11 ways to make your own toner at home

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  1. Witch Hazel Toner

Take about 100 ml of witch hazel. Now, depending on your needs, choose the essential oil (10 to 15 drops) to suit you. You can add tea tree oil if you want to get a soothing effect and close the pores. For mature and dry skin, you can opt for rose essential oil. To combat wrinkles and improve skin elasticity, you may want to add carrot seed essential oil.

  1. Apple Vinegar and Cucumber Toner

Mix the juice of 1 cucumber with 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar. Apply on the face with a cotton ball to have a radiant and fresh skin.

  1. Toner of Essential Oils for Normal to Dry Skin

Add 1 drop of geranium essential oil and 1 drop of chamomile essential oil in 100 ml of rose water. Use this as a toner for normal to dry skin.

  1. Coconut Water Toner

There are no complicated steps to use this toner. Only clean the face with pure coconut water. This tones the skin, treats dark spots and also nourishes. It is ideal for all skin types, especially for normal and dry skin.

  1. Basil Toner

Boil 2 tablespoons of basil leaves in a cup of water and then allow to cool to prepare the toner. Use twice a day to get amazing results.

  1. Vinegar and Rose Water Toner

Take a tablespoon of vinegar and a tablespoon of rose water. Mix well. Use on your face to tone the skin. It is ideal for oily skin.

  1. Chamomile Toner

Put a bag of chamomile tea in a cup of water for about 10 minutes. Let it cool and use this fantastic toner for a beautiful skin.

  1. Lemon Juice Toner

Add a tablespoon of lemon juice to two tablespoons of water. Use as a toner to control the excess oil and also to lighten stains naturally.

  1. Green Tea Toner

Prepare green tea. Boil for about 10 minutes. Let it cool and use it as a toner to get a clean and smooth skin.

  1. Toner Tomato and Lima

Mix a few drops of lemon juice with a tablespoon of tomato juice. Use it as a toner to shrink the size of the dilated facial pores.

  1. Mint toner

Boil a liter of water and add a handful of mint leaves. Let it boil for 10 minutes. Now, strain the liquid and let it cool. Keep it in the refrigerator. Use it with a cotton pad to clean the face.

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