Apple Cider Toner Can Give You Beautiful, Clear Skin
The apple cider toner was inspired by information I found on google about the benefit of apple cider vinegar in skin care products. At first I was a bit hesitant because I wasn't sure if people were going to hate the smell of vinegar. But I decided to make up a batch anyway, just to see what it would feel like.
The smell isn't actually strong at all. You can barely smell it for a few seconds, and then it fades away. The apple cider vinegar keeps the pH perfect, which can prevent breakouts, and it also contains enzymes which gently exfoliates the skin. It felt refreshing on the skin, and I actually liked it enough that I decided to keep making it.
The apple cider toner formula is so gentle that it is suitable for all skin types, including dry, sensitive or mature skin. Besides calming and soothing the skin, it also tightens the skin, regulates the pH, and assists in removing old skin cells. So, if you find your skin looking a bit dull, the apple cider toner might be just what you need!
"I tried the apple cider toner last night and it was very refreshing on my skin. Removed the last traces of cleanser and left my skin fresh and smelling wonderful. Thank you for the fabulous product!"
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How the Apple Cider Toner Can Benefit You:
- It tones and firms the skin with alcohol free witch hazel and apple cider vinegar
- It dissolves dead skin cells with natural enzymes and malic acid from the organic apple cider vinegar
- It can improve circulation with natural minerals, vitamins, beta carotene and pectin from the apples
- It calms and soothes with marshmallow root, plantago and chamomile
- It can lighten age spots with organic licorice root
- It moisturizes with rosewater, vegetable glycerin and panthenol (B5)
How to use the Apple Cider Toner:
Spray the toner on the face after cleansing with the Soap Free Cleanser, or use it as a hydrating spritz whenever you feel like it.
You can faintly smell the apple cider vinegar when spritzing the toner on the face, and then it quickly fades. Personally, I love it, but I don't know about you. If you hate the smell of vinegar, the apple cider toner is probably not for you. But, if the smell doesn't bother you, your skin will definitely benefit.
Apple Cider Toner Ingredients:
Water (Aqua), Rosa Centifolia (Cabbage Rose) Flower Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Distillate, Apple Cider Vinegar, Geogard Ultra (preservative), Lactobacillus/Kelp Ferment Filtrate, Plantago Major (Plantain) Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Panthenol (B5)
Green Beauty Cosmetics Disclaimer
Because Green Beauty Cosmetics offers a line of natural cosmetics and skin care that has not been tested on animals, I assume no liability for any kind of allergic reaction, eruption or any other damages that the products may potentially cause, including (but not limited to) loss of wages, revenues or business, or disappointed expectations of any kind. The customer must agree, before buying the products, that if they are not happy with them, the only solution shall be that they stop using the products. If, however, an allergic reaction or eruption should occur, a full refund for the cost of the natural cosmetics products will be given as the only form of compensation. No other form of compensation will be given. So if you have super sensitive skin, please buy only a sample first and try it with caution.