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Recipe for Apple Cider Vinegar Toner

Here is a great recipe to make at home for a quick toner:

  • 1 Part Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 2-6 Parts Water

You can dilute more if you need to, but you must dilute it by half. For example, if I were making a large batch, I would use 1 cup of water and 1 cup of Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar. Dilute more if it is too strong for you.

Store in a bottle, and then use a cotton round to apply to the face. It should last you a long time!

Never apply undiluted to the face. Apple Cider Vinegar is great to restore the skin's natural acidity. The skin is 4.5-5.5 pH (more acidic), so using vinegar is an awesome way to "tone" the skin back down. Vinegar also helps with adding protein back to the skin, lightening age spots, removing excess oil, and clears up acne.  

It can get kind of smelly, but after it has dried on the face, it will be much better.

Try it and let us know how it goes! 



I was wondering if a mint leaf toner would work just as well?

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Hydrogen Peroxide technically isn’t a toner, so yes! Use both! The ACV will bring your pH down in the correct range. Thank you for your order!

Hailey Farris

Hey Laura!!

I’ve been using your salt scrub for about a year and I LOVE it. About to order some more actually. I had a question about toner though…I’ve been using hydrogen peroxide, but before that I was using ACV. Do you recommend using both if you struggle with acne?

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