An Apple A Day: Why Apples Are So Good For Your Skin

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Toners are like exercise for your skin—they keep your pores lean and mean.
For an apple-cheeked fresh face, try this beauty brew.
It’s especially gentle, so it’s okay for dry skin.

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Makes 10 ounces

You will need:

²/3 cup apple cider vinegar
²/3 cup water
10-ounce decorative bottle with a narrow opening washed and dried (an apple shaped Martinelli’s Gold Medal juice bottle works great)
Homemade label (optional)
1 foot red satin ribbon (optional)
Cotton balls

[1] In a small bowl, stir together vinegar and water. Pour the mixture into your decorative bottle.

[2] If you like, attach your label to the bottle and tie the ribbon around the neck. Instant cosmetic boutique chic, yes?

[3] Shake well and apply toner to your freshly washed face with a cotton ball.
Don’t wash it off, just let it dry. Admire your tiny pores.
Follow with your usual moisturizer, if you use one.

Note
An old jam or jelly jar makes a neat container for cotton balls.