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Do you want to reduce the amount of chemicals you put all over your face everyday?

You can by making this natural toner that smells divine and keeps your face looking fresh!

DIY toner

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup of lemon juice
  • 1 cup of water
  • 2/3 cup of witch hazel

Method:

  1. Place all the ingredients in a bottle and shake to combine.
  2. It’s ready to use on your clean face morning and night.

This face toner is very refreshing and leaves your face bright and fresh. Witch hazel tightens pores and the lemon juice helps reduce blemishes.

Try it out and let me know how you go. Please add comment below.

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  • Who needs it?

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  • Looks lovely, thank you for sharing.

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  • Where did you find witchazel as I cant find it other than buying on line

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  • Thanks for letting us know about the homemade toner…..The hardest part was finding witch hazel.Such a great tip and super duper quick and easy to make and you only need a little amount.The cost is alot cheaper than name brand toners and my face felt great.I was worried about using it on my sensitive face and neck but I didn’t have any problems.Thankyou for another great tip that’s saving me money

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  • My skin can be sensitive at times, but I’ll give it a go. Thanks.

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  • Sounds too harsh for my skin.

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  • Thanks for sharing. I love this. And I have blemishes, many of them, but had never thought of using something as simple as lemon.

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  • i didn’t know lemon reduces blemishes. Ill have to try it!

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  • The witch hazel is such an amazing product. My daughter uses it when she gets some pimples on her face.

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  • Lke fa

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  • I find lemon very drying on my skin. Don’t use it on open skin (rash, scratch etc. – it stings) . Will the witch hazel neutralize some of that problem???.


    • Me too, my skin is so dry, cracks easily and responds allergic to many topical creams and toners. Lemon is very harsh on the skin indeed.

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  • I’ll have to give this a go, most likely better and definitely cheaper than what I use at the moment!

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  • I already use witch hazel which l love,when l have blemishes l’ll add water and lemon and see how it goes! Thanks.

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