Home Essentials Rosewater

Home Essentials Personal Care Range

Rosewater is a soothing preparation for the skin, with a pleasant rose fragrance. Size: 200ml

Uses & Tips

  • Soothing application for the face and hands – Soak cotton ball in Home Essentials Rosewater and apply in upward circular motions.
  • Facial Toner – For normal, dry and sensitive skin.

Recipes (Make Your Own)

Mixture to help soothe dry skin
Mix 1 Tbsp of Home Essentials Rosewater with 2 Tbsp Home Essentials Glycerol. Smooth over arms and legs at night. Rinse off the following morning.

Hand cleanser
Mix together 1 part lemon juice, 1 part Home Essentials Rosewater and 1 part Home Essentials Glycerol. Rub over hands to smooth clean.

Body Lotion
Thoroughly mix together 125ml Home Essentials Rosewater, 100ml Home Essentials Glycerol, 40ml Jojoba Oil, and 4 – 8 drops of Rose Essential Oil. Beat the mixture until it emulsifies. Store in a tightly sealed glass bottle in a cool, dark place.

Body Wash
Gather together 200mls of water, 100ml of Home Essentials Rosewater, 8 green Cardamom pods, 2 Tbsp grated Rose Soap, and 1 Tbsp Home Essentials Glycerol. Heath the water in a pot with the Cardamom pods and bring to the boil. Put the lid on and steep by turning the heat off and leaving to sit for 10 minutes. Strain the water into a jug and add the rest of the ingredients. Pour into a squeegee bottle. This mixture can get a bit gluggly so it is a good idea to shake this before you squeeze onto your shower puff.


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