Rose petals are so versatile, they can be used in, bath bombs, pillow mix, potpourri, sachet bags, bath blends. No leaves only petals.
Botanical Name: Rosa damascena
Typical Use: Potpourri bath tea and bath bombs. Uses are very numerous and can be administered as a tea, poultice, bath herb, pillow mix, body spray, etc
We recommend grinding them to a powder when used in cp, hp or melt & pour soap
Rosewater is essentially rose-scented water. As I’ve already mentioned, the uses are wide and varied. Right now we’re going to learn how to make our own rosewater toner by making a rosewater tincture.
What You’ll Need
How To Do It
Heat about 5 cups of water to boiling. (You’re not going to need all this water.) In the meantime, place the rose petals in the quart jar, making sure to use only the petals and not the leaves or any part of the stem. Fill the quart jar halfway up with petals (or as full as you want it!). When your water is hot, pour water over the rose petals filling the jar all the way up. If you’re using any of the optional ingredients, add one to two tablespoons before pouring the water in.
To make this toner even more incredible, you can add many herbs that will be infused into the water. Many, MANY herbs are great for your skin, so do a little research and see if YOU have anything beautifying growing in your backyard!