Make Rosewater at Home

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Today I am going to share with you an easy homemade rosewater recipe. As the name implies rosewater is made of roses. Rose is one of the most beautiful flowers with luscious scent and rosewater is a natural astringent.

I am a big fan of DIY and homemade and I’m always on the lookout for ways to make things at home. It gives me a feeling of accomplishing something and it also helps me maintain green, healthy and organic lifestyle.

There are many uses of rose water.

 

Cooking/Baking

You can use it in cooking/baking, baths. Check out this great recipe of rosewater cupcakes and Kheer/Rice Pudding recipe. Both of these recipes require rosewater.

Body and Bath

It is great toner for your skin. In Summers spray it on your face to keep your skin moisturized and fresh. For winters you can make a great hand and body lotion which can also serve as a natural facial cleanser. I have been using this lotion for several years now. Here is my tried and tested recipe for making this lotion.

Glycerin, Lemon and Rosewater Lotion

Pour it in water while taking a bath to be fresh and scented all day.

Now that I have told you many benefits and uses of rosewater, I am going to share with you an easy method to make your own rosewater at home.

You should choose home grown roses to make your rosewater for maximum benefits.

You will need;

  1. Rose Petals 2 handfuls
  2. Distilled Water 2 cups
  3. A Glass Jar
Method
  • Take fresh or dried rose petals and put them in a glass jar.
  • Cover it with boiling water.
  • Seal the jar with lid.
  • Let it set overnight.

See how easy it is! Now you can use it in your food and beauty recipes. 

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Comments

  1. How generous of you to share this wonderful recipe! I like your Rosewater recipe. I’ll definitely tell this to my wife. I’m sure she’ll be excited to try it. I’ll buy her a bunch of roses, so she’ll make a lot. BTW, what color would be the best? Should it be pink, or will any color do?

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  3. This looks like fun and easy. My grandmother used to have bottles of rosewater.

  4. Wow, this piece of writing is good, my sister is analyzing these kinds of things, thus I am going to tell her.

  5. Thanx for sharing this..

  6. I love the idea of using rosewater as a skin toner – how refreshing and revitalizing!

  7. I hope I can make my own too…Thanks for the shared thoughts here then…

  8. Cynthia says:

    I want to do this also sounds good for the skin..

  9. Armand says:

    My wife love the scent of the rose. She will truly love this. I’ll let her know about how to do this at home.

  10. So simple and so perfect!

  11. Pettina07 says:

    I love the ideas you have shared in this post…

  12. WendyLavigne says:

    I like to use this sounds good for the skin..Thanks for sharing this useful post to us..

  13. That sounds really nice. I think I’m going to do this tonight. Seem very relaxing.

  14. I love to use this its good for the skin..Thanks for sharing..

  15. What informative stuff! Keep up the superb posts!

  16. Just dropping in to show some love…I thought you had an awesomel post here. Keep up the good work!

  17. Thanks for sharing! I had no idea it was so easy to make rosewater. One of my favorite restaurants gives warm rosewaster soaked towels after the meal, and it’s such a luxury.

  18. Weena R. says:

    Wow. Thanks for sharing how to make rose water. Do you the positive effects to our body?

    Thanks for the steps in making it! Great job!

    -Weena

  19. I want to share this to my friends becuse this idea is awesome…

  20. Thanks for sharing this easy to do at home recipe for rosewater. You said that it worked as a good astringent. Do you think it would work for clearing up acne?

  21. Sabinna says:

    I have used it actually about a month ago and I feel really different from my bath before…

  22. Hello my friend! I wish to say that this article is awesome, nice written and come with approximately all important infos. I’d like to see more posts like this .

  23. Mickey says:

    This one is really nice to the skin thank you for sharing your brilliant idea..

  24. Stacy Hubb says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. I’ll definitely try making some rosewater at home following your instructions. Do you have more ideas on such stuffs?

    -Stacy

  25. :) Wow, that’s wonderful, so easy. And we’re spending so much on a bottle of rosewater and we don’t even know how good the stuff in the market is, whether it’s even real or just the artificial rose fragrance added to plain water. This we can trust to be real! :)

  26. Bhling says:

    I really need this post…Thanks for the idea here!

  27. This post is worth sharing with my girl friends. They would love to make rosewater with me. You are really kind to share this kind of beauty or health regimen. I’ll make this this coming weekend.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Anya Ty

  28. Janna says:

    I agree that this should be shared to my girl friends…Awesome idea!

  29. Charline says:

    I want to use this..Sound really good for the skin..Thanks a lot for sharing this to us..

  30. Patricia39 says:

    This is a good idea…Thanks for this one…

  31. Karylle says:

    Hi…I like rose and I agree that this is an awesome idea…

  32. Tisha says:

    This kind of idea is very useful specially those who had a sensitive skin..thank you for sharing this..

  33. I never realized that it was that easy to make rose water and I under stand why suggest that using water from your own garden. The fragrance is much stronger that the fancy roses from the store.

  34. Ashley says:

    You always share such new thing here. That’s why I love to read your blog continuously. Keep posting here. Great.

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  35. raenze says:

    The idea is a help especially this valentine’s season…

  36. I like DIY,I think it’s very environmental protection, very healthy a way of life, the Rosewater are also better to our skin.

  37. Jennicah says:

    I love the ideas here, actually…Thanks!

  38. MarryAnnh says:

    Love love love the ideas you have here for us…

  39. Lindset says:

    I love this ind of tips..i want to make in our house also sounds like good for the skin..

  40. The idea of making rose recipe is really an interesting thing.We all are very keen to see the presence of rose around us.It is also very helpful for our body as well as our health.

  41. Sounds amazing! This is the first I have heard of rosewater! I will definitely give it a try as a facial cleanser. I also love home remedies and diy. In fact I also just started using honey masks which are working great!

    • @Stacey, honey is amazing for skin. I have read so many benefits of it and also experienced its goodness. Maybe I’ll do some more research and write a post on it.
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