Welcome to A Modern Girl Recommends and for today I’m highlighting a DIY that’s easy to make, saves you some green, smells great and is great for the skin but what might it be? Well, we will skip that because I know you all have read the title I am sharing my recipe for my Jasmine Rose Facial Mist DIY and if this sparks your interest let’s talk and get things started on all the deets.
What you’ll need
Spray Mist Bottle
In a saucepan, add 1 1/2 cups of distilled water and heat on medium until the water has come to a boil, then turn off the stove top and add Jasmine green tea either in the form of 2 tea bags or 2 tablespoons of loose leaf tea and allow the tea to steep for 10-15 minutes.
After the tea is fully steeped, remove any loose tea or tea bags from the saucepan and add 1 to 2 tablespoons of dried rose petals.
Add to the tea mixture one to two tablespoons of Witch Hazel and 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil and give it a stir.
Transfer the Jasmine Rose mixture into a spray bottle and give it a quick shake to fully combine all of the ingredients before refrigerating and that’s it.
Tips, tricks & extras
- You can switch things up a bit and customize your facial mist to make it your own special blend.
- You can substitute lavender essential oil for rose essential oil or you can get creative and mix and match different essential oils to fit your skin care needs.
- Grapefruit, lemon or orange peels can be added instead of roses for a more energizing facial mist.
- Make sure the tea is fully cooled before transferring into any bottle and using.
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