3 DIY Facial Spray Mists That Will Cool You Down

When summer is in full swing, the heat can start to make you uncomfortable. If your face is hot and sweaty, a great trick is to have a bottle of DIY facial spray in the refrigerator.

Whip it out and give yourself a little mist. The relief is instant and when you’ve made it with your favorite natural ingredients, it will smell great too.

Regular water is OK to use as a face spray if you don’t have any makeup on. But it isn’t nearly as refreshing as a mix with some extra soothing ingredients.

A homemade facial spray, with natural ingredients is the way to go. You can use a fine mist spray bottle, add your favorite combination and it’s done.

It’s also a good idea to have a couple of different recipes made up. That way you can take one with you when you’re out and about.

Before we get onto the recipes, let’s take a quick look at how to make a DIY face spray.



How To Make A DIY Face Spray

Making a homemade face spray only requires 3 things and it is likely you already have them on hand.  Here is what you need.

1. Fine mist spray bottle

You can recycle old bottles or buy them brand new. Spray bottles can come in a variety of materials and colors.  These are a few options:

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If you do use an old bottle, make sure to clean it thoroughly and dry it well before using.


2. Distilled or purified water

Don’t use regular tap water. It is important to use either distilled or purified water. Water can be purified through boiling or by using a water purifier.


3. Active ingredients

There are so many options here, depending on the recipe. Choose the best quality you can afford and feel free to experiment. Each ingredient offers different properties so choose what is most appropriate for your needs.

Herbal tea for face spraySome to choose from are green tea, dried herbs, aloe vera, witch hazel, floral waters/hydrosols, essential oils, glycerin, herbal tinctures and herbal oils.

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