Natural Calming Toner 120ml
A Natural, alcohol free toner for sensitive skin to soothe and calm.
Alcohol free hydration for your skin (many commercial toners contain alcohol).
This Natural Calming Toner is great for calming and toning up the skin after washing and preparing the skin ready for moisturisation. Pure natural rose hydrolat is an uplifting aromatic floral water, acclaimed through the ages for its use in natural skin and hair care. By combining this precious hydrolat with a blend of natural ingredients including cucumber, we have created a gentle purifying and stimulating toner that leaves the skin’s surface naturally hydrated and balanced whilst refreshing and uplifting the senses. Also good for spritzing any time for a quick refresher (much better than using wet wipes that are full of chemicals) and for reducing redness and inflammation. Great when feeling hot or flushed. Subtle scent.
Contains rose to purify and refine skin texture.
- Rosewater helps to maintain your skin’s pH balance.
- It helps fight acne, dermatitis and eczema.
- Rose water hydrates, revitalises and moisturises the skin, and makes it smooth.
- It also helps to heal scars, cuts and wounds.
- Rose water cools the skin.
- It helps to tone the skin. It also has anti-bacterial properties.
- The antioxidant properties of rose water help to strengthen skin cells and regenerate skin tissues.
- It also helps to revitalise ageing skin and keeps fine lines and wrinkles at bay.
Contains cucumber to tone, refresh and hydrate.
- Revitalises Skin
- Controls Puffiness Of The Eyes
- Helps Soothe Sunburn
- Rejuvenates Skin
- Treats Open Pores
- Reduces Dark Circles
- Treats Blemishes
Suitable for all skin types including sensitive or irritated; use after cleansing to prepare the skin for moisturiser.
A common debate rages in the beauty world: Do toners play a critical role in a skin care regimen or are they an unnecessary step in the cleanse-tone-moisturize process?
Dr. Howard Murad, MD, a Los Angeles-based dermatologist, backs those of us on the pro-toner side. He says toning is an essential step in any healthy skincare regimen. “I find that using a toner is just as crucial as cleansing, as it restores the skin’s natural pH balance,” says Murad. Have dry or sensitive skin? Use an alcohol-free toner. Those with dry skin should avoid using astringents or toners that have retinols, glycolics, or benzoyl peroxide in them. These will be “too drying and may even cause the skin to break out,” says Newman. Instead, look for one that is water-based and has ingredients like rosewater or chamomile extracts, and vitamin B derivatives like panthenol, which help lock in moisture and prevent makeup from looking cakey.
After cleansing, spritz onto face and wipe off with a cotton pad.
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