DIY Cucumber Toner

DIY: Cucumber Facial Toner

I hope each and every one of you is having an amazing day or night, it’s only been a few days that I did not blog feels like a long time though but what’s important is that I have been receiving such wonderful support from all of you discovered so many new blogs 🙂 that just blew me away hehe Since you all loved the DIY Rosewater Toner  so much hint hint: it’s the one with the most likes 🙂 wow! right? I decided to share another all natural fav DIY Toner, honestly it’s just as good or you can say the same almost soo good so you can use either roses to make yourself a facial toner or cucumber I like to change it up so I use both It’s easy and follows similar steps to and won’t take much time… ready? to be amazed.

What You’ll Need

  • Fresh Cucumbers (1 is enough)
  • Distilled Water
  • Peeler
  • Knife
  • Pan
  • Mixer
  • Strainer
  • Glass container
  • Spray Bottle cucumbersCucumber-water-537x358 (1) 



What You Need To Do

  • Cut the cucumber in half or about two-thirds
  • Peel the cucumber
  • Cut the cucumber into small pieces
  • Put the chopped cucumber in the pan
  • Add some water to the pan (little to cover the cucumbers)
  • Keep it on the stove for around 8 mins (low flame)
  • Let it cool down
  • Now put the mixture in a blender/mixer and blend it for a good 20 seconds or so
  • Use the strainer to separate the juice from the mixture
  • Pour it into the glass jar and store in refrigerator to chill until ready to use
  • You can transfer it to a spray bottle if you prefer a quick mist morning or night
  • This should be good for a week or more 




Ways You Can Use It

Spray it all over your face as a mist for natural hydration

Soak cotton pads in it and use them on your eyes to de-puff


Endless Benefits

  • Perfect for all skin types
  • Fades dark circles
  • Reduces puffiness
  • Helps fade freckles overtime
  • Rejuvenates and improves complexion overtime
  • Helps with sunburns
  • Tighten pores
  • Helps reduce cellulite
  • And many other great things

And that’s all… hope you all like this DIY and if you do let me know in the comments below, your feedback is always appreciated, would love to hear about your fav toners.


Until Next Time,

Stay Confidently Beautiful

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