This easy to make DIY facial toner mist for oily skin uses apple cider vinegar (ACV) as its main ingredient. ACV is a true multi-tasker. Not only is it a great remedy for different symptoms when ingested but it also works really well in various homemade beauty products.
I have been using it as a toner for my blemish prone and oily skin. Although it doesn’t get rid of pimples once they’re there, I’ve noticed that it helps to keep my skin balanced, less oily and more exfoliated.
ACV helps the skin to find the right balance between dry and oily as skin is naturally acidic and ACV helps to regulate its pH. Further, ACV has antibacterial properties which help to keep pimples at bay. It also helps to exfoliate skin so it can breathe.
I spray this toner mist onto my face after washing it morning and night. Alternatively, you could dab it onto your face with a cotton pad. You could also add a few drops of essential oil such as tea tree to enhance the antibacterial effect.
It’s important to use distilled water as the mixture won’t last very long otherwise. Be careful not to get it into your eyes, it will sting!
Have you had any experience using ACV on your face? If so I’d love to hear about it!
- 50 ml water (distilled is best)
- 50 ml apple cider vinegar
- A few drops of tea tree and/or lavender essential oil
- Mix both ingredients together and pour into a spray bottle
- Mix in a few drops of tea tree and/or lavender essential oil
- Shake well
- Mist clean face morning and/or night