DIY Rose Oil
Hey guys, I’m back with another great beauty DIY! This DIY Rose Oil can be made in an afternoon and can be added to your beauty regimen. There are many benefits of rose oil which I will get into more below! If you guys have been following me for awhile, you know how much I love making my own stuff! I am an extreme couponer so it did take me some time to rationalize spending money to buy all the supplies, when using coupons I could get these products almost free! After awhile I decided to take the plunge and purchase the supplies I needed to make my own beauty products for a variety of reasons.
A. I only buy 4 Sunday papers at a time, sometimes 4 papers don’t cut it to stock up for 6 months worth of supplies! 4 Sunday papers only equal 4 coupons for a particular product, that I would wind up paying full price at times for items I would pay next to nothing for.
B. The products I was buying are loaded with harmful chemicals that I was putting on my body, potentially doing long term damage to my body, which will cost more in the long run with medical expenses.
C. It’s just so much for fun to make your own products! You get to be in charge of what goes into your body. I have so much fun concocting different beauty recipes to try out! The best part is you don’t have to experiment because I already did the experimenting for you!
I love using this on my hair, take very little oil and rub it onto the ends of your oil. I use this in place of moroccan oil. You can mix this with your facial moisturizer for extra moisturization, you can dab this onto pimples (there is no need to use a carrier oil for this part because we are making it with a carrier oil). You can even use this to help with eczema and rosacea.
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This recipe is enough for a 10 mL glass bottle.
In a double boiler, boil 2 cups of water. I do use the method you see below because it’s so much easier to do it this way! Plus, I always have mason jars on hand! Add the rose petals in the top bowl or pot you use. Boil the water and let it boil for about 15 mins, the heat will soften the rose petals.
Take the mason jar out of the pan and pour the sweet almond oil over the rose petals. Cover the jar with the lid tightly and let that sit sealed in a cool, dark place. You want this to sit anywhere from 1 day to 7 days, the longer, the better!
Strain the oil mixture into an empty glass jar, I use a tea strainer for this part. If you have an empty morrocan or argan oil jar, you can store in that, just make sure you wash it out well and let that fully dry before pouring the rose oil in. I used these glass amber jars to store my oil.
This Rose Oil will be available for purchase soon and they will all be made with essential oils! Once I have the shop set up I will link it back here. There will also be lip balms, lotion bars, lotion bar sticks, rollerball essential oil relief products and many more all natural, organic, homemade beauty products available for purchase!
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