Calm Yourself: DIY Refreshing Face Mist Recipe

Do you love face mists? We are head over heels (if you said “no”, we are totally judging you – kidding.)! Well, it’s hard not to be wooed by that bottle of refreshing and calming awesomeness, a touted beauty lifesaver, no less.
No wonder we run through them faster than chugging beer, bottoms up, and, we think, you concur. But you no longer have to run to the store and shell out the monies to refill because – wait for it – you can totally make your own! Here’s how to make your own bottle of pure goodness.

You need:

– Glass Mist Spray Bottle
– Distilled Water
– Aloe-Cucumber Mist

It’s cooling, soothing and all kinds of perfect – great for dry, sensitive or damaged skin.

Ingredients:

– Cucumber Seed Oil
– Aloe Vera Oil

How to:

Add 30 drops of cucumber seed oil and 4 tablespoons of aloe vera oil into 1/3 cup of distilled water, and shake well. It will separate, so shake well before every use. Simple!

Rose Water + Ylang ylang Mist

This one’s refreshing, moisturising and works anti-ageing magic. Also, if you are running low on sleep, the rose water hides puffiness and perks up your face. Does it get any better? You tell me!

Ingredients:

– Rose Water
– Vitamin E Oil
– Ylang ylang essential oil

How to:

Mix ½ cup of distilled water, ½ cup of rose water, 2 drops of ylang ylang oil and 4 drops of vitamin E. Shake it up!

Rose Water + Witch Hazel Mist

When these two greats combine, they give you clear skin. Oh, and they calm.

Ingredients:

– Witch Hazel
– Rose Water

How to:

3 tablespoons of rose water and witch hazel to 1/3 full bottle of distilled water. If you like it rosy, add more RW.

Orange & Lavender Mist

The aromatic combination of orange and lavender will literally transport you to misty heaven.

Ingredients:

– Orange Oil
– Lavender Oil

How to:

Fill 1/3 of the bottle with distilled water then add 30 drops of lavender and 10 drops of orange oil. Voila!

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