Make your own Facial Toner

Make your own Facial Toner

Keep your skin feeling refreshed with this DIY Facial Toner Recipe

The best way to care for your skin is to use toners regularly. Toners can do so much for your skin’s complexion and texture, and all you have to do is spray and massage into your skin daily. Of course every toner is different and the benefits will differ depending on the products used. Our aloe vera recipe will keep your irritated skin feeling cool and hydrated. Our facial toner recipe is specially formulated using quality raw materials which can soak up excess oil, remove dirt, clean off makeup, and wash away dead skin cells while restoring the pH balance of you skin. All while conditioning and moisturizing your skin. This perfect combination will also prepare your face to absorb the products you apply.

Facial Toner Recipe

When making this product from scratch there are two mixtures. All materials are added at room temperature.

Raw Materials

Mix 1

22.20 ounces of Di water
3.40 ounces of Aloe Vera
0.85 ounces of Glycerin
0.14 ounces of phenoxyethanol

Mix 2

1.13 ounces of polysorbate 20
0.06  ounces of Lavender oil
0.14 ounces of Eucalyptus oil
0.14 ounces of Grapefruit oil
0.14 ounces of cucumber peel extract
0.08 ounces of perfume (optional)
0.06 ounces of Vitamin E

What you need:

2 Glass or stainless steel bowls must require to make this. They should not be heat proof as you will not need to heat up the product in a bain marie or double boiler. You can even use plastic containers. But glass or stainless steel bowls are more preferred.

Mix 1

Add Di water in to a clean vessel and add Aloe Vera, Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol and vitamin E one by one. Make sure to stir the mixture after each addition until a homogeneous solution is achieved. Use moderate speed of stirring.

Mix 2

Add polysorbate 20 in to a separate vessel and add Lavender oil, Eucalyptus oil, Grapefruit seed oil, cucumber peel extract and perfume one by one. Make sure to stir the mixture after each addition until a homogeneous solution is achieved. Then add this mixture to the main mixture, and it is all done!

How to Use

Wash your face with your regular facial cleanser and pat your face dry with a clean towel. Apply a small amount of liquid facial toner to a cotton ball or pad. Move the cotton ball or pad gently in small circles across your face, paying special attention to your chin, nose, cheeks and hairline. Avoid your eyes, nostrils and mouth. Repeat the process with a fresh cotton ball or pad until you no longer see dirt and debris on the cotton ball or pad. Wait at least one minute for the toner to dry on your face. If desired, apply your favorite moisturizer or serum.

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