Removes Remaining Dirt or Makeup,
Cleanser Residue and Dead Skin
Cells Not Removed By Exfoliating.
Helps Restore Skin
Skin’s PH Balance
Reveals Fresh Skin and Pores
Effectively Cleansed and Ready To
Absorb Serums, Moisturizer, and Your
Other Skin Care Products
When you wash your face, you remove surface level impurities and oiliness, but you’ll be left with trace impurities. You’ll also be left with a thin film from your cleanser, which is not designed to be left on your skin. If you’ve just done an exfoliation, you’ll be left with a layer of dead skin cells sitting on the top of your skin.
Toners will remove excess dirt after cleansing, makeup that remains, cleanser residue and remaining dead skin cells you just sloughed off by exfoliating. This will make your skin ready to absorb serums, moisturizer and your other skin care products.
Many people with dry skin associate toners with harsh ingredients, so they don’t use them. But the toners of today have soothing agents to reduce redness and irritation and to hydrate and soothe dry skin. Hydrating and soothing toners help to cleanse the skin further, without removing the skin’s natural oils. In some cases, they can even help to alleviate dryness and flaking.
A well-formulated toner for combination skin will help nourish dry skin and minimize oiliness at the same time—and it won’t make the dry areas drier or the oily areas oilier.
Toner also smooths skin by refining rough patches and improves skin tone and alleviates any temporary redness and discomfort. It also offers extra hydration, minimizes the appearance of pores, temporarily tightens skin, and more.
When added to your daily skincare routine and used regularly, it can have major positive impact on the appearance and tightness of your pores and reduce the appearance of premature skin aging,
When it comes to glowing, healthy-looking skin, toner is a key step in your routine.