DIY a face toner
DIY a face toner

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DIY a face toner

The natural, homemade and organic products are always way better than the cosmetic products that are manufactured which are more expensive and sometimes even toxic.

Our health is the most important thing so the homemade natural toners will do wonders for your skin in a natural way and can't cause hormonal changes.
The toners should be part of your beauty routine, especially if you have an oily skin because they reduce the excess of sebum and remove the parts of the makeup left, leaving your skin clean and ready for the next step.



An anti - aging toner. The anti - aging toners cost you a lot of money and they're not always so effective as it seems in the first place.
Most of the anti - aging toners contain a vitamin C, because the vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and it has proven as very effective in repairing the skin after a repeated usage. That is why our recipe contains a vitamin C.
To make this toner, you will need: ½ oz. blood orange hydrosol, several drops Vitamin E oil, ¼ teaspoon of powdered l-ascorbic acid, 5 drops of basil essential oil.
Put the ingredients in a glass bottle and shake the bottle.
Let it sit for 3 days in a room temperature.
You can use this toner twice a day: in the morning and in the evening.
Because the ascorbic acid and the vitamin C oxide quickly, you can add some every day.
You should always shake the bottle before usage.
Important: Please make an allergy test on every ingredient before usage by putting some drops on your hand.


A toner for an oily skin and an acne prone skin. The toner can reduce the excess of sebum and can help you in the fight against acne.
To make an efficient toner for your type of skin, you will only need three ingredients: 1/4 cup raw apple cider vinegar, lavender essential oil and 3/4 cup strong green tea.
Simply mix the ingredients together.
It should be stored in a fridge so it can last for two weeks, because if left on a room temperature the tea will go bad.