Take care of your skin with nourishing ingredients when you prepare this Homemade Rose Toner Recipe. It’s good for your skin and works wonders to brighten while fighting impurities.
Is skin care important to you? If you want to have healthy, glowing skin that looks beautiful and youthful, using the right products on your face is a must. Many of the products available in drugstores contain pore-clogging ingredients that aren’t that good for your skin.
If you’d much rather take a natural approach to calming irritation and improving the texture and overall appearance of your skin, make this Homemade Rose Toner Recipe and use it regularly on your face. You can use it once in the morning and once before bed to clarify and hydrate the skin.
The Best Reasons to Make the Homemade Rose Toner Recipe
- It’s made with simple ingredients that are good for the skin, including witch hazel and rose petals!
- You can make the toner within minutes and then set it aside for two weeks before using it on your skin.
- It’s an important part of your skin care routine. It can leave your face looking healthy and youthful with the perfect glow.`
What You’ll Need to Make the Homemade Rose Toner
You don’t need many ingredients to make this natural and beneficial toner for your skin. Instead, you’ll need some witch hazel and clean rose petals. Be sure to use only fresh rose petals and don’t forget to remove them from the stem before getting started.
You can get the rose from anywhere, whether you stop at a local florist or the grocery store, where they often have some roses out on display for customers to buy.
You’ll also need a clean glass jar with a lid for preparation and a soap dispenser for using once the homemade toner is ready.
How long does it take to make the toner?
It only takes five minutes to prepare your ingredients. While it’s simple and easy enough to prepare this Homemade Rose Toner Recipe, you’ll need to let the mixture sit for two weeks before you use it. You want to give the rose petals time to soak into the witch hazel for that two-week span.
After the two weeks, you’ll remove the rose petals from the solution, keeping the rose toner in the mason jar or transferring it into an old soap dispenser with a pump lid to make it even easier to disperse.
When should I use the toner on my face?
You can use the toner twice daily to keep skin hydrated while improving texture. It’s important to use it on your clean face. So, before applying it to the skin, wash your face with a gentle cleanser to remove dirt and oil from the skin.
After you’ve washed your face, pat dry and then apply the toner as a finishing touch. You can repeat this process when you’re getting ready for bed at the end of the night.
Is It safe to use?
Yes, this toner is safe to use. As long as you don’t have an allergic reaction to witch hazel or rose petals, you can safely apply this toner to your face.
Homemade Rose Toner
- 6 oz witch hazel organic and alcohol free is best
- 1 cup fresh rose petal Stuff the cup!
Add your rose petals to a pint mason jar.
Add your witch hazel to your mason jar. Make sure that your witch hazel completely covers your rose petals.
Close the lid on your jar. Give your jar a good shake so that the petals are fully immersed.
Allow your mixture to sit for 2 weeks in a dark, room temperature room.
Shake occasionally (such as once a day, or every couple of days).
After 2 weeks, remove and discard the petals.
You can keep your rose toner in your mason jar, transfer to an old soap dispenser (thoroughly cleaned out), or a reusable pump container.
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