DIY toners by ingredient 

Witch hazel

You can spray pure witch hazel onto your face or apply it with a cotton pad. It’s soothing to your skin and may reduce the appearance of pores.


Aloe vera

Aloe vera brightens your skin and may help fight acne. It’s also moisturizing, so it’s a great toner to use for dry skin.


Essential oil

Essential oils can add a great scent to DIY toners. Some also have helpful properties for your skin.


Rosewater toner

Rose water can naturally balance your skin’s pH, which can get out of balance if you use a cleanser that’s too alkaline or an exfoliator that’s too acidic.


Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can naturally exfoliate your skin, making it look brighter and more even.


Green tea

Green tea is rich in antioxidants, which can help neutralize free radicals. Plus, it’s naturally anti-inflammatory, so it may reduce redness.


Cucumber water is cooling, hydrating, and soothing to red, overheated, or irritated skin.


Cucumber hazel toner

If you’re looking for anti-aging (or as we like to say, pro-aging) power, you’ll want to pick a moisturizing toner full of antioxidants.


Aging skin

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