This DIY Face Toner Spray is something that will benefit all skin types! It’s light, smells great and you can spray it on anytime you would like for a little pick me up. It’s a must have for these dry winter months! The light, refreshing smell of lavender essential oil will help relax and calm your mind as well. Spray this on in the morning after you cleanse your face, at lunch time to help relax, or even in the car ride home after a busy day! I hope you enjoy these simple instructions for how to make toner for face and skin. This DIY toner with witch hazel is really great for your skin and it is so refreshing.
Your New Daily Essential: Homemade Toner Recipe
You are going to love this homemade face toner. This toner recipe is so easy to make and it feels so great on your skin! Whether you have dry skin, normal skin, or oily skin, this DIY witch hazel face toner is great for each skin type and it is a natural astringent.
DIY Face Toner Spray Materials And Natural Ingredients:
- 4 or 8 oz spray bottle
- Alcohol-free Witch Hazel
- 100% Pure Lavender Essential Oil (I prefer Young Living brand.)
How To Make Homemade Face Toner Spray With Essential Oils
Here is how to make toner for face and skin. It is so easy and it does wonders for refreshing your skin.
To make your own DIY toner, unscrew the cap on your small bottle and fill it up with witch hazel. Did you know that witch hazel has many benefits for the skin? According to Healthline, it helps ease inflammation, fights acne, and soothes sensitive skin.
You can use scented or unscented witch hazel but definitely make sure it is alcohol-free. (Or the alcohol will actually make your skin dry!) My favorite brand of witch hazel is Thayer’s. It’s been around for decades and is a very reputable brand.
You can use raw apple cider vinegar as a substitute for witch hazel. It is also a good toner and the smell of vinegar evaporates as it dries. It is known to help restore the natural pH balance of your skin and also for reducing age spots.
After the bottle is filled with witch hazel, add 4-5 drops of your 100% pure Lavender essential oil.
Lavender oil is very healing and is great for your skin if you happen to have any blemishes forming. You can use tea tree oil as a substitute for lavender essential oil. It is especially good for acne-prone skin.
Give a little shake and you are ready to spray and enjoy beautiful skin! That’s it!
How To Use Face Toner
Use toner as part of your skincare routine after you wash your face. Washing your face with warm water usually opens up the pores so they can be cleansed. Toner helps the pores contract back down to reduce the appearance of pores. It also provides antibacterial properties to help prevent the formation of pimples.
I like the spray bottle for easy application. How to use spray toner on face? Just spritz your face lightly with a spray to your cheeks, forehead, nose, and chin. This toner for skin should also be sprayed on the décolletage (your neck and chest). Then you can leave as is and it will dry in about a minute. This is my favorite method for ease.
However there are two more ways to apply toner if you prefer them. You can spritz a bit onto a cotton pad (or cotton ball) and then use that to evenly wipe your entire face. Or you can spray your palms and then pat them onto your face. Use the method that makes you most likely to do it every day after you wash your face. You are going to love the natural glow!
Then follow the face toner spray with a moisturizing essential oil roller.
This is a very simple DIY recipe for a wonderful natural toner with anti-inflammatory properties. Does this DIY beauty product sound like something you would like to make? It’s one of the most simple skincare products that I make. These natural products with simple ingredients are also great for diy gifts! Friends and family will love this refreshing homemade facial toner.
Witch Hazel is so great for the skin. I love using it as a toner!
Laura P. says
I’ve heard of using witch hazel as a toner before…will have to try this!