DIY Healing Spray

| August 3, 2015 | 20 Comments


DIY Healing Spray

(Great for array of skin ailments and irritations)

  • 1 cup rose water
  • ½ cup aloe vera juice
  • 1 tbsp jojoba oil
  • 10 drops lavender essential oil
  • 1 fine mist amber spray bottle (avoid clear bottles, they can’t protect the properties in essential oils, glass is also preferred but not a must…)


  • Pour 1 cup of rose water into an amber, spray (fine mist) spray bottle.
  • Next, add the jojoba oil and lavender essential oil
  • Finish by topping-off with aloe vera juice


SHAKE WELL before applying- spray when your skin needs it, feels dry or irritated (day or night)

After a shower this spray is heaven on your skin too, since it instantly restores pH levels.

Benefits of ingredients:

ROSE WATER & ALOE VERA JUICE will be the major skin soothers in this mix. Combining both their cooling and healing properties is the goal here. This DIY Healing Spray is safe on all skin types, extremely hydrating, and most important- helps heal skin.

The jojoba oil will serve to keep your skin soft and moisturized (minus clogging pores!)- that extra layer of goodness your skin will thank you for.

Lavender essential oil is the final piece to this DIY Healing Spray. Long known for its many benefits on skin- lavender is great on burns, rashes, dry/oily skin, acne, and so many other pesky skin ailments.

Expiry: use within 6 months of blending

I always like to take the time to mention, aromatherapy and playing with essential oils is no joke… Play safe and don’t be shy to consult a professional (aromatherapist, naturopath, doctor etc…)


Category: Wellness

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I'm a blogger with a passion for replacing toxic ingredients laying around your house with high-quality, healthy equivalents. I want to help make organic living, easier and more accessible and demystify the fact it's too expensive to consider the alternatives. I have a passion for aromatherapy and for making my own lotions & potions. Sharing my recipes with the world is my goal. Blogging has definitely given me the voice & platform I need to get this done. Thank you loyal blog readers, you make it possible for all!

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  1. Treen Goodwin says:

    this would be awesome in our home hanks for sharing the recipe , i will def be trying it out 🙂

  2. kristina says:

    This sounds great, I’ll have a go! Love rose water!:)

  3. loriag says:

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. Definitely worth the try.

  4. Laurie P says:

    I definitely want to make some to have around the house!

  5. kathy downey says:

    I would love to try this

    • Angie - WhippedGreenGirl says:

      Thanks for checking out my recipe everyone! I can say, I will never travel without it- it has served my entire family so well! Better safe than sorry right 😉

  6. mrdisco says:

    it’s good to see remedies made of natural ingredients

  7. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I had no idea that you could make your own healing spray, thanks for the recipe 🙂

  8. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    Sounds like it smells and feels lovely.

  9. kathy downey says:

    We use remedies made of natural ingredients in our home all the time,bet this smeels lovely

  10. dawn gordon says:

    sounds like a lovely spray, i suffer from dryskin from not drinking enough water this could help my skin alot

  11. Dana Miller says:

    I am certain this essential oil healing spray is effective. I cannot wait to try it!! We use oils in our home already and we enjoy the many benefits.

  12. kathy downey says:

    I definitely wanted to make some to have around the house when i read your post,it smeels amazing and cant wait to try it benfits

  13. s powell says:

    Hi I would love to try this ty

  14. Leanne Davis says:

    Sounds awesome . Would love to try it . Thanks for the recipe .

  15. John Mc says:

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. Definitely worth the try. I’ll let you know

  16. Carol Oddy says:

    I really loved the article on DIY Healing Spray, really easy to make & quick !! I will be making this spray when I have all the ingredients. Want to try it on my face to see if it will help my scar which I got using Effulux for the six week treatment recommended by a Dr for pre sun lessions.

  17. Dale Steele Nicolov says:

    This sounds great!it would be really good to have on hand in case of burns.

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