You may longer have to visit stores to get facial toners any longer, with this apple cider vinegar recipe at hand.
Apple cider vinegar, also called cider vinegar or ACV, is made from fermented apple juice, and most commonly used in salad dressings, marinades, vinaigrettes, food preservatives, and chutneys. It is made by crushing apples, then squeezing out the juice.
ACV has properties that help to regulate the pH balance of the skin. It’s also antibacterial and has anti-inflammatory properties. The interesting thing is that it is an excellent toner and can be used for all skin types.
Then, if you have oily and acne-prone skin, ACV will help you to treat acne and reduce redness. On the other hand, for dry and normal skin, it helps to exfoliate skin and reduce wrinkles.
- Filtered water
- Raw apple cider vinegar
- For normal to dry skin, mix 1/3 part vinegar to 2/3 part filtered water.
- For oily and acne-prone skin, mix 1/2 part vinegar and 1/2 part filtered water.
- Store in a glass bottle at room temperature.
- Use toner twice a day – first thing in the morning and right before bed.