6 natural skin toners you should definitely try



Exposure to excess heat and pollution makes your skin dull and dim as a result it becomes very important to exfoliate, cleanse and tone your skin on a regular basis. Considering this need to replenish and cleanse the skin, many companies have started producing toners from chemicals and other artificial products.

But commercial products are expensive as well as can be harsh on skin. However we have the option to make natural toners from using items easily available in our kitchen.These DIY’s make your skin look more beautiful and radiant¬† without emptying your pocket. And, anyway natural is way better and more effective.

Here are six super effective natural skin toners that are not only easily available at your home, but also prove to be excellent source of a healthy skin. In this article, we will be discussing about 6 Natural DIY Skin Toners.

6 Natural DIY Skin Toners


1. Camphor and Rose Water Toner


Add a dash of camphor in a bowl of rose water and blend it well. Use this mixture to dab it on your face with a cotton ball and wipe it clean once applied well. This will help reduce your redness and open the pores of your skin and cool it from exposure in the scorching heat. You can store this mixture for about 3-4 weeks in the refrigerator.

2. Chamomile tea toner:



Boil about 100 milliliter of water and add one chamomile tea bag in the boiling water and let it extract the color of the tea for at least five minutes. Let it cool down and then apply this tea soaked water on your face and neck with a cotton ball and let it soak into the skin pore for about 20 minutes and wash it off with tap water. You can add this to your daily regime to get the best results.


3. Milk, honey and egg toner:



Take one tablespoon of honey, one tablespoon of milk and one egg white (remove the yolk) in a bowl and blend the ingredients to make a thick pack. Apply the mixture evenly on your face and leave it to dry for at least 15 minutes before washing it off with cold water.

4. Cucumber and curd toner:




Beat two to three tablespoons of unflavored sour curd in a bowl and keep aside. Peel one fresh cucumber and dab it with the curd to apply it on your face and neck. Ensure that you apply the toner in anti-clock wise circles to give it a better effect. Once you are done applying, wait for at least 10 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water.

5. Apple cider vinegar toner:



Mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with four tablespoons of distilled water. Blend it and store it in a bottle. Dab the mixture on your face and neck with a cotton ball and use it regularly for best effects.

6. Ginger mint toner: 


Grind some ginger and a few mint lives and add some water to make it semi-thick paste. Apply it on the face and neck every day to get a cooling effect and heal various skin problems.

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