Rosehip Lavender Face Mist
  • Total time: 10 minutes
  • Hands on time: 10 minutes
  • Makes: 2 fluid ounces
Rosehip Lavender Face Mist

A calming face mist recipe featuring rosehip oil and lavender essential oil.


1/2 teaspoon Aura Cacia Organic Rosehip Skin Care Oil
20 drops Aura Cacia Lavender Essential Oil
4 drops Aura Cacia Rose Otto (in jojoba oil)
2 ounce Aura Cacia Amber Mist Bottle with Writable Label
2 fluid ounces water


1. Measure all ingredients into spray mist bottle, replace cap and shake vigorously until well blended.
2. To use, apply 1 to 3 sprays to face and neck, smoothing into surface with fingertips.
*Avoid contact with eyes

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Terri T 332856653

July 18, 2018 - 7:08am

Thank you for this info. I plan to make this! Love Aura Cacia!

Karen M 1518917796

June 21, 2018 - 8:27pm

Thank you for this recipe. I can’t wait to make.

Susan S 2124782053

May 15, 2018 - 6:32am

Let’s stay positive and not undermine all the good here. I know some ‘trained’ aromatherapists and they use water or plant enzymes with essential oils. I am NAHA certified as well. We educate and empower others.

April D

May 18, 2018 - 10:34am

I agree with you!

Eva R

May 13, 2018 - 7:23pm

You guys!!! For real, you have to stop posting undiluted recipes for topical use! Oil and water do not mix. Basic chemistry, and you need to get some trained aromatherapists on staff or SOMETHING.

Stephanie W

May 18, 2018 - 12:03pm

I don’t have any training—I’m just a consumer.  I have found that I do enjoy this recipe and don’t suffer any ill effects.  I have sensitive skin and this recipe does will on my skin.  I personally have found that even straight lavender oil doesn’t bother my skin at all.  That’s just what has gone well for me personally, not advising anyone else.

Aura Cacia

May 18, 2018 - 12:22pm

Hello Eva, thanks very much for taking the time to comment and share your concern. You’re absolutely correct, it’s basic chemistry that oil and water don’t mix. The trained Aromatherapist and formulators on our staff feel that any concerns with improper dilution are much mitigated in a recipe like this mist. When the lavender and water in this recipe are vigorously shaken in our amber glass mist bottle, the action micronizes the droplets of oil to form a temporary oil in water dispersement which holds long enough for the application. The addition of the rosehip oil as a secondary diluting ingredient, plus the selection of gentle-acting lavender, plus the careful how-to-use direction, all further mitigate safety concerns for this recipe.


February 27, 2018 - 6:11pm

Yum! I dont know which felt better my spirit or my skin! Thank you! I threw in two drops lemon too! I cant get enough of lemon rose combos!

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