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S-503: DIY Winter Dry Skin Toner

George’s Aloe Vera, Pure Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E & Jojoba Oil and a spray bottle.ย  Thank you for listening! Cieloscent

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “S-503: DIY Winter Dry Skin Toner

  1. I love love love DIYs like this, so thank You for this podcast! I am making something very similar, sans vitE for the time being – I need to source good quality organic vitE that would be GF.. I am off to listen to more podcasts, loved every single one so far. xo

    1. Yes, I create my own skincare as well! I love experimenting because the scientist in me loves to create! I am so happy that you are enjoying my podcasts! Enthusiasm like yours keep me creating more content! Thank you, Renata for your encouragement, it means much to me!!! Thank you for listening! Sending smiles your way! Cieloscent

  2. Hi! I too love listening to your podcasts. Whatโ€™s the portions of each ingredient in your DIY winter toner? I have all the ingredients, but just unsure of the exact amounts of each. Please advise and thanks very much in advance!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Hi Emily! Thank you so much for listening and for your kind words! I’m grateful! Emily, your bottle (whatever size you choose) should be filled half way with the Aloe Vera and then add the jojoba oil 1 teaspoon or more to suit your skin needs. Add less of the Pure Vegetable glycerin & Vitamin E about 1-2 drops (or more to suit your skin needs) to your mixture. As you continue to use this toner, you’ll make the recipe your very own to suit your skin needs. Use any of your DIY recipes quickly. Make small batches to ensure stability and effectiveness. I use this when applying my makeup before foundation to add that little extra moisture and help me to spread foundation evenly on skin. Emily, as an esthetician, I encourage DIY recipes which are great “extra’s to a skincare routine. I also suggest investing in Holistic skincare brands that create the main portion of your skincare. I create most of my skincare but I do also invest in brands that ensure the balance of the pH of the skin. The beauty of DIY is that you get to adjust a recipe to suit your needs! Emily, always skin patch test. Have a beautiful day! Cieloscent

  3. Thank you so much Cieloscent! And as always I love listening to you. You have given me such a wealth of knowledge regarding skincare. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Hi Emily! Thank you so much for listening & for your latest question. When creating this toner/mist simply shake the bottle before each use to mix ingredients. The beauty of DIY that you get to adjust formula according to your own skin needs. I use it as a makeup mist prior to application and sometimes lightly mist afterwards. On the George’s Aloe website there are skincare recipes as well. I still have a regular skincare routine using Holistic products in addition to my DIY skincare. The wonderful world of mixing both. The key to skin is to keep it in balance so less is more with the right ingredients in your skincare. I’ll be sharing more holistic brands as we continue throughout the year to assist you in your skincare selection. Again, Emily I’m delighted to have you part of our community. You are fabulous! Have a beautiful day! Cieloscent

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