22 Best Toners and Astringents
Toners sometimes get a bad rap. But if you've got dry or oily skin, using one can transform your complexion. Here's how to find the right toner for your skin type
Why it's great: If you're someone who avoids toners because they dry your skin out, readers suggest that this toner might be for you. "I could drink this stuff," says one reader, who adds that it's "wonderful for soothing sensitive skin," because it "balances without tightening." Another reader says that it's "extremely gentle and soothing," even on her dry skin. One TotalBeauty.com member says her skin was "noticeably better" after using this toner for just a week, and now considers it the "secret to beautiful skin." Readers all agree that the "soft lavender smell" is "gentle and soothing," just like the formula itself.
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