Natural Hydrating Facial Toner

  Don’t miss a thing when removing your makeover! 

Do you scrub your face at night to remove makeup, only to find it still lingers along your hairline, around your nose, and other places? Does your face wash, hot water, or all that scrubbing leave your face dry? Yeah, me too. Which is why I crafted a natural DIY hydrating facial toner. It’s combined witch hazel and essential oils just right for my skin type.

How to make a natural DIY hydrating facial toner

Find the right combination for you with my 5 Starter Essential Oils for Beautiful Skin. It includes a handy printable guide too! Don’t have your oils yet? Here’s I got started! Here’s I got started!

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Supply List for Natural DIY Hydrating Facial Toner:

  • 5-ounce bottle
  • 3 drops lavender essential oil
  • 5 drops tea tree essential oil
  • 3/4 cup witch hazel

 Remove Makeup Easily with a Natural DIY Hydrating Facial Toner

How to Make DIY Hydrating Facial Toner:

Pour 3/4 cup witch hazel into a medium sized bottle. Add 3 drops of lavender essential oil and 5 drops of tea tree oil. Close the lid and shake to infuse.

Shake lightly before each use. Apply toner with a cotton round after washing your face to remove makeup, before applying moisturizer.

*Avoid contact with eyes. **Recommend for external use only.

Yields: 5 ounces