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2 DIY facial toners

Hello lovelies! Today I’m sharing two DIY facial toners, tailored towards different skin types, that are super easy to make and use. Facial toners are an important step in daily skincare, since they can often fade acne scars, even the skintone, and hydrate. These DIY toners do that and much more so you can maintain healthy & radiant skin. I hope you all enjoy xx

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Toner 1: Suitable for normal, non-sensitive skin

Ingredients:

*1 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar

*2 tablespoons Water

Blend these ingredients together, and store in an airtight container. Before each use of this toner, you should shake it up to ensure there’s vinegar and water throughout all the mixture you apply with.

Apple Cider Vinegar is a wonderful ingredient that aids in clearing redness of the face, cleansing pores, and reducing acne.

Toner 2: Suitable for easily irritated, highly sensitive skin

Ingredients:

*2 tablespoons pure Coconut Water (no added ingredients)

*2-4 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Mix the ingredients together, store in a container, and seal until use.

Lavender essential oil wards off acne-inducing bacteria, firms the skin, detoxifies, and tones, while coconut water is ultra hydrating and over time will assist in giving your complexion an all natural glow.

Toner Tips:

For application of toner: You can store either toner in a spray bottle to spritz on the face, but I like to keep mine in a sealable container and dampen a cotton ball with the toner, then smooth it on in circular motions all over my face with the cotton ball.

Toner Use: While the first toner is wonderful for most skin types, I wouldn’t recommend it for those who have highly sensitive skin, like my own, as it can be harsh on skin that is easily prone to irritation and redness. The second one is nonirritating, ultra hydrating, and smells amazing. ❤

Have a lovely day everyone and thanks so much for reading!!

XOXO,

Veronica

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20 thoughts on “2 DIY facial toners

    1. Thank you! Aww I’m sorry…its so weird because my skin is ultra sensitive & acne-prone, oily in the tzone, then normal to dry in other portions of my face. So confusing :/

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