Champagne Toner

 Did you know that Champagne is a good Hydrating toner for your face? If you didn’t, here is the scoop:

*If you are under the drinking age, please get your parent’s permission to do this, thank you!*

Champagne has detoxifying properties and its ability to fight free radicals is pretty cool. It also contains a number of antioxidants thanks to the grapes used to make it. Additionally, the tartaric… acid in champagne helps to lighten and even out skin’s tone and texture. Here’s what you need to do:

Get a small amount of champagne, a small dish and a cotton pad/ball.

Start with a clean face, pour about a sip’s amount of champagne into the dish. Soak the cotton pad in the dish and then wipe the soaked cotton pad all over your face. It should feel incredibly light, cool and refreshing, and you can actually feel the bubbles fizzing! This is the champagne working its detoxifying magic. You’ll be amazed by how much dirt and oil it wipes up, even with a clean face!

This is great for normal to oily skin, but I wouldn’t recommend it for super-dry skin types. While it does contain less alcohol than most store-bought toners and astringents, it’s still not hydrating enough for very dry skin.

Can you believe? Crazy, I know! When I read about this I almost passed out from excitement! LOL – I tried it and it really does work! Let me know how it works out for you!

Stay Beautiful!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Christina
    Jan 09, 2012 @ 22:24:09

    Very interesting, had no idea! 🙂


  2. lovelylin
    Jan 09, 2012 @ 22:40:53

    Awesome! Remember to tone after you’ve cleansed your face! Let me know how it works out! ❤


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