Say yes to toners, infographic
One of the most frequently asked question that I get from my clients is “do I really need a toner or not?” As a representative of a skincare company of course I am responsible to say yes and give all the pro arguments. However, I personally am a strong believer that a toner is useful, I use one on a regular basis and here’s why.
If you have problematic skin (oily, acne-prone) a toner is a good complementary product that will definitely maximize the results that you expect to achieve with your skincare routine.
Of course, nobody can say that toners are treatment products, even though some people might get confused with the names and description given to products by companies these days. If you hold in your hand a product that has the name “Skin Purifying Mist” that supposedly “dries out inflamed acne” that doesn’t mean it’s an actual treatment product.
A lotion, mist, water, facial-spray, call it whatever, will always be a toner no matter what other fancy adjectives are around them, and once again, by toners I mean complementary skincare product, that are good to have but the sky won’t fall on you if you don’t.
What’s good about toners is that they rose from the original category of “cleansing” products to something more, they can effectively support the treatment process of different skin issue (oiliness, acne, dehydration) because of their active ingredients that they are formulated with. If you are looking for a toner check out Best 10 toners under 20$ for oily skin.
With that being said, I am a “go-go toners” type of customer and I actually came across a very informative infographic that talks about other additional benefits of toners that you might find interesting. I know I did and I’d love to hear your opinion too.