Is a Facial Toner Necessary for Skincare Routine?
Posted on December 19 2017
The main purpose of a facial toner is to replenish and nourish dehydrated skin after cleansing. This is an essential step that cannot be skipped as it significantly and visibly, improves your skin. An efficient post-cleansing spritz also helps to minimise pores and brightens skin, so that your skin is prepped for the subsequent dose of skin-pampering routine.
- Provide essential Ingredients
- Hydrate & replenish Skin
- Provide additional cleansing
At SW1 Shop, we heard the woes of distressed skin. We specially formulated two facial toners targeted for two of the most common skin problems--- dull and imbalanced skin.
Combining the skin-reviving ability of rose and anti-aging power of ginseng, this gentle and oil-free facial toner synergise together to bestow parched rough skin a kiss of life.
Rose users are known to lavish on a rosy after-glow complexion. This floral gift from nature nurtures your skin with potent nourishment and hydration. Prized as a formidable anti-aging ingredient,
Ginseng has many phytonutrients that work magic for your skin.
This powerful age-rebel also helps to tone and gives a glistening glow to your skin. Other than a celebrity glow, this brightening facial toner is also supercharged with alpha-hydroxy acids--- your crinkles look less visible and your skin smoother and oh-so revitalised.
Are you suffering from imbalance and irritated skin problems such as acne outbreaks and dryness? Calm your skin with this soothing toner that is packed with loads of antioxidants and benefits from aloe vera and cucumber.
Aloe vera contains a plethora of antioxidants which include beta carotene, vitamin C and E. They work hand in hand together to improve the skin's natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated over an extended period of time. Found in cucumber, vitamin C and caffeic acid help to reduce inflammation and soothe irritated skin. Your skin is also drenched with moisturise thanks to cucumber's high water content.