DIY Refreshing Rose Water Foaming Body Wash

DIY Refreshing Rose Water Foaming Body Wash

Romans used to add rose petals to their bath to perfume the water. Have you ever sprinkled rose petals into your bath? It seems romantic, like something you may see in the movies but maybe a little messy in real life.

Instead of rose petals, try rose water. Rose water comes from distilled rose petals and carries with it the sweet floral aroma. In this foaming body wash recipe we are using rose water.

Foaming body wash is such a great way to clean your skin in the shower or bath. Add in the lovely scent of rose water and oh yeah, it is fabulous.

Rose water offers the skin so many benefits. It has astringent and emollient properties that help create toned skin that is well hydrated. This floral water is suitable for all skin types. Read more about rose water uses and benefits.

Use rose essential oil or rose absolute to add in a stronger rose aroma. The rose scent is calming and emotionally balancing. It offers balance and serenity to mind, body, and spirit.

 

Rose Water Body Wash Recipe

Directions

Step 1: Add castile soap to foaming bottle

Step 2: Add vitamin E oil

Step 3: Add in rose absolute

Step 4: Stir together with a glass stir rod

Step 5: Fill bottle with rose water

Step 6: Be sure to leave space at top for foaming pump. Place top on and shake gently.

All done! The foaming bottle lets out luxurious foam soap that is not only wonderful to use, but also cost effective because it produces lots of soap from 1/2 tablespoon of castile soap.

I like the mini foaming bottles because they are easy to handle in the shower and it lasts about 1-2 weeks so I can always keep my foaming body wash fresh. Place the bottle in the shower or take this mini foaming bottle with you when traveling.

Get the Ingredients:

Here are the ingredients we used in this recipe, click on  picture to learn more.

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