Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Make-At-Home Cosmetics: Fresh and Fruity Mint, Green Tea and Apple Toner (tutorial)

Apple Cider Vingar © edu1971 - fotolia.com

Although it is so simple to make, this toner is a true aromatic delight. It is one of my favourite products and it has the power to scent an entire room. It balances the skin’s pH levels, works as an anti-inflammatory and reduces blemishes. Because it’s such good value to make it can be used generously and with abandon. 

Ingredients
One green teabag
Four or five mint leaves
Apple cider vinegar

Utensils
A cup
A kettle of boiled water
A glass storage jar or spray bottle

Method 
This ridiculously easy recipe works in a few simple steps: Whilst the kettle is boiling, put the green teabag and the mint leaves into a cup. Once the kettle has boiled, fill the cup just over 3/4 full. Leave to cool. Later, when it is at room temperature, top up the cup with apple cider vinegar. Pour the liquid into a glass jar or spray bottle for storage in the fridge—where it can stay for a couple of weeks until it is finished up. To use, either spritz over the face after cleansing or moisten a cotton wool pad and wipe. 

If you like this recipe, or if you want to try others, you can see our full recipe list, tips, tricks and an introduction. Before making your own cosmetics products, please read the following important posts: Make-At-Home Cosmetics: Sun-Safe Skin and Make-At-Home Cosmetics: Experimenting With Ingredients & Cosmetic Safety

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