Do you tend to have dry skin, especially during the cold winter months? Take a dive into our USDA Organic Certified natural toner that will help soften, plump and hydrate your water parched skin. We started with a gelatinous algin base (thank you again, seaweed) to help pump your skin full of hydration. While seaweed is the natural filters of the ocean, helping to detoxifying and declutter, we sourced our seaweed from unpolluted waters in order to keep our skin care formula the most pure and full of nutrients and minerals, while keeping out any unwanted toxins or junk.
Why You Should Be Using a Toner
If you aren’t already using a natural facial toner in your daily routine, you might be missing a crucial step in your lineup. Not all toners are created equal, though; when finding the perfect natural toner for your skin type, make sure to avoid toners that contain alcohol, menthol, or toxic ingredients such as parabens or synthetic fragrances. The purpose of using a toner is to prime skin and to get it to the perfect pH balance. Unbalanced skin can lead to unhappy, stressed out skin. Toners also help prep your face so the other key players, serum and moisturizer, can easily and deeply penetrate into your skin’s layers.
Toners Restore Skin Balance
Your skin’s perfect pH is a like an idyllic little ecosystem that’s not too acidic and not too alkaline, but just right. If you introduce a product that doesn’t fit into this smooth running system, it can throw the whole operation out of whack, resulting in too dry or too oily skin. It’s important to choose a natural facial toner that works for your skin type, so your skin will feel like goldilocks… just right.
PRO TIP: For oily or acne-prone skin, use our: Tea Tree & Willow Clarifying Astringent. For normal to dry skin, use our: Restorative Sea Culture Hydrating Toner. For dull or lackluster skin, use our: Fermented Rice Water Toner.
Toners Add Extra Hydration
In case you didn’t notice, we’ve included hyaluronic acid in all of our natural toners; that’s the hidden gem who’s pumping your skin with extra hydration. If you’re looking to improve the texture and overall appearance of your skin, you’ll want this ingredient on your beauty shortlist. Hyaluronic acid is something your body produces naturally and works to retain collagen, elasticity, and moisture in your skin. As we age, this precious, natural production starts to slow down, leading to our skin having more trouble retaining moisture: one of the major culprits of aging and dry skin. By adding a toner into your beauty routine, you’ll be adding a much needed drink to extra parched skin.