Toner Face Pads
You could substitute the Lavender for Geranium (a great oil for skin). Or you could use Ylang Ylang if you have oily skin; Sandalwood if you have dry skin; or Roman Chamomile if you have dry, irritated and ageing skin.
Place Face Pads in a container (I reused an old container for eye make-up remover pads). In a small bowl, mix together the Copaiba, Melaleuca, Frankincense and Lavender. Add the Witch Hazel and Water.
Pour the liquid over the Face Pads and flip them around so that all of the liquid soaks in. Use as necessary, replacing the lid each time.
Sylvia says: “They are so easy to make (less that 30 seconds) and are gentle, cooling and leave your face feeling soft and nourished. I would highly recommend them and I have already made a second batch and included 1/4 teaspoon of vitamin E oil. Rina agreed that the Toner Face Pads were super quick and easy to make and that they leave your skin feeling refreshed and smooth. This is one of our favourite recipes yet!”