Water of the Queen of Hungary. Master recipe

The legend of the Queen's Water tells that Queen Elizabeth of Hungary suffered from severe rheumatism. She was 72 years old, widowed, and wanted to remarry. She then meets a hermit who brings with him a wonderful formula that promises to cure her of all diseases and restore her lost beauty and youth.

The queen trusted him and followed the treatment prescribed by the hermit, which restored her health. The Queen is said to have looked younger and many other women of a certain age have started using a product called Water to remove wrinkles and keep their skin healthy.

Many attributed the Queen's change in status to such an extent that the King of Poland proposed marriage to her; but, for the love of God, she rejected this offer because, as she believed, God Himself sent her such a wonderful elixir.

The Queen of Hungary's Water has innumerable properties

They improve blood circulation, activate, cleanse and hydrate the skin and rejuvenate it.

This water is believed to reduce the effects of paralysis caused by gout and also has a tightening effect on the skin.

It is an excellent skin toner, a gentle deodorant and a good complement to slimming and skin tightening treatments.

Hungarian water can be used after bathing, on slightly damp skin, before applying oils or creams.

This is a great product for preparing the skin, allowing the oil or cream you apply afterwards to penetrate the skin, increasing its effectiveness.

The original Queen's Water formula includes cedarwood and turpentine, and our version contains rosemary, which is helpful for gout and arthritis, as well as anti-aging neroli oil.


The Queen's Water is very famous for its properties, so we decided to prepare a step-by-step guide on how to prepare Hungarian water so that we can all benefit from this unique tonic.


  • 4 drops of Rosemary oil.
  • 6 drops of lemon oil.
  • 2 drops of neroli oil
  • 1 teaspoon triple concentrated orange blossom water
  • 1 teaspoon concentrated rose water
  • 2 tablespoons of ethanol

Mix all the essential oils and pour them into the ethanol.

Add perfume and shake gently.

This mixture will need to be aged for two months or more, but it should be shaken every other day for the first two weeks and then once a week after that.

The Queen's Water is not only used as a toner, but also as a warm eau de toilette or as a mild deodorant.

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