Hello Everyone 👋
I was going to do this crazy long lost about some skin care products and their cheaper copy cats. Then it hit me that there are so many natural ways to achieve great skin. Most of the products we should use are right in our kitchen cabinets.
The first step to great skin is with your diet. What you eat can either help or harm your skin. Its important to eat a balanced diet with low sugar intake and drink lots and lots of water. I personally struggle in the water department so I add some lemon to it and it has done wonders for my skin.
My normal routine is to use a cleanser, toner, then moisturizer. I have combination skin so I have to be careful about what commercial products I use. Many companies will advertise that their products are for combination skin but what I’ve found is that their products do more harm than help. Sticking to a more natural routine is what’s best.
Alright, lets talk about the toner I use because this stuff is the Mecca of all toners. Before I reveal what I use, lets briefly go over why it is important to use a toner…..
- Evens out skin tone
- Balances ph levels in skin
- Helps remove excess dirt, make-up and oil
- Shrinks the appearance of pores
**DRUM ROLL PLEASE**
My toner of choice is none other than Raw 100% Organic Apple 🍎Cider Vinegar! This stuff is super cheap when compared to the commercial paraben, alcohol, and sulfate free toners. It will run you 6 bucks or less depending on the size of the bottle. Most commercial toners, especially for a good one, will cost at least 15 bucks.
Not only is this product very budget friendly, it is perfect for restoring our skins natural ph balance and reducing the sight of pores. It also reduces scarring from acne and red marks, as well as smoothes the skin. You can use any brand you like just be sure that it is raw,organic and it includes the mother.
Be sure to dilute before use…
- 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar
- 2 parts water
I hope this helps you guys with your skin care routine. It definitely has helped me and it has saved me a ton of money. The best thing I ever did was throw away those commercial toners and go right to my kitchen cabinets.