Day 9 – DIY Skin Brightening Toner – {DIY From Scratch}

I’m still on a DIY Beauty treatment kick at the moment.

As I shared in the Vitamin C Serum blog post, my first facial cleansing regime was Clinique.  It was 3-step process that started with washing my face with soap, using toner and then moisturizing.  This was perfect for a teenage skin, but as I aged, I dropped the toner because it was too drying.

When I discovered this tutorial for a skin brightening toner, I thought I’d give it a try again.  These days I’m really interested in anything that will hold back the wrinkles.

013c9f0a3a4e256bfd353d144c303b314755dc8d060186902bceaad6e7005483de703f8d282488de9ab7The recipe only has 3 ingredients and made about 2 cups of the toner.  My container would only hold about 1 cup so I stored the rest in a mason jar in the fridge.  According to the tutorial, the solution can last for 3 weeks at room temperature.

 

014e7881e72e464c525e39e528ec3eed7bac8cf4adIt’s lovely and lemony, very refreshing and I hope it won’t be too drying after a few days.  I’ll let you know.

Happy toning.

 

Until tomorrow,

Grace

 

 

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Mom – you better label the mason jar or else dad will think this is lemonade.  Boy will he get a surprise!

 

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One Response to Day 9 – DIY Skin Brightening Toner – {DIY From Scratch}

  1. Pam Robertson says:

    Hmmm, this looks interesting. May want to try this one! Thanks

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