Summer days are HOT! I don’t mind the heat but I still can feel a bit overheated when I spend too much time outside during the summer months. This Cooling DIY Face Mist is perfect for those hot summer days. The are only just 3 ingredients in this cooling face spray. This face mist spray is super simple to make and so refreshing too. The essential oils in this facial mist spray are soothing to the skin and also have a cooling effect that feels so good after coming in from the heat. Lightly spray on the face throughout the day or keep in the fridge and mist on your face after coming in from the heat. You will love this spa-like treat for your face!
Homemade Facial Mist Spray Tutorial
You will love the all natural ingredients in this quick spritz DIY cooling face mist recipe. This good facial mist gives your skin a great dewy glow and a boost of hydration.
Supplies/Ingredients Needed To Make Eucalyptus Face Mist For Summer:
- 2oz -4oz fine mist spray bottle
- distilled water
- Young Living Lavender essential oil
- Young Living Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil
Here a few DIY face mists variation ideas. Instead of distilled water, you can use rose water, witch hazel, or aloe vera juice depending on your skin type. All of those are good for your skin and have different healing properties. Aloe vera is healing and soothing for those with dry skin. Witch hazel is great if you tend to have oily skin. Rose water is safe for those with sensitive skin. In this way you can customize your facial sprays to suit your needs.
How To Make Cooling Face Spray for Summer:
Start by grabbing your supplies and head to the kitchen counter.
Add 15 drops of your Young Living Lavender essential oil and 10 drops of your Young Living Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil. These will add pleasant scents to your face sprays. They also have excellent antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Next, fill the rest of your bottle up with your distilled water. Screw the spray top back on and give a good shake! You’re ready to use your spray.
Make sure you close your eyes and mouth before lightly spraying your Face Mist Spray. This spray can also be applied to shoulders or neck for cooling those areas down. Please keep out of reach of children and monitor closely if you are letting them use the spray because essential oils can cause a burn sensation if they get into the eyes.
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial for this essential oil face mist. Do you think you might make this DIY face mist for yourself this summer? Give this refreshing face mist a try and come back to let us know what you think? This is a prefect spray to take on vacation or on a trip too especially if you are going some place warm. Try adding it to your skincare routine.
You may also enjoy these essential oil recipes for awesome DIY personal care products such as DIY face masks.
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