3 Ingredient Homemade Facial Toner DIY Recipe

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Apple cider vinegar helps heal a variety of skin ailments, from bug bites to poison ivy to sunburn.

I start making my homemade facial toner DIY recipe as the furnace starts coming on more in my home. I’m reminded that I need to pay more attention to my skin. The air is drier and I lose some of the moisture in my skin. If I’m not careful, my skin will start to look dull. Apple cider vinegar can help bring back that glow.

3 Ingredient Homemade Facial Toner DIY Recipe

Homemade Facial Toner DIY Recipe

When used correctly, a facial toner can remove excess oils and dead skin cells from your skin. Using a toner as part of your beauty routine is vital but is something that many women forget to do. After you wash your face, you should follow with a toner to remove any excess oil or dirt that your cleanser missed. After you use the toner, you should follow with a moisturizer to return healthy moisture to your skin.

This homemade facial toner DIY recipe has only three ingredients: distilled water, apple cider vinegar, and essential oil (your choice).

The exact measurements will depend on the size of the glass jar you use. Do not store this in plastic as the apple cider vinegar could damage the plastic.  Use one part apple cider vinegar to four parts distilled water. So 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar for one cup of distilled water. Then add a few drops of the essential oil of your choice.  Lavender, peppermint and tea tree oil are all good choices.

When you’re ready to use it, simply dip a cotton ball in the solution and smooth it over your skin. Refrigerate when not in use.

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  1. Winter is a bad time of year for my skin as well. I try to use extra moisturizer on my skin throughout the fall and winter months. The toner above sound like a perfect natural skin care aid.

  2. This is great! I’m always looking for truly natural facial cleansers and toners!

  3. This looks great! My mom swearsssss by apple cider vinegar! I may have to try this!

  4. I really love this. I’ve made a ton of natural beauty products, but never thought to make my own toner. It’s so easy too! 

  5. Thanks for the easy recipe. I have used toner in the past but not very regularly.

  6. Oh wow, I’m def gonna make this. I love toners and the more natural the better!