Making your own facial moisturizer isn’t difficult, and it can save you a lot of money. Learn to make a homemade moisturizer for oily, acne prone skin, and control the quality of ingredients absorbed by your skin.
I was surprised by how fragrant my homemade moisturizer was with such a small amount of rose water. If you want a more pronounced rose scent, though, you can substitute part of the distilled water for more rose water. You can also change it out for another floral water or hydrosol of your choice.
I have the final amount listed as 100ml even though it is really a recipe that is measured in grams and not in milliliters. The oil component of ml to grams isn't exactly interchangeable, but the difference is so small that I left it in ml so that you could more easily find a container to hold your final product. You can adjust the amount of the recipe to suit whichever container you plan to use.