Beauty DIY

How to make a revitalising rose water skin toner

Looking to make a rose water skin toner that leaves your skin feeling fresh and revitalised? Our beauty DIY here is the ideal skin saviour.
Rose water is a gentle astringent that keeps skin both cleansed and soothed. Smooth over freshly cleansed skin to tackle redness and remove any remaining impurities. It can feel especially nice to use as a treatment with a face mask. Our face mask beauty DIY for sensitive skin also harnesses the power of roses for a soothing facial treatment.

Use organic rose petals here. Organic roses are grown without pesticides, giving you the confidence for safe use on your skin.

How to make a rose water skin toner



  1. Cover a handful of rose petals with distilled water in a saucepan and gently simmer for 20 minutes until the colour of the petals fades.
  2. Add the essential oil, then strain into a sterilised jar or spray bottle.
  3. Liberally spritz onto freshly cleansed skin or apply with a cotton pad. Keeps in the fridge for one week.

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