Spray the Stress Away: Three Great DIY Beauty Mist Recipes

Expensive hydrating misters are on the rise as a major trendy beauty buy lately, but so many of them can be made with just a few simple ingredients! Natural ingredients can be an easy fix for dull, dehydrated skin and hair and can quickly help brighten up your mood. Check out our round-up of easy DIY recipes below!

 

Start with the basics:

You’ll need a small sterilized glass spray bottle— 2 or 4 oz is a great size to carry around. Some good bases to use include distilled water, witch hazel, rose water, aloe water, and coconut water. Coconut and aloe water-based mists should only last up to two weeks and should be refrigerated to prevent bacteria growth.

 

Calming floral facial mist:

1.5 oz rose water

5 drops jojoba oil

2 drops lavender essential oil

 

Clarifying facial mist:

1.5 oz witch hazel

3 drops lavender essential oil

2 drop tea tree oil

 

Fragrant sea salt texturizing spray:

1 oz distilled water

0.5 oz argan oil

1 tbsp sea salt

8 drops sweet orange essential oil

2 drops ylang-ylang essential oil