If you've been on the hunt for a few face toner recipes that you can DIY, here are five recipes that anyone can do!
Who doesn't want bright and clear skin? At some point in time in our lives, we've probably all towed the line somewhere from having oily skin to dry skin or something in-between.
And truth be told, as we age and our bodies and hormones change, so does our skin as well.
Just when you think you've got it all figured out, your body pitches in a curve ball to keep you on your toes.
Finding a great face toner is important because it means that your skin responds in a positive way.
Face toner can help clear up acne-prone skin and help oily faces not appear to have that “shiny” look.
While some people prefer to purchase over the counter face toners, there are actually some amazing DIY and homemade face toner recipes that works great as well!
Here are a few face toner recipes that may do wonders for your skin.
In addition to helping make your skin feel tighter and younger, there are added ingredients like green tea and witch hazel.
Witch hazel has been shown to help decrease inflammation in the skin which can be great for people who are suffering from acne.
Apple cider vinegar is useful in so many different ways! It's been known to reduce wrinkles, inflammation and be a great topper to your salads as well. (seriously!)
Being able to create a face serum with everyday home staples is amazing.
A simple combination of alcohol-free Thayer's witch hazel and lavender essential oils creates a face toner that is nice, simple and refreshing.
One helpful tip?
Make certain that the products that you are using are alcohol-free because otherwise, alcohol is an ingredient that can cause your skin to actually become dry.
I was sold at “inexpensive” and anti-aging…weren't you? With only two ingredients you'll be amazed at the ease and simplicity of this DIY Facial Toner.
Having a face toner that includes rosewater is truly a breath of fresh air.
Not only does Rosewater help in calming and trying to rehydrate the skin, but the smell of it is absolutely amazing as well.
Pair that up with witch hazel and you've got yourself a face toner that you'll love.
Keep in mind that using the proper face toners for your skin is important but there are things that you should be doing on a daily basis as well to make certain that your skin is staying hydrated and healthy.
How to Care for your Skin
While some of these may seem like no-brainers, they're still important to remind ourselves every now and again!
Use natural alternatives in your skincare routine
Choosing to use natural skincare alternatives can help boost your skin's appearance while helping reduce chemicals that your skin is exposed to! There are natural alternatives you can choose such as cleansers, scrubs, soaps, and even deodorants and body powders that you can make right at home!
Drink plenty of water
If you want your skin to look radiant, make certain that you are staying hydrated throughout the day.
Wear a chemical-free sunscreen on your face when outdoors
There are many over-the-counter products that can clog pores and cause more skin issue. However, if you do your research, you can find ones that are better options!
I use this tinted sunscreen on my face.
Get plenty of rest each and every night
Who knew that being tired could show up in your skin…but it can! The body has many ways of causing your skin to look dull and lose that glow.
The loss of sleep is one of them.
It's time to start taking care of your skin! These homemade face toner recipes are just a few of the ways that you can reduce the signs of aging.
Bring back the glow and reduce the shine and oil by trying out these face toner options.
You'll love how gentle and refreshing they feel on your skin. Plus, they smell great as well!