Beauty how-to: Lavender, Apple Cider Vinegar & Honey Face Toner


Little did you know that toner is actually one of the most underrated skincare solutions around, and when used properly, it can clear the skin of blemishes while hydrating and balancing out the skin tone. Which is why today, we're presenting you with a delightful healing recipe from The Beauty Chef that's fabulous for all skin types. Apple cider vinegar helps to balance the skin’s pH levels, while lavender is regenerative and healing, and honey acts as a gentle antibacterial.

Ahead, learn how to make your own winning skin elixir that you can use each night after cleansing.


- 1⁄4 tsp honey

- 5 tbsp filtered water

- 4 drops lavender essential oil

- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar


1. Mix ingredients together well in a bottle until blended.

2. Keep refrigerated.

3. Use after cleansing by dabbing the toner across your face and removing with lukewarm water or a muslin cloth.

This toner will last for one week and is easy enough to concoct, so you'll never get sick of making a fresh batch for your skin.

Do you use a toner? Will you be attempting this skincare recipe? Tell us in the comments below!


  • natalie1976 says:

    i love essential oil i will try this i have the oils

  • Melissa Fay Robinson says:

    This looks amazing! I love lavender and am always looking for new ways to use it.

  • GMeers says:

    This is awesome!! I always use a toner, morning and night, but hate the harsh, moisture-stripping ones! I like the way a good toner gets all remains of make-up and dirt off my skin but is gentle enough to use on my eyes too. Going to definitely make up a batch of this lovely lavender concoction! :)

  • champagnestyle says:

    I have just run out of my old toner and the company is no longer making it so this may just be what I need!!!

  • Caroline Luu says:

    I love natural skin care!! Defs will be giving this a go :)

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