DIY Dry Skin Rose Water Toner You must be wondering why would I need a toner for dry skin? You are right to some extent because dry skin per se does not need toner, as the core function of a toner is to remove oils.

Hence, for dry skin you need a toner of such a type, which is specifically designed not only to clean the skin but also to hydrate it. Read on here for a dry skin homemade toner recipe that can help keep your dry skin super cleansed, well hydrated and moisturized.

So, you are now excited to clean and hydrate your dry skin with this easy wonderful recipe?

How To Make Glycerin And Rosewater Face Toner For Dry Skin?

Rosewater and glycerin mixture is an amazing toner. It helps to balance and keep your skin well nourished and hydrated. With its moisturizing and hydrating properties, this mixture also helps in preventing premature aging of skin.

(i) Glycerin is a natural humectant that works by absorbing moisture from the environment and providing it to your skin. The best thing about glycerin is that it moisturizes the skin without making it oily.

(ii) Rose water supplies not only the water component to glycerin, which is needed by your skin but also bestows calming and anti-aging benefits. After a tiring day, you can simply spray rose water on your face for getting a cooling and relaxing feel on your skin. Visit this link for homemade rose water recipe.

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You will need:

(i) Rosewater: 30 ml

(ii) Glycerin: 5 ml


What you need is to just combine rose water and glycerin in a clean airtight bottle. You can also keep it in a spray bottle and just spray it anytime during the day when your skin feels dry. Make sure to shake well the bottle/spray bottle before you use it. It will give your skin a healthy glow and dewy look.

Caution: Just as a precaution, spray a little bit of the toner on your wrist before using it on your face. If you get any kind of irritation don’t use it. But it happens in a very-very rare case. As these two ingredients are the most skin friendly.

How To Use Dry Skin Toner?

(i) Wash your face with a dry skin face wash.  Pat dry your face. Don’t rub your face with towel.

(ii) Take a small amount of the toner on a cotton ball or pad and wipe your face until you don’t get any residue on the cotton.

(iii) You can use it two times a day after washing your face in morning and night.

(iv) If you feel your face is oily during the day, then you may do a quick clean up with this toner to wipe off extra oils, but avoid washing your face more than twice in a day.

How Long You Can Store?

You can store this toner in a dark glass bottle or tinted spray bottle in a cool, dry and dark place up to 21 to 30 days or even longer. The best part about this toner is that you don’t need to keep it in a fridge.

Natural Beauty Tip: This homemade skin toner for dry skin is unlikely to cause any side effects. In case, you have super-sensitive skin then just test check on your wrist before using on face. Glycerin gives a little sticky (but its not oily) and warm feeling on its application; if you want you can either reduce its concentration or completely omit it.

Note: We do not recommend adding fancy ingredients like mint leaves, green tea, oranges, strawberries, etc. Let it be a simple and easy diy recipe. Your skin should not be burdened with too many active ingredients; they can do more harm than good.

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