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8 ways to use our Face Toner

Our Face Toner balances, hydrates, soothes and conditions with multitasking, natural ectoin, smoothing sea kelp and calming liquorice root. It´s a true multitasker - read on for tips on how to use.

1. HYDRATE YOUR SKIN

Close eyes and spray Face Toner on face after cleansing, before oils or creams. Your skin will feel hydrated and ready to go. Especially when using an oil to care for skin, it is crucial to use a good humectant, i.e. a moisturising product, such as our toner, underneath.

2. CLEANSE

Spray face Toner on a cotton pad and wipe face after cleansing, to remove any residue from cleansers.

3. SET MAKEUP

After applying your make-up, spray lightly on your face to set your make-up.

4. PICK-ME-UP

Bring the bottle with you and spray on face as a quick pick-me-up during the day whenever needed. The toner is also a great product to keep your skin hydrated onboard when travelling or logging in hours in front of the computer. Your skin will feel all refreshed again, without transferring your makeup.

5. ONE-STEP HYDRATION AND CARE

Not a fan of creams? Mix a couple of pumps of Face Toner with a few drops of our Face Oil for one step hydration and nourishment. Great for those of you who cant' handle emulsifiers in creams and lotions.

6. AFTER SUN CARE

Sun mess up your skin? Use the Face Toner for natural and vegan after sun care - spritz affected areas to calm and soothe.

7. SCALP TREATMENT

The Face Toner can be applied to the scalp, to tackle issues like itching, dryness, dandruff and scalp acne.

8. POST SUGARING / WAXING

Apply Face Toner on treated areas to soothe irritated skin after sugaring or waxing treatments.

DID YOU KNOW?

An integral part of the balancing, hydrating, soothing and conditioning properties of our Face Toner boils down to ectoin, which is a powerful, small, multi-tasking and natural stress-protection molecule, a so-called extremolyte. From a chemical point of view, it is a cyclic amino acid derivate. Extremolytes protect extremophilic microorganisms and plants from the extreme conditions of their habitats like salt lakes, hot springs, permanent ice or deserts.

The properties of ectoin have been proven by various in-vivo studies: its benefits include long-term moisturisation, diminished skin roughness, skin barrier repair and anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant properties. We get ours from a lovely little company in Germany, where it is produced through biotechnological fermentation from a specific, non-GMO strain of the halophilic bacteria Halomonas elongata.

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