Rose Face Mask
Homemade Face Mask Recipes

Who doesn't want to try a heavenly smelling rose face mask? Roses are known for their smell yes, but read on and you will find many more reasons to use rose products in your natural skin care routine

And everyone, and that includes you, can enjoy a relaxing and satisfying natural spa experience right there in your own home with these rose face masks. It's all made clear; these facial mask recipes are as simple as ABC, affordable or downright cheap and you probably have the ingredients already somewhere in your kitchen cabinets




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Why a rose face mask; what are the benefits of roses for me…or my skin?

First of all everyone of course knows the wonderful smell roses give to any skin care recipe, at a spa, to homemade products or store bought. Roses simply make it all smell so delicious

But there's so much more. Rose or rose oil can make your skin look younger because of its toning effect; it will leave your skin soothe, soft and supple and takes care of an even colored complexion. Besides all this it is also has antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties

Because of its gentle nature, rose water is also a helpful ingredient in all natural skin care recipes when you have sensitive skin


If you want to find out more about rose petals, rose water or rose oil as an active ingredient in do-it-yourself facial masks visit our homemade facial mask basics page by clicking on the link. There you can also find out more about many other possible ingredients and ways to combine them into your own signature facial mask recipe



Some useful tips

Before applying any facial mask clean your face and neck with fresh water. Take off all cosmetics, creams, lotions, in short: everything. Use a non abrasive, non aggressive soap if necessary. When finished, pat your skin dry

Even better is to take a hot shower or a steam bath to clean and open up your pores. For some useful steam bath suggestions & tips check our steam bath page

When you have applied the rose face mask of choice make sure you take your time to lie down, place a towel under your head and neck. Put 2 cucumber slices on your eyes; or use 2 used and cooled down chamomile teabags (our personal favorite!) or 2 cotton pads soaked in rose or lavender water


To make your face mask experience even more satisfying we suggest you check our quick facial tips page. These will smooth things out just a little bit more





Homemade face mask recipes
Rose face mask recipes

We got some some fragrant fresh rose face masks gathered here for you. These should keep you occupied and fresh for a while;-)

Enjoy making and applying these homemade face mask recipes all by yourself or with friends

It's now official home spa pampering time! Gather the ingredients, invite some friends over, turn off your phone, turn on your favorite music, pour that drink you love, shift your mind to the good things in life, put on a smile and most importantly:


Think positive, happy thoughts and relax...

this is actually half the secret of these recipes!




Enjoy and have FUN!



Homemade face mask recipes

Basic Honey Rose face mask


Don't be fooled by the simplicity of this basic rose mask, it is a serious treat to your skin. The mask cleans, soothes, smooths, moisturizes and tones…for the price of 2 ingredients


What do you need:

  • 6-8 Rose petals
  • 2 tablespoons Rose water
  • 1/2 teaspoon Rose essential oil
  • 3 tablespoons organic Honey


How to do it:

Soak the rose petals in the rose water for about 3 hours. Then mash the petals in the rosewater with a spoon. Mix the honey, rose petals/water and rose oil until you have a smooth substance

Let it cool down in the fridge for about 20 minutes

Spread and massage the paste gently and equally with your fingertips on your clean face and neck; keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask on for 15 minutes

Then wash it off with lukewarm water and end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside





Homemade face mask recipes

Milk Coconut Rose face mask


This fresh face mask is very helpful on dry skin. It will heal, repair and moisturize


What do you need:

  • 4 tablespoons whole Milk
  • 1 teaspoon Rose essential oil
  • 4 Rose petals
  • 2 teaspoons Coconut oil
  • 2 teaspoons extra virgine Olive oil


How to do it:

Crush and mash the rose petals, mix these with the rest of the ingredients until you have a smooth paste

Spread and massage the paste gently and equally with your fingertips on your clean face and neck; keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask on for 15 minutes

Then wash it off with lukewarm water, end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside


Tip: For more dry skin facial masks, visit our face masks for dry skin page

Tip 2: If you're looking for a treatment against dry skin, take a look at our home remedies for dry skin page





Homemade face mask recipes

Almond, Honey Rose face mask


Small variation on the basic rose face mask, the almond oil will boost the moisturizing effect of this mask


What do you need:

  • 6-8 Rose petals
  • 2 tablespoons Rose water
  • 1/2 teaspoon Rose essential oil
  • 2 tablespoons organic Honey
  • 3 drops Almond oil


