Soothing Facial Toner
Hydrating Botanical Mist
No dryness, itching or irritation
Cooling effect that energizes and invigorates
Preps skin for moisturizing step
Avoid alcohol-based toners.
Most toners are alcohol-based and meant for oily skin, but they strip natural oils, which can leave your skin dry.
As you age, it becomes much more important to moisturize because your skin loses water more easily, A great moisturizing toner, even if you’ve got an arsenal of awesome moisturizers, is a must in your daily routine.
Toners these days have humectant properties, which means they help bind moisture to the skin. And finally, it adds a layer of protection to keep environmental aggressors at bay.
A soothing mist of botanical extracts that refreshes and restores your skin.
This alcohol-free, moisturizing, Soothing Facial Toner gently purifies and immediately rehydrates your canvas.
Our alcohol-free formula made with extracts of quinoa, cucumber, and panthenol, helps balance skin’s natural oil production, preparing skin to lock in hydration from your moisturizer.
Made with botanical extracts that help remove residual impurities and reduce the appearance of pores, just a spritz or two leaves skin feeling soft, balanced and radiant.
What are Peptides?
As collagen deteriorates, it produces certain peptides that send a "message" to your skin that it has lost collagen and needs to generate more.
When skin care peptides are applied topically, your skin "thinks" that it's a collagen break down product and that your body needs to manufacture new collagen.
So you can successfully minimize the appearance of wrinkles and give your skin a more youthful appearance with the application of skin care peptides that promote the production of collagen.
PROUD TO BE
Quinoa and cucumber are packed with natural oils and minerals that help clean acne-prone skin and remove oil. Panthenol promotes hydration and the exposure of new skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and leaving a hydrated, replenished skin.
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