A toner that is in accordance with your skin type can restore skin’s pH balance, and can give your skin a younger, fresher and smoother appearance. Let’s find out how you can choose the best toner for your skin and some IMBB picks too.
For Oily Skin
Ladies with oily skin make the mistake of using alcohol-based toners which zap the oiliness for some time, but most of them don’t know that our skin compensates for that oil loss by producing more oil. People with oily skin can choose the skin toners that have AHAs and salicylic acid in them. These ingredients will provide the much needed refreshing feeling and will also keep blemishes and acne at bay.
For Dry Skin
Dry skin type can get the most benefits out of a toner. Go for hydrating toners with nourishing oils and moisturisers. A toner is extremely beneficial for dry skinned beauties as it helps form a base for moisturisers and serums to get absorbed deeper into the skin. A good toner also makes our skin more receptive to all the makeup that is going to follow up.
For Sensitive Skin
Go for skin toners having witch hazel extract as it will counteract the irritation that can occur after washing your face with water. Witch hazel is a wonder ingredient for sensitive skin as it is anti-bacterial, it protects the skin, and tightens it too.
A brilliantly formulated toner which is infused with vitamins, antioxidants, peptides, and gentle exfoliants can be a great addition for your oily skin. It provides an extra layer of defence in between your cleanser and your moisturisers and provides anti-aging benefits.
⦁ Paula’s Choice Resist Replenishing Toner
⦁ La Mer The Treatment Lotion
⦁ SK-II Facial Treatment Essence
⦁ La Prairie Cellular Refining Lotion
For Normal Skin
A skin that is neither dry nor oily can benefit from different toners for different seasons. A refreshing toner for summer time and a moisturising one for the winters should be your pick.
For Combination Skin
If your skin is oily on your forehead, nose, and chin and dry to normal on your cheeks and jaw area then you have combination skin. You need to be very careful with a toner. You need a gentle, alcohol-free toner with ingredients that help normalise your skin, so you’ll see less dryness and reduced oiliness.
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