DIY: ROSE WATER

Updated: Feb 16

Rose water is super easy to make at home and very beneficial.

Hey Trappers. How y'all been during the COVID-19?

I know one thing Im ready for this shit to be over with because Im tried of these kids and I'm tired of my boyfriend lol But Im glad were all Ok lol.


Anywho, I wanted to share with you all on how to make refreshing and cleansing rose water toner. Y’all been asking me to sell it and I’m just like it’s super easy to make so why not make it yourself?! What I like about this toner is that it's a natural yet very gentle astringent. I used to use witch hazel and it burnt tf out my face. So I stopper using that shit and started mixing my own shit together lol


Let me remind you that rose water is completely chemical free. No burns, no stings just pureness.


BENEFITS OF ROSE WATER:

Rose water has some antiseptic properties, which can help prevent and treat infections. Also rose water has anti-inflammatory properties, meaning its great for treating that nasty ass flaky ass eczema. I hate eczema y'all, I have the mild version of it and it pisses me tf off. But rose water does help with that because it can actually help maintain your skin pH balance and will control all that nasty ass excess oil. So yes, you can use this as a facial cleanser to remove dirt from your pores. Rose water also helps hydrate your skin.


MAKING ROSE WATER:

All you need is-


Roses (Any color works fine)

Distilled Water (if you don't have it go to the store sis its only $1.)

Pot


1. Remove the rose blossoms from the stems. Make sure to rinse them to get rid of any dust.

2. Place the rose petals in a small pot and pour the distilled water in the pot. Pour just enough water to cover the petals.

3. Boil for 30mins or until the petals lose their color.


4. Strain the rose water into a glass jar and let cool down before using.


And there you have it, your very own Rose Water. Super easy.

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