A Natural Toner Is The Most Over Looked Step In Most Skin Care Routines And Maybe The Solution To Your Skin's Problems
Natural toners are used in between cleansing and moisturizing and is something everyone should include in their personal skin care routine.
Most people are under the impression that a good natural cleanser and
moisturizer are all you need to keep your skin healthy. While they are very important adding a toner can make all the difference in the href="http://www.my-natural-skin.com/#"world.
What exactly do toners do?
- A toner first of all will remove any dirt or toxins left
behind by your cleanser. There will always be some dirt left behind
regardless how you clean your face.
- Toners restore the natural ph balance of your skin which is important especially if you have oily skin.
- A toner cannot actually shrink your pores but they do reduce
the look of them by tightening up the outer layer of skin. It also
results in smoother and firmer looking skin.
- With pores deep cleaned any nutrients put on your skin will
be absorbed deep into the layers and will be much more effective and
- If you suffer from acne and you have never used a toner this could be your answer. Toners are excellent for helping clear
acne and at keeping it away. Add a toner that is made for acne prone
skin and within a week I guarantee you will see a big difference.
- Most people don't know this but a good toner also hydrates
the skin as well. If you want a quick refresher during the day a toner
will do the trick. I sometimes use toner a couple of times a day
especially if I'm doing anything that makes me sweat or just makes my
face feel dirty. It's a nice little pick me up for your skin.
- A natural toner can help even out your skins color tone.
What are common natural ingredients found in toners?
Here are some of the most common ingredients...
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Aloe Vera
- Witch Hazel
- Rose Water
- Sandal Wood Oil
- Lavender Oil
- Carrot Seed Oil
If you are purchasing already made toner be sure there is no Alcohol, Acetone or Benzoyl Peroxide in it and that it is made naturally. These dry your skin causing it to produce more oil which can be bad for acne
prone skin. It just causes a vicious cycle of too dry or too oily of
skin and you will never achieve the results you want. Make sure your
toner has all natural ingredients and is meant for your skin type.
Try adding a natural toner to your skin care routine and you will not
be disappointed! You will have clear, smooth fresh looking skin!
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