has that rose extract, so you'll still get the benefits, althought it might not be a concentrated.
tkank you for this DIY! i have been wondering for a long time how can i make flower water at home instead of buying it at the sho, cos i use it as a toner. so i think it is possible to make it with other flowers too, like camomiles, calendula...
So niiiiice! I love using rosewater as a toner. I use the BOTANICS Organic Rosewater toner (Target). It's super amazing. Everyone should try it! Has a little bit of alcohol in it but I have very dry skin & it doesn't dry it out at all. It has about 5 ingredients. :)
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