Champagne Toner Recipe
Posted on June 06 2017
Don’t throw that half full bottle of champagne away! Keep it and make a oily busting facial toner. Quiet as it is kept, champagne isn’t just good for drinking. Champagne contains the potent antioxidant resveratrol and can be used to create a quick facial toner. The polyphenols in champagne can help reduce skin redness and inflammation.
Folks with acne prone or oily skin could probably benefit the most from a champagne toner because the high concentration of antioxidants in champagne helps to soak up excess oils that if left unattended to can clog the pores and result in more breakouts. To make your champagne toner, you will need to put the champagne back in the fridge so it is chilled. After cleansing your skin, take the cotton ball soaked in champagne and sweep the cotton ball over your face. You can wash the champagne off or leave it on and follow up with a moisturizer. It’s really that easy.