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diy rose water facial spray in 3 easy steps

diy rose water facial spray in 3 easy steps - - local -

High pH products can throw our skin’s natural balance out of whack and make existing skin conditions (like rosacea, psoriasis, acne, and wrinkles) worse.

Enter rose water: with its low pH levels and natural antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial powers, it can help soothe and restore your skin’s natural balance.


Toss that preservative and chemical filled face mist and add this natural version to your skincare arsenal instead! Here’s how to make your own:

Add 2 drops rose
Add 4 drops lavender
Add 2 drops blue tansy
Top with water 

Step 1: Combine all ingredients in a 60ml (2oz) spray bottle (like our amber bottles with black misters) Double the recipe for a 120ml (4oz) spray bottle

Step 2: Once all ingredients are in the bottle, place the cap on and gently shake to mix

Step 3: Hold the bottle around 6 inches from your face and mist 4-5 sprays to enjoy the refreshing, brightening, and toning effects

Let us know if you tried our recipe and what you think in the comments! We love to hear your feedback 💚

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DISCLAIMER: Make sure you are using the safest essential oils available to you. We use Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade. All information mentioned in this blog post has not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. NOTE: The alcohol might overpower the scent of the essential oils. Adding more drops may not necessarily change this. 
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