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Welcome back!! Like what I have promise earlier in my previous blog post. I would upload a 2nd post this week and here it is!! This post would be slightly different compare to what you have previous read before. I have tried my very best to simplified and make it easy to understand. I would not be soo talkative and draggy like you see in my previous posts. Hahaha!! 😀 Anyway….. Lets get started!!
- Benefits of apple cider vinegar
- Reason and Benefit for the other ingredients
- Tools you would need
- Warnings and Safety Precautions
- How to use it
- Raw Unfiltered Unpasteurized Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
- Boiled or Bottled water (Not tap water)
- Tea Tree Oil
Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar:
- Powerful Natural AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids)
- Remove Dead Skin Cells much better than products bought from the shelf
- Malic Acid
- Unblock Pores
- Balance pH levels
- Prevent your skin from becoming too oily or too dry
Reason and Benefits for the other ingredients:
|Boiled or Bottled Water||Dilute the Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Juice|
|Lemon||Add extra nutrients and benefits into the toner||· Brightening
· Antibacterial (Prevent and clear acne/blackheads)
· Natural Exfoliator
· Lighten scars and spots (hyperpigmentation)
|Tea Tree Oil||Increase the shelf of the toner||· Antibacterial
· Barrier Restoring Properties
· Disinfectant for breakouts
Tools you would need:
- Air tight container
Warnings and Safety Precautions:
- Undiluted Apple Cider Vinegar is very acidic and can damage your skin
- Test the toner on a small area on your face first to test whether you have any reaction
- It might sting your pimple but it is the good kind of hurt. It is tolerable
- Note: It did not sting for me. It is only sting for me when my pimple just pop and my pores are wide open. So it depends on your pimple and skin.
- Use it only at night!
- Apple Cider Vinegar increase skin sensitive to ultra-violet rays
Step 1: Pour water into the container until it is half full.
Step 2: Shake the apple cider vinegar bottle before pouring the same amount as you did for the water into the container.
You can gradually increase the concentrate of apple cider vinegar in your toner after your skin is used to it. However, do not use too much as apple cider vinegar is very acidic and can damage your skin. You need to slowly build your skin tolerance to it.
Step 3: Cut the lemon into smaller pieces. Use only a piece of lemon and squeeze it into the container.
You can use more than 1 piece of lemon depending on how much acidity you would want in your toner. Start off with just 1 and go from there. See how your skin reacts to it first.
Step 4: Use the fork to take out any lemon seed that has fallen into the container.
Step 5: Add 3-5 drops of Tea Tree Oil into the container.
The number of drops it depends on your preference and skin. Start of 3 drops than go from there after seeing how your skin react to it.
Step 6: Close the container and shake it to mix it up.
How to use it:
- Shake it before you use it
- Take cotton pad fold it in half and half again until it is a square
- Dip it slightly into the toner. It would soak the toner up
- Apply it into your skin
- After using it all over the face
- Take the cotton pad and place it on top of an area that is prone or have quite a number of pimples for a few seconds
- Remove it and do your rest of your skin care regime
Thank you for reading my 1st DIY blog post!! I tried to make it as simple and easy to understand as much as possible. Hope you like this DIY! Take a photo and tag me in your Instagram or Twitter if you have tried this DIY! I would want to know!! If you have any DIY that you want me to blog about, let me know! See you next Thursday! The skin care series is ending soon!!