Sophie Uliano's DIY Hydrating Skin Mists Hydrating Rose Facial Mist

Hydrating Rose Facial Mist


• 2-ounce sprayer bottle (Amazon or Whole Foods) you may also have one at home that you can re-use • 1 Cup dried rose petals • Glass Jug • 1 tsp vegetable glycerin
You can either buy your rosewater from Whole Foods or make it as follows:


  1. Place 1 cup of dried rose petals in a glass jug. Cover with boiling water and steep for 2 hours. Strain through a fine sieve.
  2. Fill your sprayer ¾ full with rose water and add 1 tsp vegetable glycerin.
  3. Chill in the fridge (will store for up to 1 month in fridge).

Lavender Hydrating Mist

• Aloe Vera Juice • 1 tsp. apple cider vinegar • 2 sprigs of lavendar
  1. Fill your sprayer ¾ full with aloe vera juice. Add 1tsp apple cider vinegar. Add 2 sprigs of lavender.

Cucumber and Aloe Hydrating Mist

• Tea Bag • Aloe Vera Juica • Cucumber
  1. Steep a green tea bag for 5 minutes.
  2. Fill the sprayer up with equal parts of green tea and aloe vera juice. Cut a 3 inch length of cucumber and cut into long matchsticks. Place 2 or 3 of these into the bottle.
  3. Chill. Will store for up to 1 week in fridge.

Benefits Of Each Ingredient:
• Aloe - Cooling And Hydrating
• Green Tea - Neutralizes Skin • Cucumber - Anti-Inflammatory

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