This DIY rose water taps into a desire for natural skin care and crafting culture. From food to beauty, there are lots of other applications for roses outside of the garden. This example from the Free People blog will result in moisturized skin. The rose moisturizing spray is beneficial in a number of ways, including balanced pH levels and reduced inflammation.
The homemade cosmetic actually uses a store-bought rose water, but suggests other materials to combine it with in order to improve the look and feel of skin. The DIY rose water spray calls for an organic and pure rose water such as the one available from Heritage Store, vegetable glycerin and sweet almond oil. You can also substite jojoba oil or add other essential oils.