How To Make Refreshing Face Spray/Facial Mist at Home
Hello Gorgeous Ladies,
Today, I will be penning down simple steps to make a summer must have, your own face spray or facial mist at home. With the onset of summers, a refreshing face spray is a treat for your face. Just spritz it on when your face feels dehydrated. This is a simple method using simple ingredients. You can just make it, store it and spray it on! So, without further delay, let’s get started.
Things you will need:
- Rose petals.
Benefits to the skin: Balances, purifies and tones the skin, gives a cooling sensation to the skin. It helps to maintain moisture balance of facial skin and not to forget it smells heavenly!
- Mint sprigs.
Benefits to the skin: Mint acts as a coolant and helps in dealing with skin irritation.
- Glycerin. Benefits to the skin: Glycerin helps in restoring the water levels in your skin and prevents dryness of your skin.
- Eucalyptus oil. Benefits to the skin: Eucalyptus oil has anti-bacterial properties and has a rejuvenating aroma. Its rejuvenating properties aid in getting relief from sluggishness.
- Spray bottle/spritzer.
Steps For Making Face Spray At Home:
Ratio of ingredients: 2 cups water : 3 roses : 6-7 mint springs : 1 teaspoon glycerin : 2 drops of eucalyptus oil.
1. Boil water depending upon the quantity of liquid you want to make and pour it in a glass bowl or vessel.
2. Add rose petals and mint leaves in this bowl of hot water and cover the bowl and let it sit for 30 minutes.
3. Now, strain out the water to remove the petals and mint leaves to get a concoction which will be the base of our facial mist. It will have a pretty pink color.
4. Let the concoction cool down completely to room temperature and then add a few drops of eucalyptus oil and stir the mixture. *You can add other essential oils as per your choice. Eucalyptus oil mixes well with lavender, rosemary, pine, and cedarwood essential oils.
5. Pour this liquid in a spray bottle and voila! Your facial mist is ready. Store this in refrigerator before use.
P.S.: You can also use an empty perfume bottle but make sure to clean it thoroughly before use because you wouldn’t want any leftover perfume on your face.
Hold the bottle a little away from your face and just spray it on your face and wipe off with a cotton ball and instantly you will feel refreshed and alert. You can even leave it on for some time and let it soak in or dry on its own.
You can use this facial spray a couple of times during the day when your face needs attention and moisture. You will instantly feel refreshed, energized and cool. The essential oils give a soothing aroma which lingers on for quite some time. The best part is that is very easy to make and store. The ingredients used are readily available and do not harm your skin in any way as they are all natural. A single batch can be used for 15 days and should be stored in a refrigerator for maximum amount of time. When you are on the go, take it out of refrigerator and you are good to go with a spray on which will rejuvenate your skin instantly. You can also use it for spraying on cotton pads and using as eye patches to relax your eyes. This will be good for your dark circles as well. Since it is so easy to make, you can make it once a week and store for the entire week. Trust me, once you spray it on, you will realize how simple ingredients can give your skin that much needed boost of hydration during summers. So, go ahead ladies, spray on and rejuvenate your senses this summer!
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44 thoughts on “How To Make Refreshing Face Spray/Facial Mist at Home”
Wow a very refreshing easy to make facial mist
It is indeed very refreshing indrani! 🙂
Mayuri!!! Another fantastic make at home recipe! I might try adding lavender flowers to the hot water and see what happens! :-))
Thanks Aruna! 🙂 do try with lavender and share your experience 🙂 i just added rose because it is good for oily skin as it tighten pores 🙂
a must try! Thank youuu! 🙂
you are most welcome dear! do try it 🙂
This is niceeeeeee…:-)
Thanks Ketakee 🙂
i lovvvvve your DIY’s mayuri <3 i'll definitely try this 🙂
Thanks Nissy. do try it 🙂
Nice DIY post. Loved it..
Must have for summers.
Thanks Bandy.. 🙂 yeah it is indeed summer special 🙂
I’ll surely make it and am sure it’ll work wonders… Thanx in advance 🙂
Thanks Mrittika 🙂 it will surely work wonders.. btw i loved ur name 🙂
thanx.. its a bengali name.
Had to be you Mayuri 🙂 Awesome!!..i’m gonna try this..i’ll skip eucaltyptus and use lavender or sum citrusy essential oil.. 🙂
Hehe… thanks Shanaiia 🙂 yeah you can customize the essential oils as you like.. 🙂
ohh thats such a nice recipe.. thanks for sharing..:)
Thanks Niesha.. 🙂
Wow grt recipe …..will surely try this out 🙂
Thanks shruti.. do try it out and share your experience 🙂
thnx for the post mayuri!!! i have never used a facial spray. but this surely looks so tempting and easy…. will try it out today itself…..
You are welcome dear! 🙂 do try it out.. 🙂
wow! awesome Mayuri, will definitely try it 🙂
Thanks Sukanya… 🙂 do try it.. btw i just love your blog .. awesome articles.. 🙂 gr8 going
Nice post mayuri.. 🙂 when i saw the heading, i thought only u wd have written this post.. 🙂
Wow!! thanks a lot Laxmi.. 🙂
hi…liked your post very well described….going through your other posts.you seem to be an expert on home-made recipes.
haha!! thanks for calling me an expert.. 🙂 well i like experimenting with stuff and i share what works good.. 🙂 thanks for the lovely comment and for checking out my other posts..
Wow!!! Thanks for this!! seems so easy! 🙂
Hi Nafisa.. it is indeed very easy.. and the ingredients are easily available 🙂 thanks for the comment 🙂
nice one..best thing is easy availability of products and less time consuming…keep on tellin things like this..thx
Thanks Simmi.. yes the ingredients used as easily available and it is super quick 🙂
wowwwwwwwww mayuri 🙂 loved it 🙂 needless to say i have become a fan of your DIY series 🙂
Awww..!! thats so sweet of u anshu!! 🙂 Thank you 😀
WOW!!! Simply amazing, I m surely giving this a shot 🙂
Thanks Sital.. do give it a try..!! 🙂
nice DIY mayuti.. its a must try 🙂
Thanks Supriya! do try it 🙂
Wow..brilliant..wil surely try this..
1 doubt- Do u add glycerin after the water cools down? It seems to crystallize otherwise..
Hi Rose.. thanks for the comment
🙂 yes you have to add glycerin and essential oils when water cools down to room temperature 🙂
Guys be careful as some of the roses available at floral shops have RED COLOUR given to it by putting their stems in coloured water so the rose absorbs this colour water making in look redder ( you may have notice they make the lilies blue at floral shops, same way they do that to roses), which is harmful to the skin, so use rose petals from your garden or a known persons…
Thanks for the warning Karishma.. the roses i have used are from a known florist and are genuine.. thanks for this note 🙂