If you love DIY beauty products, this Homemade Toner Recipe using Apple Cider Vinegar is for YOU!
Apple cider vinegar has a ton of uses, and one of them is an amazing facial toner! Try this Homemade Toner Recipe using Apple Cider Vinegar today!Â Just two ingredients combine to make a very inexpensive and effective facial toner that balances the pH of your skin while removing dead skin cells. I don’t know about you, but I’d call that a win! I’m all about quick and easy recipes I can make in no time, that don’t break the bank, and that actually work! I hope this recipe works for you too! Plus, here are even more of my favorite DIY Recipes!
If someone told me I could use apple cider vinegar and water as a facial toner, I would have through they were pulling my leg! But it IS true! These two ingredients create a very nice toner. You’ll feel refreshed and clean after you use it.
It is recommended you make a new batch of toner monthly, so cut this recipe in half if you need to because youÂ find you discard too much after a month.Print
Apple cider vinegar has a ton of uses, and one of them is an amazing facial toner! Just two ingredients combine to make a very inexpensive and effective facial toner that balances the pH of your skin while removing dead skin cells.
- 1 cup distilled water
- 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
- Combine the water and apple cider vinegar in a measuring cup with a spout.
- Mix well and pour into a container.
- Shake well and apply to a cotton ball. Smooth all over face.
- Make a new batch of toner monthly.
See, I told you it was so easy! I mean you just can’t beat how quick, simple, and cheap this recipe is! I’m all excited over here because it’s beauty hacks like this that can really save you time and sanity! Plus, it’s all natural and you don’t have to worry about a lot of extra chemicals getting on your skin!
Also, be sure to check out this DIY Homemade Leave In Conditioner using Tea Tree Oil! Another wonderful homemade recipe that is quick, easy, and cheap to make!
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