Soothing Facial Rinse

alcohol-free toner for all skin types

Soothing Facial Rinse

Soothing Facial Rinse

alcohol-free toner for all skin types

This calming, oil-free formula gently hydrates and refreshes skin after cleansing without making it feel dry or tight.

  • Hydrates and conditions skin with a blend of plant and Algae Extracts
  • Contains a blend of Arnica montana Extract, Grape Seed Extract and Vitamin K
  • Keeps skin at its optimum pH level

Who benefits - All skin types, especially those with sensitive skin.

After cleansing, saturate a cotton pad with toner. Gently swipe across face. Avoid eye area. Use twice daily.

  • Arnica Montana Extract. High in Flavonoids for antioxidant benefits. Calms and soothes the skin.
  • Allantoin. Moisturizes and soothes the skin.
  • Red & Brown Algae Extracts. Naturally moisturizes the skin.
  • Bisabolol. Derived from the German Chamomile to naturally soothe skin.
  • Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5). Moisturizes and nourishes the skin.
  • Grape Seed Extract. Provides potent antioxidant benefits.
  1. Why do I need to use a toner? Depending upon the type, a toner can act like a final rinse to the skin after cleansing or it can help restore the skin’s pH. It also helps prepare the skin for other products. Those with normal, dry or sensitive skin should use an alcohol-free toner.
  2. What are the ingredients that help soothe and nourish the skin? Allantoin, Aloe, Bisabolol and Chamomile calm the skin. Red and Brown Algae Extracts and an extract from Seaweed nourish and hydrate the skin.
  3. When should I use this product? Use twice daily following Gentle Cleansing Lotion, Brightening Facial Wash, or Papaya Enzyme Cleanser.
  4. Toners have made my skin tingle and feel tight, but this one doesn’t. Is it working? Most toners that make your skin feel tight usually contain Denatured Alcohol and/or Witch Hazel. Soothing Facial Rinse does not contain either one of these ingredients as it was formulated to be used by all skin types, especially sensitive skin.

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