Gypsy Astringent was created in the 14th Century, and has continued to evolve over time. It is said to have been used by the Queen Of Hungary in the 16th century to restore her youthful beauty.
This particular recipe is reputed to have been concocted by Gypsies in the 19th century by combining previous historical recipes with their own. Touted as a cure-all, this product will be found useful for toning the skin, minimizing pores, and restoring the skin’s acid mantle.
Materials: rose water, vinegar, chamomile, lavender, lemon peel, calendula, lemon balm, comfrey leaf, rose petals, rosemary, sage