This facial toner is the ultimate hydrating and refreshing toner / mist. This toner with aloe vera, extracts of sage, burdock, St. John's wort and orange flower water has a moisture-retaining effect and helps moisturize the skin. Sage, Yarrow and Burdock provide a boost of hydration and revitalize tired skin, while St. John's Wort works to remove excess oil from the skin. Orange blossom water soothes irritations. Also use the facial toner as a refresher during the day or during a long flight, for fixing make-up or as a soothing effect after shave.
Facial Toner, 100 ml
Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis): Aloe Vera is one of the most complete cosmetic active ingredients. The power of succulents (such as Aloe vera) to survive in harsh environments is due to their incredible ability to retain moisture. They are also highly anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and antibacterial. All of these factors make succulents excellent in skin care formulas. They have exceptional moisturizing, skin-repairing properties and are very anti-inflammatory and soothing. Orange blossom water (Citrus aurantium amara): Orange blossom extract, with regenerative and moisturizing properties. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium): A plant with astringent and sebum-regulating properties. Helps with oily skin to control sebum production and deeply cleanses the skin. St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum): It is used in cosmetics for its anti-inflammatory, soothing and antibacterial action. Soothes sensitive skin for its purifying and strengthening properties. Burdock (Arctium majus): Water-soluble extract with purifying properties. Helps regulate sebum production. Very rich in antioxidants to help reduce the signs of skin aging. Sage (Salvia officinalis): Sage extract regulates the amount of fat produced by the skin's sebaceous glands. Sage nourishes the skin and regulates sweating, is anti-microbial and fortifying.INGREDIENTS Previous TUTORIAL Watch the tutorial videos with instructions. Pro Tips For Glowing Skin & Natural Body & Hair Treatment View All TutorialsNext