Diy Toner For Oily And Acne-Prone Skin

Written by Urvi DalalMay 17, 2022
DIY toner for oily and acne-prone skin

Exfoliating, cleansing, toning, and moisturising form the foundation of a good skincare routine. Removing makeup and cleansing your skin is a basic step that goes a long way in keeping your skin looking healthy and glowy. However, one crucial step that most women tend to skip is - toning.

A toner helps balance your skin’s pH levels, helps shrink pores, hydrates and protects from environmental factors and yet, is one of the most overlooked products when it comes to skincare.

No matter what your skin type, you must include a toner in your skincare routine, especially if you have oily and acne-prone skin. If you can’t seem to get your hands on one due to the lockdown, fret not. We’re going to teach you how you can make a DIY toner at home using two readily available ingredients from your pantry. Take a look…


You will need:


How to:

Step 01: Simply pour the freshly brewed green tea and apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle and shake well

Step 02: Add the essential oil to this mixture.

But if making your own toner seems like too much of an effort, then don’t worry, because we have got the perfect fix. The Lakme Absolute Pore Fix Toner is the answer to all your oily skin woes. From removing every last trace of dirt and makeup to unclogging and tightening your pores, this toner does it all.

Don’t forget to slather on a lightweight moisturiser after using the toner. The Pond’s Super Light Gel Moisturiser is perfect for oily skin as it locks in moisture without clogging your pores or feeling even a tiny bit greasy.

Urvi Dalal

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Writer, avid reader and hardcore beauty enthusiast is the best way to describe Urvi Dalal. With over 5 years of writing experience in the beauty industry, you can trust her to have the latest skin, hair and makeup tidbits on her fingertips. In her time working as a beauty writer, she has had the opportunity to interact and work closely with a string of dermatologists, makeup artists and hairstylists. All that knowledge exchange, coupled with her flair and love for writing make it possible for her to bring you some authentic yet fun beauty content. When Urvi isn’t working, you’d usually catch her curled up with a big, fat book, drinking a cup of tea or practising her makeup skills; there is no in-between!


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