Rosewater has been used for ages all over the world as a refreshing skin toner and light fragrance. It can also be used to rinse hair and as a linen spray. To make your own water you’ll need roses, a clean glass jar, distilled water. Bring the water to a pretty decent boil and while it’s boiling, clean your jar really well to avoid bacteria in your rosewater. Wash your roses gently to rinse away any bugs or dirt from the garden. Carefully pluck the petals and toss them in the jar. When your water is boiling, carefully pour the hot water over your petals. Seal the jar and let it soak for at 24-48 hours. Strain your water and return it to the jar. You’re done! Keep the water in the fridge.