For the past year, I’ve seen radical improvement in my skin ever since I started using a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water as an all natural toner. I apply the toner every single night and on some mornings to my face and neck after cleansing. In the past I honestly did not see the purpose of using a toner, and I just thought it was another way for companies to get us to buy more of something that really wasn’t necessary. I TAKE THAT BACK!
An apple cider vinegar toner does so freaking much. It’s anti-bacterial and an antiseptic, which is an added bonus when dealing with skin infections and conditions like acne and eczema (which btw I have struggled with both in the past). It can help improve your overall complexion by balancing and restoring your skin’s natural pH. It tightens pores, it clears away excess oils and makeup, it helps to lighten sun and age spots, it helps clear up acne and it fights future breakouts…See I told you…it does so freaking much. & best of all? It’s so freaking affordable and contains none of those mumbo-jumbo chemicals like many other toners on the market. That my dear friends is what I call the ultimate SCORE!!! I have yet to find a toner out there that can duplicate its properties.
- Raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar
- Distilled water
- Container to store toner
: In your empty container mix apple cider vinegar with water. Usually, t For sensitive skin- dry skin: Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 4 parts water
For normal skin: Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 2 parts water
For combination-oily skin: Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 1 part water
: Right now I’m using a 1:1 ACV to Water ratio, and I add 3 drops of tea tree oil to the mix.
Have you ever used apple cider vinegar as a toner? If not, will you be giving this toner a try? As always leave your responses below and if you create your own mixture be sure to tell me how it worked for you after using it for about a month. Nuff Love, Natasha ♥