Do you need to use toner? Should I? Is it worth it?
We vote yes!
Sure, you can get get away without it, but why not sneak a few extra benefits for you skin into your routine.
Toner is used to remove residual dirt and makeup after cleansing. She used to have a bad wrap back in the day for being a little too effective and drying out the skin. But, this product has had a glow-up in the last few years. Toners are now packed full of active ingredients-our new and improved baby girl can minimize the appearance of pores, exfoliate, and provide anti-aging benefits.
So what's a girl to do with all of the choices?
Well it depends on your skin type love.
Oily Skin: Look for Aloe Vera, Lavender, Salicylic acid, tea tree oil, glycolic acid, and niacinamide
We recommend: Lush Cosmetics tea tree water
Clogged Pores: Look for ingredients like AHAs, BHA, Salicylic Acid.
Pro-tip: steam your face before cleansing and toning for better product penetration.
We recommend: Peach & Lily The Good Acids Pore toner
Dry Skin: AHAs to remove dry flaky skin and allow new skin to shine through, and hyaluronic acid to draw moisture to the skin.
We recommend: Caudalie Moisturizing Toner
Combination: This is a tricky one-aim for a toner with AHA/BHA and moisturizing ingredients
We recommend: Cosrx AHA/BHA clarifying cleanser
Sensitive Skin: Aloe Vera to soothe inflammation and irritation while hydrating
We recommend: Mario Badescu Aloe Vera Toner