DIY Lavender Water

Last Updated on May 1, 2021 by Ellen Christian

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This DIY lavender water is a simple way to make homemade lavender water to apply to your skin. Try my lavender floral water DIY today.

Lavender is one of my favorite pampering scents to use in my self-care routine. Have you tried my French Lavender Soap DIY yet?

Or, these Earl Grey and Lavender Bath Bombs are a wonderful way addition to any relaxing bath time.

This DIY lavender water is a simple way to make homemade lavender water to apply to your skin. Try my lavender floral water DIY today.

DIY Lavender Water

This DIY lavender water toner is a simple floral water you can use to soothe and freshen your skin. If you’ve never used lavender water for face care, I really hope that you’ll try it.

It can be both cooling and soothing to use floral water to rinse your face. And, there are many ways that lavender can be beneficial to your skin. 

What is lavender water good for?

Just like rose water, lavender water can help improve your mood. Many people use lavender to help them sleep, manage anxiety, improve depression, and overall wellness.

But, it can also benefit your skin by improving hydration, improving texture, and helping to reduce skin breakouts.

supplies to make floral water

Is lavender water a toner?

When many people hear the word toner, they think of something that includes witch hazel or alcohol. And, while they can certainly be used in facial toners, they are often very drying.

This DIY lavender water is a toner that relies on the properties of the lavender buds and leaves. It’s cleansing and soothing and makes a wonderful option for people with sensitive skin.

Is lavender water good for acne?

Yes, lavender is very beneficial for those with acne and blemishes. It helps to clear the bacteria from your skin which can help improve breakouts. 

lavender flowers in water

How do you make lavender toner?

All you really need to do is to boil water and allow the lavender flowers and leaves to seep in the water to release the floral properties. Then, you will strain the water and allow it to cool.

How should I store this?

If you won’t be using all of this at one time, be sure to store it in the refrigerator. There are no preservatives in this DIY lavender water so you need to keep it cold to prevent bacteria from forming.

You can store this in a glass jar with a lid and just pour a bit into your hands to splash on your face. Or, if you prefer, you can pour it into a small spray bottle and spritz it on instead. 

a small metal pot and a jar on an embroidered cloth

What do I need to make this project?

  • Glass or plastic jar
  • Small metal bowl
  • Fresh lavender buds with leaves
  • Metal strainer or cheesecloth
  • A plastic lavender sprig for decoration (optional)

This DIY lavender water is a simple way to make homemade lavender water to apply to your skin. Try my lavender floral water DIY today.

Is lavender or rose petal better for skin?

Lavender is wonderful for acne-prone skin and rose is better for dry skin. You need to choose the one that will most benefit your skin type.

This DIY lavender water works well for people with blemishes or sensitive skin.

Why not learn how to make rose perfume?

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DIY Lavender Water

This DIY lavender water is a simple way to make homemade lavender water to apply to your skin. Try my lavender floral water DIY today.

This DIY lavender water is a simple way to make homemade lavender water to apply to your skin. Try my lavender floral water DIY today.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost 5

Materials

  • 2 cups of water
  • 6-7 sprigs of dried lavender flowers
  • Clean jar or bottle

Tools

  • stove

Instructions

  1. Make lavender tea by boiling the water and pouring it over the lavender flowers.
  2. Wait while the lavender is brewing.
  3. Allow it to cool completely.
  4. Stain it and put it in the bottle.

Did you make this project?

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