Home :: Homemade Beauty Recipes :: pH Balancer

Homemade pH Balancer

Use this cleansing, restoring rinse after your regular cleansing. Apply with clean sterile cotton balls or gauze or simply splash on, being careful to avoid your eyes:

Basic Balancer
3 cups distilled water
1/3 cups apple cider vinegar
Combine water and vinegar. Pour into a clean decorative decanter and store in the bathroom.

Various essential oils or herb infusions (in place of the plain distilled water) may be added to the basic balancer for fragrance and/or therapuedic value:

For oily skin add one of the following oils or infusions:
Calendula (marigold)
Geranium
Horestail herb
Sage
Yarrow

For dry, sensitive skin add one of the following oils or infusions:
Borage
Cornflower
Houseleek
Lady's Mantle
Marsh mallow (roots and leaves)
Parsley
Sorrel
Sweet Violet (flowers and leaves)

Note: Why not join our forums and keep learning many interesting things while having fun with other forum members? Believe us, you'll just love it. We have over 20,000 members and 70,000+ posts and it is still growing everyday.

Send Page to a Friend

Our Latest Comprehensive Guides
Hair Colouring Gone Wrong
Makeup Tips For A Photogenic Look
Is It Worth Splurging on Beauty Products?
A Guide to Makeup Foundation Primer
Beauty Quick Fixes That Every Woman Should Know
All Natural Hair Treatments for Winters
Nail Care
Facial Massage
Face Masks
Blush: Blusher & Makeup Tips
Skin Types
Punk Hairstyles
Body Care
Home Skin Care
Curly Hair
Homemade Acne Solutions
Celebrity Makeup Tips
Beauty Solutions With Vodka
Beauty Solutions of Coconut Oil

Subsribe to our newsletter and stay tuned with ultimate-cosmetics.com.

Whats up on our blog?

Reader's Favorite Tip
Unable to select database