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How to Make a Homemade Toner

Skin products are becoming more expensive each year. There might be some places such as cash and carry wholesalers that you could give you a bulk discount. This is ideal for retailers but if you don't require that much then you probably need to make another plan.

Homemade toners are a good way to save money. You could have the ingredients in your home already which means that you don't need to research ingredients that you've never heard of.

Most recipes for homemade toners often include some sort of drying agent or acid. Be sure to avoid these if you have dry skin. In fact, dry skin doesn't need toning; it only needs hydrating and moisturising. Some toners may need to remain on your face a bit longer as there are not as many harmful chemicals in the natural solution.

To make a toner you need to add an ingredient to disinfect or clean out the dirt on your skin. This ingredient could be lemon, tea tree oil, salt or vinegar. To even out the acidity lev…