AFTER BATH (and facial) MOISTURIZER

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Remove the petals from 5 large organic pesticide-free roses. Put the petals in a 1 pint sterilized canning jar and pour 1½ cups of boiling water over top. Cover, set aside, and allow the brew to cool. Remove the petals from the jar, and squeeze out all the ‘juice’ back into the jar.

To use: To ½ of the rose water,

add 1 tablespoon of glycerine and

2 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil (a natural skin softener and healer).

Shake well to mix, and use it as an all over fragrant after-bath moisturizer.

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NB: The plain rose water can be used as a wonderfully fragrant moisturizing hair rinse.

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