How to Make DIY Rose Oil for Your Face in Just 3 Simple Steps

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$8
2 Weeks
Easy

Today, I will be teaching you how to make DIY rose oil for your face. This rose oil recipe is super simple and user-friendly! Rose oil has many health and cosmetic benefits. It can be used to clear up face acne, eczema, or just overall dry skin.


You can make this rose face oil for yourself or make a batch to create gifts for friends and family. Let’s get into it!

Tools and materials: 

  • Rose petals 
  • Mini funnels 
  • 50ml glass dropper bottles (1.7 fluid ounces)
  • Tea tree oil
  • Rosehip oil
  • Jojoba oil
  • Grapeseed oil
  • Sweet almond oil
Prepping bottles by adding rose petals

1. Prep your bottles 

Place your rose petals into each bottle that you are making. Feel free to make as many or as few bottles as you would like. 

Adding the oils to the bottles

2. Combine the oils

Using the small funnels, pour in the oils in the following measurements:

  • 25ml sweet almond oil (⅘ fluid ounce)
  • 10ml grapeseed oil (⅓ fluid ounce)
  • 7.5ml rosehip oil (¼ fluid ounce)
  • 7.5ml jojoba oil (¼ fluid ounce)
  • 5 drops of tea tree oil


I like to just eyeball my measurements as I know roughly how much I working with and the proportions. It doesn't have to be exact.


Make sure to leave a gap at the top of the bottle so that there is enough space for the pipette to go in and for the oils to combine when you shake the bottle. 

How to make rose oil at home

3. Seal and shake

Screw on the dropper and shake to combine the oils. Let the oils infuse for two weeks before using. 


DIY rose face oil tutorial

Voilà! Homemade rose-infused face oil! This DIY is extremely straightforward and no-fail. You can use rose oil on your face, body, or hands. Sit back and let the rose-infused oil work its magic. I like to make multiple bottles and give them to friends and family as gifts.


Let me know in the comments below if this rose-infused face oil works for you! 

Suggested materials:

  • Rose petals
  • Mini funnels
  • 50ml glass dropper bottles (1.7 fluid ounces)
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