Balancing Toner Poresolution
This alcohol-free toner is formulated with 98% botanical extracts helps balance skin’s pH levels for fresher skin. With the addition of this toner to your skincare regime, it will help treatments and serums to penetrate more effectively. This non-drying, tone balancer gently exfoliates to help refine and clear clogged pores and promote smooth, even complexion. Removing dead skin cells and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Glycerin help seal in moisture and maintain skin’s water balance on an intercellular level. Stimulate skin cells to rejuvenate to treat acne-prone skin and wrinkles.
Rosa Canina Fruit Oil is associated with anti-aging that help reduce inflammation and fine lines. High level of essential fatty acids help skin hold moisture and reduce dryness. Encourages skin to repair after over-exposure to the sun and burns thus reduce scars and skin damage.
Prunus Yedoensis Leaf Extract strength skin protection from harmful sun exposure, anti-inflammation, restore damaged skin and regenerating skin cells for healthy and beautiful skin.
Hydrogenated Castor Oil has antiviral and antibacterial properties that fight skin infections. Soother sensitive skin that is irritated and inflamed. Help reduce acne bacteria and render the growth of harmful microbes and pull excess dirt from the epidermis. Soften and smooth dry, parched skin.
Rosa damascena Flower Water, Prunus Yedoensis Leaf Extract, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Lees Extract, Sphingomonas Ferment Extract, Alcaligenes Polysaccharides, Ceramide-3, Citric Acid.
After cleansing, apply Balancing Toner onto face and neck with a cotton ball. Do not rinse off. Follow with Sakura Regimen.
Q: Why are toner important?
A: Theoretically, toner completes the cleansing process. They maintain the PH of your skin. Cleansers tend to be more alkaline and your PH is more acid, so toners maintain that balance of your skin. Some people do without it, but it would be better for your skin to use it. Your skin will eventually return to its normal PH level after awhile but using a toner will speed up the process.
Q: Is toner only for oily or acne-prone skin?
A: No. Toners are high quality and made with many of the same ingredients you might find in your other skin-care products. Regardless of your skin type, we recommend using an alcohol-free formula, since alcohol can majorly dry out your complexion.
Q: How do you apply it?
A: After cleansing your skin, pour two to three drops onto a cotton pad. This works best because it doesn’t absorb too much of the liquid and easily transfers product to your face. Make sure you get enough product on the cotton pad so that it feels damp but not too wet so that you’re wasting the liquid. Smooth a small amount across your face, neck, and décolletage, adding enough pressure to reach deep into your pores but not too much force so as to pull at the skin.
Q: How often should you use it?
A: While it’s true that overuse of toners can cause your pores to overproduce oil (a natural defense mechanism when your glands feel too stripped of moisture). It’s safe to apply both morning and night, especially if you’re oily. Use it directly after you cleanse your face, before any serums and treatment products, as a second defense against that dirt and grease.
Q: Why are alcohol-based toners bad for skin that are acne-prone?
A: Alcohol-based products for acne can actually increase your breakouts. Alcohol can cause more irritation and causes the skin the inability to heal effectively. Itcan actually increase oil production in the skin causing it to be counteracted when treating acne. Alcohol-based toners frequently over dry the skin and therefore the user will frequently apply heavier moisturizers to compensate. This will increase the potential for more severe acne.
- Benefits : Cleansing, Nourishing
- Container Type : Bottle
- Country of Origin : Japan
- Material Type : Liquid
- Size : 6.7 FL OZ
- Skin Type : Sensitive