DIY Apple Cider Vinegar Face Toner

by Erica Stolman | 3 Comments
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If at one point in your life you ever picked at a zit, chances are the acne scar left on your face is a constant reminder of the bad things that come with picking. It’s great to remember not to pick, but it would be even better if you didn’t have to stare at your mistakes forever. Right? Well I am one of those people who once had an issue with picking, and I am left with quite a few nasty little reminders..

When it comes to my face, I personally prefer to go the more natural route as some store bought products are too harsh for my sensitive skin. If you too suffer from acne scars and sensitive skin, I may have found the perfect homemade beauty recipe for you… all created from items that you probably already have in your kitchen! This apple cider vinegar toner leaves my skin looking & feeling great, and after about 2 weeks of use- I have already noticed my scars fading away. It’s about time!!

  • Supplies Needed:
  • + 2 oz of unfiltered apple cider vinegar.
  • + 2 oz of filtered H20
  • + 1 small bottle
  • + Cotton squares
  • Steps:
  • + Simply combine your two ingredients into your bottle and shake it up good.
  • + Before you hit the hay simply apply the toner to your clean face with a cotton square and let air dry for a couple seconds.
  • + Use daily for the best results!!
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  • Cat

    Hi! I read about the olive oil and stuff on your face and researched that. Could you use that AND this ACV toner?? I’ve been using the ACV for a few months now and have seen some improvement, but I was just wondering if I could use the oil cleansing method AND this, or if I should drop this? Thanks :)