Facial Toner DIY!

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Quick Tip Monday!!!

This is product definitely worth re-sharing. Enjoy!!! Please let me know if you try/tried it and your thoughts?

Are you a person who likes to use a facial toner as part of your nightly beauty routine?

if yes,

then have I got an apple cider DIY for you.

Facial toner’s are used to remove excess dirt and oil from skin that your regular facial cleanser may have missed.

While toner’s can be very beneficial to the skin, they can also be irritable to some of us because of the harsh ingredients found in most of them.

Here’s a list of some ingredients found in most toner’s.

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these chemicals can be harsh, irritable and drying for some of us. Not to mention it could have adverse effects on the skin.

Using Apple Cider Vinegar as a facial toner is a way to cleanse your skin without all the added chemicals.

Plus ACV has multiple benefits when used as a facial toner.

  • It improves the and even’s out skin tone.
  • it helps to balance and restore your skin’s natural pH.
  • It improves your skin’s overall complexion.
  • Fades sun and age spots.
  • Dissolves dead skin
  • Minimizes the appearance of pores.
  • Can help with acne breakouts and scarring.

In order for this diy to be most effective, and to get the most benefits out of your toner, use raw organic ACV.

All you’ll need to make this toner is:

2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar

4 tbsp. of water

A bottle to house your product.

Combine the ingredients above, shake well and now you’re ready to use.

It’s all natural and inexpensive.


Here’s To Your Health!!!

Stephanie B. Davis
Certified Natural Health Professional
Social Media and Marketing Director for Dr. Celeste Owens Ministries

**Disclaimer: Please pray and ask God for direction and always consult a doctor before starting any new regimen.**
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