Does Your Skin Need a Toner?

Do you include a toner in your skin care regimen, or even know why you should use one? Let’s discover the who’s and why’s of skin toners in skincare today!

A skin toner, also sometimes called toner, astringent, clarifying lotion or freshener, is a liquid or lotion that is used to wipe or wash the skin, primarily on the face. A skin toner is often used after washing the face with soap and water and before applying moisturizer or makeup, and is used to reduce the size of pores and remove excess oil. Skin toners refresh, tighten, cleanse and moisturize the skin for a healthy glow. They should be incorporated into daily skin-care regimen for radiant results.

Although one should be taking care of their all skin year round, it become all the more important to take skin care regimen super-seriously during summer time. To control all of the dirt, oil and clog that can be brought about by the warm-weather months use a gentle, soothing toner to remove oil and traces of dirt and grime. Toners are most helpful and necessary for people with oily or acne-prone skin, or for people who want extra cleansing after wearing makeup or other heavy skin products such as sunscreen.

Some of the many benefits that the regular use of skin toners bring about are as follows:-

PH BALANCE

Facial toners help to balance the pH, or potential hydrogen, level of your skin. pH levels are an indication of the acidity level of your skin and are measured on a scale of 0 to 14, with 7 being the most neutral level. Having a balanced pH level means your skin is less prone to oiliness and infection, creating a more vibrant and smoother appearance.

DETOXIFICATION

Many toxins that affect the health and appearance of your skin come from industrial-made chemicals. Facial toners work to remove environmental toxins such as smoke, smog and other chemical residues from your skin. This helps your skin to look brighter and healthier, and long-term benefits may include less acne, less severe acne scarring and fewer wrinkles.

PORE SHRINKAGE AND TIGHTENING

Large facial pores allow more dirt, oil and toxins to enter the skin and cause irritation and infections. Facial toners tighten your facial pores, allowing fewer oils and toxins to settle into the skin. This creates a fresher, cleaner and less oily appearance while preventing acne.

ACNE REDUCTION

Acne can be painful and unsightly and can lead to facial scarring. It can also cause your skin to appear more oily, dull and and unbalanced. By removing oily buildup, residue and dead skin cells, facial toners assist in reducing the amount of facial blemishes and acne you may already have and work to prevent future breakouts.

HYDRATION AND NOURISHMENT

Facial toners provide hydration to your skin, which is essential to maintaining elasticity, smoothness, moisture and a more youthful appearance. Proper skin hydration reduces the signs of aging skin and provides an effective base for the application of facial cosmetics. Many facial toners also provide vitamins and other essential skin nutrients to keep your skin healthy and balanced.

VERSATILITY

Facial toners can also be used for cleaning in and around your ears and for reducing oily deposits on your back, chest and arms, where acne also tends to form

Have a look at the range of Toners on BasharaCare:

Hydrating Toner by MuradThis classic toner rebalances and rehydrates skin while neutralizing surface impurities.

Acne Toner by Clinicians ComplexThis antibacterial formula is excellent for oily, acne prone skin. Salicylic acid is a gentle beta hydroxy acid, which aids in the exfoliation process while providing antibacterial qualities.

Moisture Balance Toner by Exuviance: This soothing and refreshing face toner is formulated to restore the natural pH balance and enhance the overall clarity of your skin.

 

Injeel Firoz

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