The rose water provides a delicate, soft, fresh fragrance that intoxicates every way, but also contains numerous properties that can take to promote your well – being and enhance your natural beauty. It is a product that you can buy in perfume shops or cosmetic stores. Now if you want to have it whenever you want and in a much purer way, nothing better than making it yourself at home. Pay attention to the step-by-step of the article in which we show you how to make rose water. A real gem for you and the beauty of your skin!
Follow these steps to make rose water with petals:
The rose water has multiple uses and it is a natural product with many beneficial properties for our health and beauty. So it stands out especially for being excellent for:
- Clean, tone and moisturize the skin.
- Combat tired skin and decongest tired areas of the face such as bags or dark circles.
- Reduce wrinkles, stretch marks, and blemishes.
- Protect the skin against the action of free radicals and, therefore, combat skin aging.
- Relax the body.
- Reduce hair loss and strengthen hair follicles.
- Use it as a fresh aroma or soft fragrance.
- Relieve headaches and migraines.
To make rose water, the first thing you should do is gather the necessary ingredients and materials:
- 500 g of fresh rose petals
- 1/2 l of distilled water
- a saucepan or saucepan with a lid
- a glass jar or bottle with a seal
When selecting rose petals, keep in mind that the best fragrances are red and pink and that it is important that they are fresh and free of dirt. Once you have selected the rose petals, you must put on the flames a saucepan filled with the distilled water on the fire and add all the petals
You can easily buy distilled water in large supermarkets or pharmacies. It is preferable to another type of water since. So it is more beneficial for products that are used on the skin or as topical use.
Next, set the heat to high and just as the water begins to boil, lower it. It is essential that you pay attention to this step. It is from the steam that the essential oils of the roses are extracted, which are wonderful for their great amount of properties. Cover the pot and let the mixture stay like this for about 10 more minutes.
After that time, turn off the heat, stir a little and let it rest for approximately60 minutes as if it were an infusion. Then, you will only have to filter the contents of the saucepan to remove the petals and keep only the liquid obtained: the rosewater. Lastly, pour the rose water into a glass bottle, seal it tightly. Now place it in the fridge until the next day.
As you can see, the process for making rose water is very simple and you will have at your fingertips a great natural product very beneficial for the care of your skin, being able to use it as a facial toner, revitalizing, decongestant, relaxing massage lotion.