DIY Rose Water Toner

We alternate between our Apple Cider Vinegar Toner and this stunning Rose Water Toner. It all depends on what we feel our skin needs.

Rose Water has been around for a long time but we have just recently discovered it. It’s amazing! Rose Water also smells absolutely beautiful and added with these other ingredients, this makes an excellent skin healing and antiseptic toner.

You will need :

50mls Rose Water

35mls of Witch Hazel

15mls of Distilled Water

5 drops of Lavender Essential Oil 

Spray bottle (recycled or bought amber glass)

Meauring Jug

Funnel

Why these ingredients?

Rose Water has hydrating properties, balances oil production and heals cuts and blemishes. Witch Hazel is naturally antiseptic and fades blemishes and brightens skin. Lavender essential oil is anti-fungal, antidepressant, anti inflammatory, antiseptic and antibacterial. Perfect! 

Method :

Simply using a measuring jug, measure out all your ingredients, adding them together in the same jug. Our measurements are correct for a 100ml spray bottle. 

 

Now, using your funnel, simply pour all the ingredients into your spray bottle.

We have the tiniest funnel known to man but it works really well for this 100ml spray bottle. It was a toy from a Christmas cracker of all things. It’s plastic unfortunately but we put it to good use. 

And that’s it! We use this in the morning and at night, after we have washed our face with our Rose Clay Spa soap. Simply spray a few mists over your face, after cleansing and let dry naturally before applying your cream or oil. We really hope you love it and also see the benefits we have. Enjoy!

 

Disclaimer - Before using any ingredients and if you’re unsure of anything, always check with an expert. This works for us but may not work for everyone. We buy as many ingredients as we can in bulk and in glass, but sometimes bulk items still come in plastic. We are committed to finding plastic free items where we can, the market just doesn’t readily offer everything plastic free yet unfortunately. We use very little plastic in our home. We have massively cut down on the amount of plastic we used a few years ago and living a more natural lifestyle, which is far better for the environment. Let’s hope retailers catch up with plastic free living soon!