Apple cider vinegar is rich in Antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties. Because of its medicinal properties apple cider vinegar is widely used in healing wounds. 

Apart from its medicinal uses, it also has a long history of cosmetic use. Romans are using apple cider vinegar as face toner since last many years and they still believe that ACV (1) is the best skin toner that suits all skin types.

Today in this artticle, we will will share how can you prepare ACV face toner at home for different skin types

To prepare this toner you will need,

Apple cider vinegar.

And distilled water

Mix apple cider vinegar with water and your face toner is ready. Just transfer this mixture to a clean spray bottle and use it as you use your regular skin toner

In this face toner, ratio of water and ACV depends on your skin type and you should be very careful about that .

For Dry/Normal Skin

Mix 1 part of apple cider vinegar with 3 parts of water

For Sensitive Skin

Mix 1 part of apple cider vinegar with 4 parts of water

For Oily Skin

Mix 1 part of apple cider vinegar with 1 part of water, if you have oily skin

How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar Face Toner

  1. Take a cotton pad and spray a bit of toner on it.
  2. Dab it all over your face gently. Avoid the eye area.
  3. Do not rinse or wash.
  4. You can also directly spray it on your face.
  5. Apply it multiple times, especially after washing your face.
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There are some things that you should keeping mind while applying this toner

First point is that, apple cider vinegar has a foul smell. If you are using ACV for the first time, it’s normal to find the smell disgusting. When you apply it, it will stink a bit, but the smell will fade away in a few minutes.

Second, avoid using ACV on broken skin. If you have scratches, wounds, and open wounds, avoid using it. It might sting a bit when used on acne, pimples, open pores, and dry skin

Last and the most important thing is that, if you are using ACV for the first time, do a patch test. Always dilute it before applying. Start with a milder version, and then as per your skin’s tolerance, increase the amount of ACV.

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