Your daily skin regimen can include washing your face with a face wash and pat it gently with a soft towel. You can apply a moisturizer if your skin is particularly dry. Taking it a step further, you can also use a skin toner. Continue reading 3 DIY Skin Toners for Glowing Skin
People have different skin types: dry, oily, sensitive. Each type has its own set of problems. Maybe you have too many pimples, maybe you’re tired of open pores, maybe your skin is peeling and itchy, no matter the time, or maybe the slightest hint of makeup causes eruptions On your face.
Different types of skin require different toners. In addition to fighting skin problems, skin toners also help you to maintain a healthy, shiny and younger skin. But not all toners are suitable for everyone.
Here are recipes for DIY toners for specific skin types, using natural ingredients easily found in your home.
- DIY Toner for Normal Skin
- DIY Toner for Dry Skin
- DIY Toner for Oily Skin
How to Prepare Toner for Normal Skin
If your skin is not particularly oily or dry, you probably have a normal skin type. This toner for normal skin will protect it from becoming too dry or oily while moisturizing it.
Cucumber has the cooling effect on your skin, yet on sensitive skin. It moisturizes your skin and provides a soothing sensation. It also creates a perfect balance between acidity and dryness, so your skin stays normal.
Aloe vera is an excellent addition to toner if you do not want your skin to become greasy while staying hydrated. It also has antibacterial properties that help prevent acne and dust. It also accelerates the cellular regeneration of the skin, which makes it useful to delay skin aging.
The essential oil Rose has excellent properties to rejuvenate your skin. It also has astringent properties to treat the skin-friendly acne, as well as anti-inflammatory properties that help to treat redness and inflammation.
Peppermint essential oil aids control oiliness, hence preventing acne. The use of peppermint oil can also refresh and cool your skin.
- Cucumber : 1 medium-sized
- Aloe vera Gel: 1 leaf
- Peppermint oil or Rose oil: 5 drops
- Extract 1 medium sized cucumber juice and transfer to a pot.
- Add the aloe vera gel to the cucumber juice.
- Add 5 drops of rose oil or peppermint oil.
- Mix it well.
- Pour it into a spray bottle.
Your natural homemade toner for normal skin is ready to use.
How to use?
- You can spray it on your face, making sure it covers all areas of the face.
- Let stand for 5 to 10 minutes. Then rinse with normal water.
- You can keep this mixture in the refrigerator for 5 to 7 days.
How to Make Toner for Dry Skin
Dry skin can make your face harmful, aged and unpleasant. It can also cause redness, itching, and tears in your skin. Dry skin can be a terrible ordeal to which live, especially in winters.
But this toner will help you beat the dryness of your skin and keep your skin healthy and hydrated. Rose water helps to restore the pH of the skin and makes it fresh. Refrigerated rose water can also help shrink large pores. Glycerin helps to provide good moisture to dry skin.
- Rose water: 2 tablespoons
- Glycerin: 1 teaspoon
- Pour 2 tablespoons of rose water into a bottle of spray.
- Add 1 teaspoon of glycerine and mix well.
- Your homemade toner for dry skin is ready to apply.
How to Use Your Home Toner for Dry Skin
- Lightly spray the toner on your face. If you prefer, you can keep the toner in a pot and use a cotton cushion to clean it on your face.
- Use it every day, before applying a moisturizer.
- The toner can be refrigerated up to 10 days.
How To Make DIY Toner For Oily Skin
If you have oily skin or acne, you can try this toner to reduce the acidity of your skin and shrink large pores. Toner will also help reduce the problem of acne that is so common in people with oily skin.
Green tea has anti-inflammatory properties that will reduce acne, while apple cider vinegar will reduce acidity on a skin and reduce the pH level.
If you wish, you can add a few drops of tea oil and/or lavender oil for additional benefits. Tea tree oil helps to fight against acne breakouts, black spots, spots, and pimples. Lavender oil has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that help fight against acne and inflammation.
- Steeped green tea: ¾ cup
- Raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar: ¼ cup
- Tee tree oil (optional): few drops
- Lavender oil (optional) : few drops
- Tip a bag of green tea in the ¾ cup of boiling water and pour it into a pot.
- Add ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar and mix well.
- Add apple cider vinegar
- Your home toner for oily and acne-prone skin is now ready to use.
How to Use Your Home Toner for Oily Skin
Dip the cotton pad into the solution & apply it smoothly on your face. You can also pour the mixture into a spray bottle and lightly spray on your face.
- Do not rinse after application, allow it to dry.
- Use it twice daily for effective results.
- You can store this home toner for oily skin in the refrigerator up to 10 days.