If you’re aiming to eliminate harmful substances from the products you use, consider creating your own DIY Face Toner. It’s remarkably simple to make and won’t strain your finances.

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Best DIY Face Toner

We have been making a lot of our products at home lately. This Tea Tree Oil Face Toner is so simple to make. We are steadily replacing the products we use with natural ones and it feels so good.

To be honest, I thought it would be difficult to do this. However, it has been a lot easier than we thought it was going to be.

Washing your face and using good skincare products is so important.

Can I use tea tree oil as a toner?

Yes! We are going to show you how easy it is to make this easy Tea Tree Oil toner.

Tea Tree Oil is so useful and it is not harsh on skin. It even works on sensitive skin because it is so gentle.

It is great on oily and acne prone skin. Tea Tree Oil has all sorts of wonderful benefits while being gentle on all skin types. You will love using this homemade toner recipe in your skincare cleansing routine.

What is toner?

Toner is a liquid used after washing your face. It looks like water but isn’t always clear in color. Toner helps reduce the visibility of pores, neutralize your skin’s pH balance and removes any remaining soap residue.

You don’t rinse off toner. It aids in removing any leftover cleanser and prepares your skin for the next product.

Other common toner ingredients include Witch hazel, Aloe Vera, Apple Cider Vinegar, Green tea toner, rosewater and essential oils. If using witch hazel, look for alcohol-free witch hazel.

Variations:

Instead of tea tree oil, you can use other essential oils to customize your toner.

Try using lavender essential oil, rose, chamomile, sandalwood, a few drops frankincense and others. Geranium floral waters, rice water and aloe vera gel offer other suitable varieties.

Enhance your Toner by adding vitamins. This includes Vitamin E and Vitamin C. Vitamin C helps to brighten skin and offers antioxidant properties. Whereas, Vitamin E helps to moisturize and nourish skin.

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Tea Tree Oil Toner benefits:

  • Antimicrobial Properties make Tea Tree Oil perfect for Acne prone skin.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce redness and inflammation.
  • Tea Tree oil is perfect for dry skin and helps soothe skin and reduce  itching.
  • Tea Tree oil helps with eczema.
  • Antioxidant Properties

Those are a few of the most popular tee tree oil uses for DIY toner.

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Ingredients for Homemade Face Toner:

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

How to Make Face Toner:

  • Step 1. Place dried basil in a coffee filter.
  • Step 2. Tightly wrap and seal shut with a double knot of string. Secure tightly so it does not come out. How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.
  • How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.
  • Step 3. Boil water. Remove from heat and place bag of basil in the water. Steep the basil for up to 2 hours.
  • How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.
  • Step 4. Stir in tea tree oil. Pour homemade facial toner into a small bottle.
  • How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Directions to use DIY Face Toner:

Shake to combone the ingredients. Then apply the diy face toner with a cotton ball or cotton pad 2 times daily. Blend all over your face.

You can also use a glass spray bottle if preferred. It is based on preference and whether you prefer to pray it on your face or use a cotton pad.

Follow up with a natural moisturizer. We love this DIY Face Moisturizer. Skin care is so important and helps with anti aging. Applying toner first will help your moisturizer work even better.

Regardless of your skin type, this DIY Face toner works great for any skin care routine! Once you try tea tree oil, you will be impressed with how well natural toners work without irritation.

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Does DIY Toner Work in Skincare Routine?

Yes, it works great on skin. Another added benefit is allowing you control over the ingredients.

DIY gives you complete control over what goes into the skin products. It makes it easy to keep the toner completely natural and rich in minerals.

Astringent versus Toner

The main difference between these two products is that astringent typically contains alcohol. This removes excess oil.

Toner does not usually container alcohol and can offer more moisturizing counterparts. This is recommended because it is much gentler on skin than astringents containing alcohol.

Why you should use DIY toner:

  • It removes dirt.
  • Hydrates skin.
  • Balances skin’s pH levels.
  • Removes harmful ingredients in store bought toner.

It is a simple step that does a lot of good for your skin. While it might be tempting to overlook toner, it is actually very important. If you haven’t been using it, give it a try and see how beneficial it is for your skin.

How to make the Best Tea Tree Oil Face Toner. This DIY Face Toner is easy to make and frugal. Tea Tree Oil for acne is great for all skin types.

Frequently Asked Questions

What skin type needs toner?

Toner is helpful for all skin types. Regardless of your particular skin type, there are benefits to using toner. Regular, dry, combination and oily skin types all can benefit by toner.

It helps to remove any excess makeup that your cleanser missed. Toner also helps to remove soap residue.

What is Natural Skin Toner?

It does not include synthetic ingredients made in a lab, preservatives or alcohol. Natural ingredients commonly used in Toner include tea tree oil, witch hazel and rose water.

Should I avoid certain ingredients in toner?

Yes, there are ingredients that are harsh on skin and you should avoid. These ingredients include alcohol, menthol, citrus and fragrance.

While the added fragrance may smell nice, it can irritate skin.

How many times do I use Face Toner?

Use toner twice a day. You can use it after washing your face but before the remaining skin care routine.

Do I wash toner off?

No, there isn’t any need to rinse toner off. Just make sure to allow it plenty of time to sink in before adding your moisturizer and such.

Print the instructions for DIY Face Toner:

DIY Face Toner for Acne Prone Skin

Prep Time2 hours 10 minutes
Total Time2 hours 10 minutes
Keyword: DIY Face Toner for Acne Prone Skin
Yield: 1
Author: One Crazy Mom

Materials

  • 1-1/2 cup distilled or purified water
  • 3 tablespoons dried basil
  • 6 drops tea tree oil
  • coffee filter
  • string
  • one container we used these from Amazon

Instructions

How to Make Tea Tree Oil Toner:

  • Place dried basil in a coffee filter.
  • Tightly wrap and seal shut with a double knot of string.
  • Boil water. Remove from heat and place bag of basil in the water. Steep the basil for up to 2 hours.
  • Stir in tea tree oil. Place into a small bottle.

Directions to use DIY Face Toner:

  • Apply the diy face toner with a cotton ball or cotton pad 2 times daily all over your face. Follow up with a natural moisturizer.

Notes

We love this DIY Face Moisturizer. Skin care is so important and helps with anti aging.
Regardless of your skin type, this DIY Face toner works great! Once you try tea tree oil, you will be impressed.

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