July 9, 2019
Summer Rose Face Mist, Anyone?
An Easy Summer Rose Face Mist with Kore Herbals
Picture this: it’s a sunny day with a cool breeze, birds are chirping in the distance, roses are fragrantly blooming, and life. is. good.
May we recommend distilling and bottling that feeling into a perennial face mist? Portland’s Kore Herbals showed us how, and let us tell you, a little spritz turns a bad day good, and a good day better. Best of all, this DIY is e-z p-z!
Ingredients + Supplies
1 tbsp (or so) freshly picked rose petals
1 cup purified or distilled water
Strainer, funnel, and small glass misting bottle
Optional: witch hazel, rose oil, lavender or bergamot essential oils
Bring water to a boil.
Once boiling, remove from heat and add rose petals.
Cover and let roses infuse for 1-2 minutes.
Strain liquid, then funnel into a misting bottle.
Pop into fridge, and mist away!
Optional: Add a Scent
Add up to 5 drops of lavender or bergamot essential oil for a lovely uplifting scent.
Optional: Make it into a Toner
Add one part witch hazel and one part rose oil.
Special thanks to Kore Herbals for inviting us into her studio and showing us how it’s done! If roses aren’t blooming or close by, you can always shop her face mists and other skincare goodies online.