Beauty Booster- Clarifying Toner
Product InformationCategories: Acne, Beauty Boosters, Best Sellers, Cleansing, Daily Regimen, Dull Complexion, Face, Glow-Getters.
Which skin type is it good for?
What is it:.
Multi-action, refreshing facial mist that tightens pores and refines skin’s texture, while balancing skin pH. Doubles as a make-up setting mist to blot excess oil and give skin a soft, dewy finish.
- Uneven skin tone
- Oily skin and/or T-Zone
- Skin redness
- Mild skin blemishes
- Enlarged pores
- Dull, lackluster complexion
If you want to know more…
The Clarifying Toner is a refreshing facial mist of Rosewater and Witch Hazel. Infused with 22 Certified Organic Extracts and gentle, water-based Salicylic Acid to help tighten pores and improve skin texture. Contains Eucalyptus Extract to break down excess oils on for a soft, radiant complexion. Use the Clarifying Toner to:
- Remove any trace residue after cleansing that may clog pores
- Balance skin pH after cleansing to help reduce skin redness and control oil production
- Help prevent acne breakouts and skin blemishes
- As a makeup primer for flawless makeup blending
- As a makeup setting mist to absorb excess oil and give skin a soft, dewy finish
*Special Tip: Mist Clarifying Toner onto face and back before working out, to help prevent sweat from clogging pores and causing skin blemishes.
What is it formulated WITHOUT:
- BPA Packaging
After cleansing, hold bottle 8 to 10 inches away from the face and gently mist the skin. If you have dry skin, gently tap the skin lightly with your fingertips until product is fully absorbed. If you have oily skin, wipe off any excess with a soft, cotton pad to pick up any oil residue.
To use as a makeup primer, mist directly onto skin before applying foundation to allow makeup to glide onto the skin and blend easily. Continue to mist onto skin when applying contouring creams or foundations.
To set makeup, mist directly onto skin to absorb any excess oil, and give skin a soft, dewy finish.
To use before working out, simply mist onto exposed skin areas and pat any excess into the skin.
22 ORGANIC EXTRACTS – An exclusive complex of 22 potent plant extracts that provide exceptional skin nourishing, skin healing and skin soothing benefits.
ROSEWATER – Has astringent qualities to soothe and tone the skin for a balanced complexion, without drying the skin.
EUCALYPTUS EXTRACT – Purifies the skin by breaking down oil and other residual impurities. Its healing and soothing properties work to reduce inflammation and refine skin texture.
SALICYLIC ACID (Patented Water-Based Version) – Has mild exfoliating properties to remove pore-clogging dead skin cells. Has anti-bacterial properties to help reduce skin redness and mild skin blemishes.
BIOFUSION-3S – An exclusive complex of plant stem cells obtained from the Alp Rose, Gamay Grape and Swiss Apple to help increase the skin vitality, protect against environmental stress, and regenerate new collagen.
Dr. Kaplan is often asked by patients and the media , “Are toners necessary?” Here is his response:
“It’s important to understand that your skin’s optimal pH is about 5.5, which is slightly acidic. In order for cleansers to work effectively to remove oil and impurities from the skin, they must be slightly alkaline. As a result, after your wash your face, the skin is off balance. By using a good quality toner after cleansing, it helps re-balance your skin back to an optimal pH. Just avoid using toners with alcohol, because I believe these are too harsh and irritating for the skin.
Why is optimal skin pH important? Because when skin is too acidic, your sebaceous glands will overcompensate, causing an oily, greasy complexion. This then leads to skin blemishes and acne breakouts. And when skin is too alkaline, it will feel very dry and tight, and be very sensitive. This leads to a very dull, lackluster complexion.
Using an effective toner is a critical step in a proper skincare regimen. By balancing skin pH, good quality toners essentially allows your skin to properly receive all the nutrients from your treatment products, such as serums and moisturizers. An example I give my patients, imagine your skin is like a brand new sponge. A brand new sponge is usually very dry and compact when it comes out of its package. If you try wiping up water with a dry sponge, it does not pick up liquid very well. But if you dampen the sponge first, it expands the sponge and allows you to pick up a lot of liquid. By spending a little time on cleansing and toning your skin properly, you allow your serums and moisturizers to work much more effectively.” – Stuart H. Kaplan, M.D.