How To Make Rose Water At Home | Homemade Rose Water Photo Tutorial

How To Make Rose Water At Home | Homemade Rose Water Photo Tutorial

I’ll be honest, the only rose water which I have ever used is from Dabur. (Back in the School days!) And that also did not suit my skin very well. So last month after learning about so many benefits of rose water, I really wanted to include it in my skincare routine. But the rose water available in the market is filled with chemicals and preservatives. Plus the one which says that is ‘pure’ or ‘100% natural’ was out of my budget! Especially thinking about using it on an everyday lifetime basis! So I started using my own homemade rose water at just Rs.20! And today I’ll share with you how easily you can make rose water at home! 

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How To Make Rose Water At Home

If you have a rose plant which has many roses then you can use these roses to prepare rose water. It is advised to use Indian roses. But I did not have a rose plant so I used the rose petals which I can easily get from a flower shop.

Steps to your own DIY rosewater spray –

Separate the rose petals from entire roses. At this step, you can keep those petals aside which look too dirty or colorless. After that, clean the rose petals by soaking them in water. Gently drown them in the water to clean all the dirt. (By the way, we are on my kitchen island right now!) I remember, after opening the polythene bag containing rose petals, and through this entire process, the fragrance of roses had spread in entire kitchen! (Yea, I kinda started feeling romantic! ) Ahem, let’s move forward!

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Judging by the quantity of the rose water pour some distilled water in a utensil and bring it to boil. I had a lot of rose petals! Because I wanted to make rose water for everyone at home and also wanted to use it in my DIYs! So use water depending on the quantity of the rose petals you have.

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Once the water is boiled, turn off the stove and transfer all the rose petals into the utensil. Make sure that your hands are clean! You will also require pressing the rose petals gently so that all the petals get nicely soaked into the hot water. You can use a flat spoon to gently press the petals.

Then cover the utensil and let it stay overnight. The next morning when you uncover the utensil you will notice that the rose petals have turned pale. And there you have your pure and fresh rose water for all kinds of beauty usage!

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Next, all you need to do is – with the help of a spoon push the petals aside to pour the rose water into a clean bottle. I have transferred my rose water into tiny Bisleri bottles! And some of it I poured into my clean empty spray bottle. This freshly prepared rose water looks deep red in color and its fragrance is intoxicating! I love the fragrance of natural roses! What about you?

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How To Use Rose Water Spray

  • I use it on a daily basis as a toner. It feels very refreshing and cool on the skin! And people from all skin types and age groups can use it without giving a second!
  • I use it on both my face and body. I have been using it as a body mist after a bath. I even spray it on my underarms, to cut down on any mild odor.
  • I have also begun using it in my DIYs.
  • And sometimes I spray it on me when I want to dive into natural roses fragrance! (Of course, it’s not long lasting! But it instantly refreshes my mood!)

How To Preserve Homemade Rose Water

I suggest you create rose water in small batches depending upon your requirement. Store it in your refrigerator and try to finish it within 15-20 days. You can take it out on travels too but make sure that it doesn’t stay out for more than 4-5 hours. Since there are no preservatives added it is likely to degrade faster if not stored properly. Now that doesn’t mean that you start worrying right before every use! Just store it in the fridge and use it cool-cool!

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 Enjoyed this article on ‘How To Make Rose Water At Home, Homemade Rose Water Photo Tutorial’? Which rose water are you using currently?

So, are you going to make your own rose water after learning how to make rose water at home? Pour your thoughts below!

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28 thoughts on “How To Make Rose Water At Home | Homemade Rose Water Photo Tutorial

  1. Sharon Wu says:

    oooo rose water sounds and looks so fancy. i love the idea of using this as a toner! an all natural one too 🙂 that’s the best!

  2. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    This is awesome! I will make this too. I had no idea it was this easy to make rose water. Maybe I will try it with other sweet smelling blooms too. My mother has an ylang ylang tree and its blossoms are so fragrant!

  3. Erin Knight says:

    I have never known rose water is so easy to make and that it is good for our skin. I believe take a bubble bath with rose water and roses would be a good boost for our skin health too.

  4. artchee says:

    I only see water with rose petals in spas. I don’t think I know anyone at the moment that uses rose water as part of their skin care routine. :0)

  5. Sara | mshealthesteem.com says:

    Oh this is so awesome and informative! And you really simplified everything. I’m excited to make my rose water! Thank you! ♡

  6. Becca Wilson says:

    I have always seen rose water and all of it’s benefits. I love that I am able to make it like this at my own home.

  7. Subhashish Roy says:

    It’s so simple to do it yourself at home. And without any pollutants and chemicals. Thanks for sharing with us.

  8. David Elliott says:

    That’s so cool. I wouldn’t have thought to make it at home. I think my daughter and I would have a fun time making this, and my daughter would love to have it I’m sure. And we have some great roses at our house.

  9. Melissa Ann says:

    Ooh, I have to try making this. I love rosewater, but believe it or not, the thought of making it at home has never crossed my mind. It looks a lot easier than I would have thought.

  10. Tiffany says:

    This article is perfect timing for me. I received roses this past weekend and now I won’t have to just throw them out when they die. This is a perfect way to reuse them before they go bad. Thanks!

  11. Stephanie says:

    I never knew it was so easy to make at home! We have rose bushes in the backyard, so this would be completely free for me! I’ll have to make some soon.

  12. Nikki Hall says:

    Oh wow this is a great tutorial!! I love using rose water based toners so this is such an easy way to make my own!!

  13. Natural Beauty And Makeup says:

    I love rose water but never thought of making it at home! I will try this DIY soon ☺ Thanks for sharing dear!

  14. Sana says:

    I think buying distilled water and DIYing is the best option. I tried to create distilled water placing ice on the back of lid of the pan and in the end it was all great mess!

  15. Archana says:

    Very nice and helpful photo tutorial. I used to make rose water at home before. And its 10 times more effective than the store-bought ones, no matter how much they claim to be pure!

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