Toners are a great way to rejuvenate your skin and keep you looking fresh and radiant. To save on expensive cosmetics with a ton of preservatives, here are some recipes for the best toners you can make at home.
Papaya face tonic recipe at home
Papaya is good for the skin as it helps to remove dead cells and impurities, provides vitamin A, deeply cleanses the pores. To make this tonic, you will need a cup of papaya puree and a cup of boiled water. Mix the ingredients, let the product sit for several hours in a cool place. It can be used daily for up to five days, as this is its shelf life. Store the toner in the refrigerator and apply cold to the skin. You can also add honey to give your face a radiant glow.
Homemade mint face toner
Take half a glass of water and boil for a few minutes. After boiling, add mint leaves to it and turn off the heat. Soak the leaves in this water for two minutes, then place in a small bottle and refrigerate. Wipe your face regularly with a mint toner, and you will notice that the skin is smooth and tender. Another benefit of this tonic is that it is good for tanned skin.
Homemade cucumber tonic
Cucumber and aloe are good for keeping skin glowing. Cucumber is known for moisturizing the skin and preventing the loss of elastin with age. To prepare this tonic, you need to grate 1 medium cucumber on a fine grater and mix it well with aloe vera juice. Store this mixture in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. Use it daily and in a week the relief of your skin will be amazing.
Homemade Rose Petal Facial Toner
To balance the pH of your skin, there is nothing like rose water. To prepare this mixture, take 3-4 tablespoons of rose petals, pour a cup (200 ml) of boiling water, close the container and leave to infuse for 12 hours. Add some cold water or 2 ice cubes to the rose water and you can use it. Apply it with a cotton pad and massage gently on your skin for 10 minutes. Proper hydration is essential for maintaining healthy skin, and rose water has these qualities. The scent of rose water will cheer you up. This tonic has a long shelf life in the refrigerator - 2 to 3 weeks.
Homemade green tea and apple cider vinegar tonic
Both of these ingredients help fight acne and redness by maintaining proper pH levels. It is also suitable for oily skin and has a shelf life of 5 days. Brew 1 teaspoon of green tea in 300 ml of boiling water, after cooling, add 5-10 drops of natural apple cider vinegar. When the toner from both ingredients is ready, you can gently apply it to your face and massage for 10 minutes. After applying apple cider vinegar, it is recommended to use lavender oil, which also has many benefits for the skin.