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. 9: Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic, $21Best for: Dry to sensitive skin prone to sunburn or irritation
TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 8.9*
Why: Readers are addicted to this "non-drying floral tonic that contains vitamin E, organic aloe vera, calendula, cucumber, and rose-scented geranium," which has "none of that artificial and irritating perfume smell some skin care products have." This "light, floral, yet tangy citrus scent awakens my senses and gets me going in the morning," says one reader. Another says it "makes me look forward to cleaning my face!" One reader says, "Once I begin applying this toner on my face, I don't want to stop." It also "leaves the face baby soft" after each use.
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SEE NEXT PAGE: No. 8: Mary Kay Blemish Control Toner 3, $13