How to Make Rose Water at Home {Only 2 Ingredients}

How to Make Rose Water at Home

Learn how to make rose water at home with just 2 ingredients. Included are 5 ways to use homemade rose water, a shopping list, printable recipe card, and more.

With this rose water recipe you can make DIY Rose Water toner, fancy drinks and cocktails, even luxurious baths and hair tonics to fight dandruff and dry skin!

How to Make Rose Water at Home

In this article you will learn how to make rose water spray for your face or your hair. How to make rosewater aromatherapy for your oil diffusers, even how to make a softening rose water foot bath… and you can do all of this with just one batch of homemade rose water!

We use organic roses in this recipe for rose water, so that you can consume the rose petal water as well. This means you can add it to your infused water, and tea drinks. And even add to your cocktails (Strawberry Rose Martini anyone?!)

With just one batch of homemade rosewater you can do it all! Make face toners, hair treatments, foot baths, aromatherapy, and even cocktails…

How to Make Rose Water at Home

Natural rose water has lots of benefits! It’s great for moisture (spray on your face, scalp, hair, or bathe in it). Distilled rose water can help fight aging and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Edible rose water can even soothe sore throats, heal scars, and even soothe digestive problems! (1)

How to Make Rose Water at Home

In this article you will learn how rose water is made, and how to use rose water for beautiful skin and hair… and so much more!

What You’ll Find in this Article:

  • Rose Water Ingredients (shopping list!)
  • How to Make Rose Water at Home
  • 5 Rose Water Uses
  • Homemade Rose Water Recipe (recipe card!)

In the next section we will review the shopping list for homemade rosewater, then we will move onto the “how to guide” before we show you how to use it and supply you with a printable recipe card.

With just one batch of homemade natural rose water you can have a full home spa day! We will show you how to enjoy this recipe to it’s fullest, and give you a few ideas for gifting this rose water natural recipe.

Up next, a shopping list for rosewater ingredients…

Rose Water Ingredients

Because we are making an all natural edible rose water, we need to use organic roses in this rose water recipe. You can find them at farmer’s markets, online, at Whole Foods and often at your local grocery store… Look for edible flowers, you don’t want to end up spraying your face or ingesting pesticides!

Next, you will want distilled water. You can pick up distilled water at your local grocery store, or online. We have included a link below so you can get a “visual” of what you will want to buy for rose water ingredients.

How to Make Rose Water at Home

We will make a big batch of this DIY Rosewater spray/bath/drink so that you can store it for later uses. And if you are making this for friends as well, you can double or triple the recipe (the printable recipe card will do the measurement math for you!) as it holds for a long time and can be made into ice cubes to last even longer.

Shopping List for Homemade Rose Water:

Pink roses are preferred as they will give a light pink coloring to the natural rose water. But you can use any color you want! Red can be fun, as is purple. Yellow and orange may leave an off-putting color, but if that’s all you can find, they will work as well.

Now that you know what is rose water made of, the next section will supply you with the rose water how to make section. Making homemade rose water is more intensive than just adding rose petals in water, but we’ve kept it simple and easy.

Up next, learn how to make rose water at home…

How to Make Rosewater At Home

Distilling rose water is surprising easy, and can be a fun activity as well. I like to make a big batch and move it to spray bottles and gift the homemade rosewater toner (see below for proper measurements) to friends and family.

Once you know how to make your own rosewater, you’ll never want to purchase it again!

How to Make Rose Water at Home

Here you will learn how to make rosewater easily. You can turn this into face or hair toner, add it to your bath or cocktails… There are so many ways to use homemade rose water!

How to Make Homemade Rosewater:

  1. Remove rose petals from stems and run them under warm water to clean.
  2. Add rose petals and distilled water to a large pot.
  3. Bring to a simmer over medium-low heat, and cover.
  4. Simmer for 20-30 minutes or until petals have lost their color and are a pale pink (or whatever color you purchased).
  5. Strain the mixture to separate the petals from the water.
  6. Discard petals and place water in a glass jar to store.

