We all wash our face daily either with face wash or a facial cleanser, but it is also important to use a toner afterwards. The reason it is important to use a toner after washing your face is because it helps remove any extra dirt, makeup and oil from the skin that your facial bar or cleanser might have left behind, and it helps hydrate and balance out the skins PH levels.
Some of the best facial toners to use are homemade ones made right in your kitchen with basic natural ingredients. Read on to leaern about the top 10 facial toners which you can easily make at home and use whenever you please to tone your face naturally.
1 Aloe and Witch Hazel Toner (Dry Skin)
A homemade aloe and witch hazel toner is excellent for acne prone, sensitive and dry skin types. It helps hydrate, nourish and protect the skin while killing the bacteria that causes acne and blackheads. The toner also helps to prevent the skin from becoming oily and will shrink the pores so you can have a nice clear complexion and beautiful glow.
To make the Aloe and Witch Hazel Toner simply pour a cup of aloe juice and a ¼-cup of witch hazel into a bottle, place the cap on top and give the bottle a good shake to combine the ingredients together. And there you go your facial toner is ready to use. To keep the toner fresh, place it into the refrigerator and it should stay fresh for a month.
2 Chamomile Toner (Dry Skin)
If you have sensitive dry skin, a homemade toner made with chamomile and coconut can help soothe, hydrate, nourish and protect the skin so it can be glowing and healthy. It can even help clear up blemishes and remove eye makeup from the eyed gently.
To make the homemade chamomile toner with soothing coconut simply pour a cup of freshly brewed cooled chamomile tea into a bottle with a cup of cool coconut water. Then place the cap onto the bottle and give it a good shake to combine the ingredients together. After, store the homemade toner in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it to help keep it fresh.
3 Peppermint and Cucumber Juice Toner ( All Skin Types)
A wonderful facial toner which can be used on all skin types. Peppermint toner is made with combination of cucumber juice and essential oils. This type of facial toner can help remove all the extra heavy makeup, oils and dirt from the face that a facial bar or cleanser can miss.
To make the toner you will need a juice of one cucumber. Add 10 drops of peppermint oil and a tablespoon of witch hazel to cucumber juice. Place a lid onto the jar and give the jar a good shake to combine the ingredients together. After, store the toner in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it. The toner should stay fresh for about 2 weeks.
4 Rosemary and Mint Toner ( excellent for blemishes and acne prone skin)
If you are suffering from severe blemishes, blackheads and acne, one of the best facial toners to make and use is a homemade rosemary and mint toner.
To make this toner you will need a cup of witch hazel, 5 drops of tea tree oil and 3 drops of peppermint oil. When you have all these ingredients pour them into a bottle, place the cap onto it, give the bottle a good shake and store the toner on the bathroom counter or in the medicine cabinet until you are ready to use it.
5 White Tea and Vinegar Toner ( All Skin Types)
An excellent facial toner for all skin types that can help keep skin’s natural PH balance is a homemade white tea and vinegar toner. This toner will also help brighten up the skin and clear up blemishes naturally with daily use.
To make this toner simply added a cup of freshly brewed cooled white tea into a jar with a ¼ cup of apple cinder vinegar. Then, place the lid on the jar, give it a good shake and keep it the bathroom. The toner should stay fresh for about 3 weeks.
6 Green Tea and Grape-seed Toner ( Aging Skin)
An amazing homemade toner to use for aging skin is a homemade green tea and grape-seed facial toner. This toner will help not only remove missed makeup, dirt and oil from the skin that a facial bar or cleanser can miss, but it can also help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help hydrate the skin naturally.
To make the green tea and grape-seed facial toner simply pour one cup of freshly brewed cooled green tea into a bottle with a ¼ cup of grape-seed oil. Then, place the cap on the bottle, give it a good shake and store it in the bathroom. Now, something you will notice with this toner is the oil and the green tea will separate as it sits on the counter top so just make sure you give it a good shake before using it each time.
7 Parsley Toner ( All Skin Types)
To make this toner, simply boil a cup of dried parsley in a pot with 8 cups of water for a good 20 minutes. Then allow the parsley tea to cool, strain the parsley from the water and after pour the parsley tea into a jar or bottle and place a lid on top. You can store this toner in the refrigerator or in the bathroom. It should stay fresh for about 2 weeks.
8 Aloe and Citrus Juice Toner (All Skin Types)
If you are looking for a homemade toner to exfoliate the dead flaky skin cells from your face a homemade aloe and citrus juice toner is perfect to make and use. This toner will even give the skin a bright healthy glow while hydrating it naturally.
To make the aloe and citrus juice facial toner simply pour a cup of aloe juice and a ¼-cup of lemon or lime juice into a jar. Place the lid onto the jar and give the ingredients a good shake to combine the ingredients together. Store this toner in the refrigerator.
9 Rose Water Toner ( All Skin Types)
Another great homemade facial toner for all skin types is a cooling rose water toner. This toner helps cleanse, nourish and soften the skin naturally.
To make this toner simply pour a cup of rose water into a bottle and add 2 drops of menthol oil and 3 drops of peppermint oil into as well. Then, give the bottle a good shake to combine the ingredients together and store in the bathroom.
10 Lavender and Rosemary Tea Toner (All Skin Types)
Excellent homemade toner that is wonderful to use on all skin types for cleansing and nourishing the skin naturally.This toner helps fight off blemishes, aging skin, acne and dryness.
To make this toner simply place ½ cup each of dried lavender flowers and rosemary into a pot with 4 cups of water. After, bring the flowers and water to a boil for a good 20 minutes, allow the lavender and rosemary tea to cool, strain the dried herbs from the tea, pour the tea into a bottle or jar and store it in the bathroom or refrigerator.
Application Tip: To use each one of these toners simply pour a little amount of toner onto a cotton ball and rub the cotton ball all over the face gently until you feel your skin is clean. Use these toners daily and you will have radiant and glowing skin naturally.
By now, you know about the top 10 natural homemade facial toner recipes for keeping your skin healthy and youthful naturally. So what are you waiting for? Start with your natural facial toner cleaning from today.