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How To Make Tonic Facial Toners With Floral Waters

Posted by Admin on June, 27, 2011

No matter how many innovations take place in the beauty care products, natural products still have their own essence and significance. Recent years have especially seen a growing inclination of people towards the products derived from Mother Nature. Be it the skin care products or hair care products, the natural products have gained a lot of prominence. Women especially like to take care of their face and want their face to have a distinct glow. For this purpose, a number of products are available, which can enhance the glow of the face and rejuvenate the skin. Toners are most commonly used by women as they help in closing the open pores of the face, thus preventing dirt and dust from entering and blocking them. Floral Waters have proved to be highly effective facial toners as they help in restoring, healing, soothing and gently cleansing the skin.

The floral waters also act as great substitutes for essential oils because they can be used even on sensitive skin where essential oils are a bit unsuitable. Floral toners can be prepared into moisturizing preparations and can used directly even on the skin of a baby. With their subtle fragrance and touch of nature they act as great skin care agents. The floral waters can be used in different types of naturally made skin care products as they add the essential minerals and vitamins to the product. Different flowers are used for making the floral toners and therefore, each one has its own properties and benefits. Rose water is the most popular and most commonly used floral toner. It is soothing and cooling to the skin and can be used on all skin types, especially dry and sensitive skin.

Toner made out of Jasmine flower is suitable for dry and sensitive skin and has a soothing and uplifting effect on the skin. Bergamot flower has antiseptic & wound healing properties and floral water derived from it can be used to eczema, psoriasis and acne. In the scorching summer months, Chamomile proves to be an excellent calming and soothing agent, which can be used as an evening face and body spray. It is also good for inflamed eyes and skin. Grapefruit acts as an antiseptic as well as astringent and also has wound healing and mild circulatory stimulating properties. Lavender flower is quite soothing and Lavender water helps in dealing with blemished skin, acne, eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.

Other flowers like Rosalina and Hazel also have some great skin care properties and their floral waters are used to enhance the skin texture. Women now prefer to have a touch of nature on their skin rather than artificial cosmetics which eventually harm the skin. The Floral Waters not only enhance the skin when they are used but have everlasting effects, which can make you look younger for years.



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