Simple Facial Toner Recipe

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Say goodbye to harsh over the counter facial toners that leave your skin dry and lifeless. Also say goodbye to the price tag! Apple cider vinegar may be just the ticket to a gorgeous, glowing face! Though you pick it up at grocery stores, it boasts a list of benefits that span way beyond cooking. Check out this facial toner recipe!


A great use for ACV? Facial toner. Apple cider vinegar works wonders for balancing the skin’s pH, clearing acne and irritations, lightening dark, age spots and encouraging skin cell turnover- which results in an absolutely glowing complexion.


Add in Frankincense to renew, minimize oil production and diminish blemishes, and Lavender to soothe irritations and aid in recovery and you’ve got one amazing facial toner.

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Here’s what you’ll need:


Filtered Water

Apple Cider Vinegar

Lavender Essential Oil

Frankincense Essential Oil

2oz. Spray Top Bottle



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Fill the bottle with 2/3 part filtered water and 1/3 part apple cider vinegar.


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Using a pipette, add in about 8-10 drops of each essential oil.


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Screw spray top cap on and shake to blend. Use on a freshly cleansed face morning and evening. Shake before each use.


Simple. Inexpensive. Effective.




Simple Facial Toner Recipe

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22 thoughts on “Simple Facial Toner Recipe

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      1. Hello
        Just curious what type of preservative would work well for this toner? I’m going to be giving it a try but would need it to last much longer than a few weeks.
        Thank you

  1. What type of preservative would you use that would be natural? Would Vitamin E be a natural preservative? Do you offer a more natural preservative to help it last longer than 2-3 weeks?

  2. Saw this when you posted it before, but didn’t have time to really look closely at it. How much of the liquid germal plus would you add to a 2 oz bottle, and how much shelf life do you anticipate it would provide?

    1. Hi Julie!

      You can add 0.3 % to 1 % of the final product, and it should allow the toner to have a shelf life around 2 years.

      Happy Creating!

  3. Would storing it in the fridge extend the shelf life? I think it would feel great on my face cold, especially during warm weather. Would that impact the oils from mixing?

    1. Hi Rhonda!

      Storing it in a fridge will not extend the shelf life beyond 2-4 weeks. A preservative is needed for periods longer than 4 weeks.

      Hope this helps!

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