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Recipe: Natural Toner for Any Face Type

An ideal toner will balance the pH of your skin and help remove any residue after cleansing. Oily, acne prone skin can use a more acidic toner, whereas dry skin needs a more moisturizing and alkaline solution. These simple recipes will help you find the perfect formula for your skin.

Toner for Oily Skin:

Combine green tea with the acidic vinegar to help calm redness and balance skin pH.


    • ¾ cup green tea (Steep 2 tbsp green tea leaves in 6 oz of water and strain.)
    • ¼ cup apple cider vinegar


    1. After steeping green tea, let it cool and add the apple cider vinegar.
    2. Pour mixture into a jar and apply with a cotton ball or pad.

Toner for Dry or Aging Skin: 

Combine soothing rose water with hydrating glycerin and geranium essential oil for extra moisture.



    1. Follow instructions above for combination/sensitive skin.
    2. Once mixture has cooled and been strained, add glycerin and geranium oil, cap and shake well to combine.
    3. Shake before each use to disperse oil into water.

Toner for Combination or Sensitive Skin:

Roses are known for their gentle, soothing properties. This simple formula will hydrate and balance without adding oil.



  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Place rose buds and petals in a jar and pour boiling water over them, adding more water if needed so petals are completely covered. Push petals under water with a wooden spoon.
  3. Cover jar with a lid and leave jar to steep and cool.
  4. Once water has cooled (approx. 1 hour), strain rose water into a clean amber bottle using cheesecloth.

To Use:

Apply all toners with a clean cotton ball or cotton pad. If using new ingredients, always test a small amount on your wrist first to test for sensitivities.

Shelf Life and Storage Information:

The toners should be stored in airtight jars in the fridge. Use daily and make a fresh batch after approx 1 week.

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At A Glance

TOTAL: 30 minutes
YIELD: Makes about 1 cup.