22 Best Toners and Astringents
Toners 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
No. 19: Clean & Clear Deep Cleaning Astringent Sensitive Skin, $4.49Best for: Sensitive to combination skin.
TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 8.3*
Why: "This astringent is good at getting the guck off my face," and "it does the job without drying my skin or making me break out in a rash," says one reader. Another says it leaves "my skin feeling soft and extremely clean" and "closes pores really well." If you wake up to find a blemish, "one use of the astringent [dries it] up and [it's] gone the next day!" Reviewers also say it's great in the summer, because it gets rid of excess oil on the forehead, chin, and nose. Readers confess they "get anxious every time [they] think the company might discontinue [this product]" and "just cannot go without using this astringent."
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SEE NEXT PAGE: No. 18: Neutrogena Pore Refining Toner, $7.99