DIY Beauty with Essential Oil: Evolved Witch Hazel Toner 

June 9, 2017

My recent favourite toner is definitely the Witch Hazel Toner. You can purchase this at any drug store at a very low price. I got mine at about $7.

Witch Hazel is my Holy Grail toner that helps me creates a perfect flawless makeup look. While it has all the skin goodness where you can read up here.

I use it only before my makeup and I can see a huge different with my foundation. It tightens my pores completely and creates applying foundation is smoother than ever.

To spice it up a bit, I mix this magical toner with a few drops of Jurlique Balancing Face Oil (you can use any essential oils of your choice) to give my skin a bit of hydra-boost effect.

DIY Beauty with Essential Oil: Evolved Witch Hazel Toner Recipe

To make this Basic Witch Hazel Toner, you will need:

Natural Witch Hazel 

Empty Toner Bottle

2-5 drops of essential oil of your choice

How to make:

As simple as mixing everything together in the bottle and it is ready to rock.


I was a little bit sceptical when everyone else is crazily raving about Witch Hazel Toner. After trying it myself, I can finally understand the craze. It’s very affordable and can be as effective (or better) than any high-end toner. If you haven’t given this a go, try it now and use this toner daily after cleansing and before makeup as your makeup base. You will be amazed by its amazing effect on your skin!

Meanwhile, you can read my Jurlique Skin Balancing Face Oil Review here.

With Love,

Disclaimer: I am not a beauty expert nor a dermatologist. Everyone has different skin and reacts to beauty products differently, I personally tested this product/DIY and have no allergic reaction or so. However, if you experience any discomfort while using this product, please stop immediately and consult a doctor/dermatologist. MinneeMe does not take any responsibility on any reactions/discomfort happened while using this product/DIY.

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