Toner 101

 

Nothing feels as good as cleansing skin after a long day of running errands or right after waking up. Though cleansing helps remove toxins, it can leave skin feeling stripped and craving to be replenished with feel-good nutrients. That's where toning comes in. A toner acts as a second cleansing step - giving skin that extra dose of TLC it's missing. Toners help hydrate, balance pH, and bring back those stripped off nutrients like vitamins and antioxidants. 

How to Use

We have three different Witch Hazel Facial Toners— Tea Tree, Rosewater, and Lavender —all made using pure essential oils and natural astringent Witch Hazel that helps hydrate skin and purify pores. 

The most common way to use a toner is after cleansing to help remove all the dirt and toxins your regular cleanser might have missed. This gives skin a deeper cleanse and allows it to better absorb skincare products. Our toners can also be used to freshen up skin throughout the day, after applying makeup as a setting spray, and for an extra hydro-boost after moisturizing. 

Which Toner Should I Use?

Tea Tree Witch Hazel

Tea Tree Oil has both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce the appearance of redness and irritation by targeting blemish causing impurities. Paired with Witch Hazel’s astringent properties that gently purify and refine pores, this toner is especially beneficial for those with oily, blemish-prone skin to promote a clean, balanced complexion.

Rosewater Witch Hazel 

Alongside the bonus of a gentle rose scent, our Rosewater Toner contains skin-soothing properties that work great to hydrate and balance oil production in dry, sensitive skin and leave it feeling healthy and petal soft after each mist.

Lavender Witch Hazel

Our Lavender Witch Hazel works well for those with combination or sensitive skin. Lavender contains anti-inflammatory properties that help calm blemishes and reduce the appearance of redness and irritation so skin feels happy, hydrated and smooth. 

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