How to do it:

Prepare the rose petals as in the basic rose face mask recipe above. Mix the honey, almond, rose oil and rose petals/water until you have a smooth substance

Let it cool down in the fridge for about 20 minutes

Spread and massage the paste gently and equally with your fingertips on your clean face and neck; keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask on for 15 minutes

Then wash it off with lukewarm water and end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside


Tip: For a silky smooth skin try one of our honey facial masks





Homemade face mask recipes

Yogurt, Honey Rose face mask


A soothing, nourishing and moisturizing rose face mask


What do you need:

  • 6-8 Rose petals
  • 2 tablespoons Rose water
  • 1 tablespoon Plain unflavored Yogurt, with active cultures
  • 1 tablespoon organic Honey


How to do it:

Prepare the rose petals as in the basic rose face mask on top. Warm up the honey until it becomes runny (not too hot!) by putting it in a small glass or metal bowl which is immersed in hot water (or a few seconds in the microwave.) Mix the crushed petals and rose water with the yogurt and honey until you have a smooth substance

Spread the paste gently and equally with a facial mask brush or spatula on your clean face and neck; keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask on for 10-15 minutes

Then wash it off with warm water and end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside


Tip: You can't beat nature. Check our face moisturizer recipes





Homemade face mask recipes

Clay, Aloe vera Rose face mask

(For oily skin)


Besides aloe vera which hydrates your skin, this rose face mask also contains french green clay. This clay is very efficient at drawing oils, dirt and toxins from your skin. It invigorates, improves blood circulation, tightens your pores, is rich in minerals and nutrients and basically restores the skin back to its natural balance. French green clay is often used as therapeutic clay

If you want to know more about clay and facial clay masks, click on the link and take a look around on our clay facial mask pages


What do you need:

  • 1 tablespoon Rosewater
  • 2 drops 100% Rose essential oil
  • 1 tablespoon French Green Clay
  • 1,5 tablespoon Aloe Vera gel


How to do it:

Mix the french clay and the rosewater in a wooden, pottery or glassmixing bowl (not a metal one). Slowly add the aloe vera and rose oil until you have a smooth paste. leave it for a few minutes so the clay can absorb the moisture

Spread the paste gently and equally with a facial mask brush or spatula on your clean face and neck: keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask to dry for 15 minutes

Then wash it off with warm water and a hot wash cloth end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside


Tip: Use clay masks only 1 time a week

Tip 2: We do not recommend this clay for dry or sensitive skin it will irritate or dry your skin out even more





Homemade face mask recipes

Cucumber, Glycerin Rose face mask


A rose face mask that tones your skin


What do you need:

  • 1 cucumber
  • 5 tablespoons Rose water
  • 1 tablespoon Glycerin


How to do it:

Mash the cucumber in a food processor, add the rose water and glycerin and mix well. Strain this mixture and put it in the fridge for about 30 minutes

Spread the paste gently and equally with a facial mask brush or spatula on your clean face and neck: keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask to dry for 15 minutes

Then wash it off with alternately cold and warm water and end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside


Tip: Looking for more toners, check our homemade facial toners





Homemade face mask recipes

Mint, Egg white, Cornmeal Rose face mask


A wildly fresh rose face mask


What do you need:

  • Rose water
  • 10 fresh Rose petals
  • 8-10 mint leaves
  • 1 Egg white
  • 1 tablespoon Cornmeal


How to do it:

Make a fine paste of mint leaves and rose petals. Add the rose water, cornmeal and egg white, mix this well until you have a smooth and sticky paste

Smooth the paste gently and equally with your fingertips on your clean face and neck: keep the eye area clear

Now lie down, relax and leave the mask to dry for 10-15 minutes

Then wash it off with alternately cold and warm water and end with a splash of cold; pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Finally apply a moisturizer, this way you "seal" your skin to keep the water inside




Some words of Caution

A lot of fruits contain citric acid. Lemon, lime and orange (juice) in specific. When you use them in a skin treatment always be careful with how much you use. Too much can cause acid burns. Also if you have sensitive skin be extra aware with these ingredients

Same goes for all essential oils, this is really powerful stuff; be very careful what and how much you use

Because you can never be too careful when it comes to your skin, always do a patch test on a small piece of skin (e.g. behind the ear) to see how your skin reacts to separate ingredients



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