ss_blog_claim=c53e9ec92a7dc61f0c7fbc60e189fc3d The Endless Life's Journey: HOME MADE TONERS

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It is important to use some toners after you wash your face. It helps to rinse the skin, remove oils and tighten pores. But nowdays, beauty products are expensive so what i do is research for home made beauty products. Now i have a list of home made toners which don't cost a lot and which you could make inside your house.

1. Witch Hazel- Just apply plain old witch hazel straight from the bottle to the face with a cotton ball and let it evaporate. Please avoid the eye area.

2. Lemon Juice Toner- Squeeze just half a lemon and add it to 1 cup of warm water. Strain off pulp and seeds and pour into a small plastic bottle, shake well, and apply to the face using cotton ball. The citric Acid from the lemon juice helps to fade age and brown spots over time. Store it in the refrigerator.

3. Chamomile Tea- Steep a chamomile tea bag in hot water. And add an equal amount of fresh water. Pour into a plastic bottle and apply to the skin with a cotton ball.

4. Green Tea- This is what im using now as a toner. Steep a green tea bag in 1 cup of hot water and let it cool. Add 1 cup of fresh water and pour into a small plastic bottle. Apply it to the face with cotton ball.


Allen's Darling said...

Hi felisa just blogwalking here...

afparks said...

ok, thanks for stoppi'n by

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