If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I already have a few foaming wash recipes.
Because this is AMAZING! It is delicious, divine, lush. I am officially in love with this Deluxe Foaming Face Wash, and my face is a fan too! The inclusion of rose water is a luxurious ingredient in this recipe (it helps to calm irritation, soothe and hydrate skin) however, it may be out of budget for some.
If this is the case, you can try lavender water; plain ‘
Note that the video below is for my hand/face/body wash. The only difference is that you’ll use switch out the water for rose water.
DELUXE FOAMING FACE WASH
Makes: 200 g | 7.1 oz Prep time: < 5 min.
65 g | 2.3 oz liquid castile soap
15-20 drops of essential oils
135 g | 4.8 oz rose water
My choice of essential oils…
My favourite essential oils in this recipe are
Special container required…
Foaming Pump Bottle
1. Add castile soap and essential oils to a bowl and mix until combined.
2. Wait a few minutes (this gives the essential oils time to disperse within the castile soap), add rose water and mix until combined.
3. Transfer into
Massage 1-2 pumps of foam over face and neck. Rinse with warm water.
You might find it easier to add ingredients directly into your soap dispenser (a foaming pump bottle must be used for this recipe).
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