Won’t strip or harm skin.
This organic aloe toner combines with natural MSM and an organic form of salicylic acid from organic black willow bark to encourage gentle skin cell turnover.
A triple action organic toner that purifies, strengthens, and gently exfoliates skin with each use. The Pore Refining Exfo-Toner treats the causes of enlarged pores and firms pore walls.
Perfectly completes the cleansing process and prepares skin for organic moisture. Leaves skin feeling calm, fresh and toned.
Ideal for acne prone skin and mature skin, but great for all skin types.
Aloe barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Juice, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Polysorbate, *Essential Oils, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Essential Oil, Salix nigra (Organic Black Willowbark) Extract, Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid
Apply to face and neck with a cotton ball morning and night. Allow to dry. Follow with serum and moisturizer.
Ideal for acneic or mature skin.
Organic Aloe Vera
A natural moisturizer and hydrator. Aloe is soothing and healing to all skin types.
Clears pores and gently exfoliates. Encourages cell turnover. A natural source of salicylic acid. Increases skin radiance.
Enhances the skin's elasticity. Repairs damaged skin and calms inflammation. Great for sensitive skin.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
Combats oil production. Natural antiseptic.
Essential Oils (Lavender, Chamomile)
Calms skin, anti-inflammatory properties.
Improves skin immunity.
91% of users reported smaller pores and agreed that their pores felt tighter.
93% agreed their skin felt firmer.
88% said their skin
No parabens or sulfates
No chemical preservatives
No pesticides or chemical fertilizers
Made in the USA
What are the Benefits of Using a Toner?
All skin-types can benefit from using toners. Well formulated toners help to reduce inflammation of the skin, add water-binding agents and natural moisturizing ingredients to the skin, as well as help remove those last traces of make-up and add some lightweight moisturizing ingredients to the skin. They can also provide some antioxidant and anti-irritant protection.
Choosing a Toner.
First, identify what type of skin you have; then look for one specifically formulated for your skin-type. It’s important, then, to find a toner that is as free of irritants as possible.
How do you Use a Toner?
Toners should be used on clean skin and before you moisturize. To apply, add a generous amount to a cotton ball and gently stroke over your face and neck. A well formulated toner should sooth the skin - if it burns, look for a new one immediately.