Fav Toner...good toner...I usually do a pump into a cotton pad to help with light exfoliation after I cleanse my face on days that I've had makeup on, and on days that I go bare faced, I just directly pump it into my hands and pat it into my face for a nice refreshing treatment....In all, while it feels like a great refresher and might work well for dry or aging skin, or the type of skin that never, EVER gets a pimple or a hint of oil, it did more harm than good for me and the high price just added insult to injury.
Which skin type is it good for?
What it is:
A hydrating toner that soothes and strengthens the skin, boosting the effectiveness of your entire skincare regimen.
- Dullness and uneven texture
If you want to know more…
A game-changing step in your skincare regimen, the Moisturizing Toner removes final traces of makeup and impurities, while also balancing your skin's pH level, thus prepping your skin to soak up any serum or moisturizer. Powered by highly-concentrated Vinolevure®, Caudalie's exclusive ingredient extracted from wine yeast, this toner retexturizes skin to feel softer and strengthens the skin's natural defense system over time. Castor oil adds additional nourishment, leaving the skin supple and bouncy. Use this deeply hydrating formula on eyes as well to strengthen this delicate skin and prepare the skin to best absorb eye cream. Its naturally refreshing scent blends notes of citrus flower, orange tree leaves, watermelon, and crushed mint.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
"After that, I’ll use a toner that’s formulated for dry skin. Like many Korean women, I love Caudalie’s Moisturizing Toner. Toners not only balance your skin’s pH, they also have some sort of hydrating agent. This one kick-starts your whole moisturizing process."Alicia Yoon
This product is vegan, non-toxic, cruelty-free, dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested, hypoallergenic, safe for sensitive skin, and free of all synthetic chemicals, gluten, GMOs, and fillers.