So drum roll please....the second natural recipe is for astringent or facial toner. I found this recipe in 2011 and I have been using it ever since. You only need 4 simple ingredients which you probably have in your pantry or bathroom.
You will use equal parts of the all the ingredients with the exception of the tea tree oil. I make mine in big quantities, so I use 8 ounces of each. However, you may choose to use 4 ounces of each or even 3 ounces of each. Just make sure it is equal parts.
3. Add the cooled green tea.
4. Add in 20 or so drops of tea tree oil. The tea tree oil is strong so start off with less, you can always add more later if you like.
5. Shake to mix and that's it!
6. After cleansing your face, give your dispenser a quick shake, squeeze enough astringent to saturate a cotton ball, then apply to your face. Make sure you apply using an upward motion. Using a downward motion, over time, can cause your skin to sag. At times if I am experiencing breakouts, I will just apply, without cleansing, to remove excess oil.