4 Common questions about toner answered 4 Common questions about toner answered

4 Common questions about toner answered

Toner has always remained like a mystery skincare product, we use it, but we don't really know what it does. These are 4 common questions about toner finally answered.

Toner is the kind of product that you are not quite sure why you should include in your routine. It looks like plain water, and it does not really have visible effects after applying it. But it does have a clear purpose.

4 Common questions about toner answered

4 Common questions about toner answered 

 1. What does a toner do?

Toners are designed to prep your skin before applying serums and moisturizers, and they also help remove any impurities from your skin. It is also essential to balance your skin pH level, especially after cleansing and exfoliating. Last, but not least, toners contain ingredients that can supplement your skin skincare treatments. For dry skin, choose a toner that contains moisturizing ingredients, for oily skin you should definitely go for a pH balancing cleansing toner.

2. Can toners dry my skin?

If you have ever used toners in the past, you might have experienced some dryness, this is because you might have used an astringent toner which is most likely alcohol-based. If your skin is sensitive or dry stay away from these formulas, there are several other options. 

3. What's the difference between a toner and cleansing water?

Cleansing water is formulated as the second step of a double cleansing routine. Cleansing waters are meant to be used after an oil-based cleanser and before toners 

4. How do I apply toner?

 4. How do I apply toner?

 You can apply it into the parm of your hands and pat it gently on your skin, or you can also saturate a cotton pad with the product and sweep it over the face. If you have acne-prone skin, avoid using your hands so as not to transfer bacteria to your skin.

The bottom line

Toners are somehow invisible but they help level up your skincare routine So, yes, including a toner into your skincare routine is worth all the hype

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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