Once you’ve boiled rose petals, you can use the rose water to make many different beauty products and even use it in edible recipes!

We’ve suppled you with 5 recipes in the next section so you can make rose water toner for face and hair, enjoy a rose water bath, and so much more…

Up next, learn how to make rose water toner, hair tonic, drinks, baths, even rose water aromatherapy!

Rose Water Uses

Rose water has powerful antioxidants, making it great for health and beauty! (2)

I like to make a rose water toner DIY recipe so I can spray my face with the homemade rose water after washing. It makes a wonderful hydrating toner… But you don’t want to use pure rose water to make rose water toner. Below we will show you how to dilute it into several beauty and drink recipes.

How to Make Rose Water at Home

Here you will find the directions for rose water spray DIY. You can also find all these directions in the recipe card below, combined with the “how to” guide, and measurements for homemade rose water recipes.

5 Uses for Rosewater:

Rose Water Toner:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of rose water to a spray bottle, fill with distilled water. Cover and Shake.

Rose Water Infused Drinks:

  • Add 1 teaspoon of rose water per 1/2 cup of liquid (water, tea, alcoholic beverages). Taste and add more 1 teaspoon at a time until you reach your desired flavor.

Rose Water Hair Tonic:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of rose water to a mister, dill with distilled water. Cover and shake. Spray on scalp (to relieve dryness) on hair (to add moisture and scent).

Rose Water Aromatherapy:

  • Add rose water in place of water to your oil diffusers.

Rose Water Bath:

  • Add 1/2 cup of rose water to a bath, or 2 tablespoons to a foot bath to increase moisture and scent.

Adding rose water to your tea can help soothe a sore throat. Spraying the toner on your face and hair can boost moisture. You can even use rose water on cuts and scrapes to help avoid scarring! (3)

In the next section you will find the sharable recipe card for how to make rose water at home. There you will find all the directions above, measurements and more.

Up next, a recipe card for DIY Rose Water…

Homemade Rose Water Recipe

Making rose water at home is easy and fun! You can make DIY Rose Water toner, add it to drinks and more.

This 2 ingredient homemade rose water recipe makes edible rose water that you can use in many different ways. We’ve included 5 recipes to use this DIY Rose Water in beauty, drinks, even aromatherapy in the recipe card below…

How to Make Rose Water at Home

How to Make Rose Water at Home {2 Ingredients}

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Making homemade rose water is easy and fun! This edible rose water recipe can be used in recipes, or as part of your beauty routine.
You'll learn how to make rose water at home with this 2 ingredient DIY Rose Water toner recipe. This rose petal water makes great gifts as well, add to spray bottles and give away to all your friends and family.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Cooling time: 2 hrs
Total Time 2 hrs 35 mins
Course beauty products, Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1 liter
Calories 0 kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Remove rose petals from stems and run them under warm water to clean.
  • Add rose petals and distilled water to a large pot.
  • Bring to a simmer over medium-low heat, and cover.
  • Simmer for 20-30 minutes or until petals have lost their color and are a pale pink (or whatever color you purchased).
  • Strain the mixture to separate the petals from the water.
  • Discard petals and place water in a glass jar to store.

Rose Water Toner:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of rose water to a spray bottle, fill with distilled water. Cover and Shake.

Rose Water Infused Drinks:

  • Add 1 teaspoon of rose water per 1/2 cup of liquid (water, tea, alcoholic beverages). Taste and add more 1 teaspoon at a time until you reach your desired flavor.

Rose Water Hair Tonic:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of rose water to a mister, dill with distilled water. Cover and shake. Spray on scalp (to relieve dryness) on hair (to add moisture and scent).

Rose Water Aromatherapy:

  • Add rose water in place of water to your oil diffusers.

Rose Water Bath:

  • Add 1/2 cup of rose water to a bath, or 2 tablespoons to a foot bath to increase moisture and scent.

Nutrition

Serving: 1literCalories: 0kcalCarbohydrates: 0gProtein: 0gFat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgPotassium: 0mgFiber: 0gSugar: 0gCalcium: 0mgIron: 0mg
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