Revitalise skin with a refreshing blend of floral hydrosols, aloe vera and skin conditioning humectants.


  • 106g Water
  • 4g Glycerine
  • 20g Aloe Vera Concentrate
  • 20g Orange Floral Water
  • 20g Chamomile Hydrosol
  • 20g Rose Floral Water
  • 10g Manuka Honey Floral Water
  • 2g Preservative Eco


  1. In a container, measure out all your ingredients: water, glycerine, aloe vera, orange, chamomile, rose & manuka honey hydrosols, and preservative.
  2. Use a whisk to mix thoroughly to make sure everything is combined. Allow to stand until the bubbles subside to leave a crystal clear liquid
  3. Decant mixture into a spray or mist bottle - we are looking for a fine mist

This makes 200g of face mist, see the formula calculator to adjust amounts.

Facial Mist

Facial mists are so much more than just scented water! From instant hydration to oil-control and even setting makeup - they are one of the most versatile beauty products around.

Facial mists are water-based products that produce a fine mist when applied with a spray bottle or atomizer.

Primarily a form of hydration, mists also contain moisturising, anti-inflammatory and even skin renewal properties that instantly improve the look and feel of your skin.

What are hydrosols and floral waters?

Hydrosols are water-based plant extracts made through the steam or water distillation of herbs and flowers. Similar to essential oils, they retain many botanical properties of the plants they were made from including fragrance and many skin benefits.

What’s the difference between hydrosols and essential oils?

Hydrosols and floral waters are both derived from organic plants, and share many of the same properties. However, essential oils are far more potent and concentrated, whereas hydrosols are much milder and are water-soluble. Due to hydrosols being water-based they’re found in a variety of cosmetics and are also used as a replacement for “water” in skin and haircare products. Floral waters can also be applied to delicate or sensitive areas of skin, such as the eyes and face, as they’re less like to cause irritation than their stronger oil counterparts.

How to Apply Facial Mists

This mist can be applied liberally throughout the day, both under and on top of makeup, as a refresher spray or to soothe irritated and dry skin - it’s very forgiving! This recipe uses soothing chamomile, concentrated aloe vera, rose & manuka honey floral waters to instantly revitalise dry and dull skin.

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