Recipe for Apple Cider Vinegar Toner

Here is a great recipe to make at home for a quick toner: 1 Part Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar 2-6 Parts Water You can dilute more if you need to, but you must dilute it by half. For example, if I was making a large batch, I would use 1 cup of water and 1 cup of Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar. Dilute more if it is too strong for you. Store in a bottle, and then use a cotton round to apply to the face. It should last you a long time! Never apply undiluted to the face. Apple Cider Vinegar is great to restore the skin's natural acidity. The skin is 4.5-5.5 pH (more acidic), so using vinegar is an awesome  way to "tone" the skin back down. Vinegar also helps with adding protein back to the skin, lightening age spots, removing excess oil, and clears up acne.  It can get kind of smelly, but after it has dried on the face, it will be much better. Try it and let me know how it goes! ACV

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  • Oh that’s great Heidi! I’m so glad to hear that!

    Salis Skincare
  • So I tried the apple cider vinegar toner today and…….I’m amazed at the results. I’ve never seen my skin look so refreshed and vibrant. I can hardly see my pores. My skin feels calm and happy. The scent of vinegar is a little strong, however once it dries (like Laura mentioned) it is undetectable. What a cool tip and one that saves a few $$. Plus I feel good that i don’t have numerous toxic chemicals sitting on my skin. Thanks Laura!!! You’re the best!!

    Heidi Keele
  • Hey Tracy!

    So glad this post helped you! Let me know how the olive and jojoba do! They are both in our Calendula Salt Scrub on the products page! You don’t actually scrub with the salt, but use it as a mask, and then wash it off and rub the oil in. Good luck with everything- and thanks for visiting our site!

    Salis Skincare
  • Thanks so much for these tips! I’ve got “large pores” and have been using the (Bragg’s) apple cider vinegar/water toner for the past month or so, and have noticed a considerable reduction in the appearance of their size. My skin feels more taut, and pores don’t fill up so easily, either. I came to your website about using coconut oil as a face moisturizer, which I’ve liked very much as long as I don’t apply too much in t-zone where my “problem” pores are. (Coconut does make a great massage oil, btw.) Will take advice and try olive and jojoba oils instead, as I am of European ancestry as well. Thanks again!!

    Tracy
  • […] 2. Use a toner on your skin at least once sometime during the day. It can be after the shower, or when you take your makeup off at night. Here is a recipe for a toner that I have previously posted- HERE. […]

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