Foxbrim Naturals TONE Orange Blossom Water 100% Natural Face Toner
180 mL, 4 fl oz
100% Natural and organic face toner made with Moroccan orange blossom water from the Mediterranean for sensitive skin, acne, breakouts, and clogged pores. This powerful toner is alcohol-free, tightens the skin, clears the pores, balances skin pH, and targets microbes that can lead to breakouts.
Improve skin health [1, 2]; Anti-acne [1, 2]
Ingredients of Concern
Citrus Aurantium Amara The % was not listed
- 100% Natural and organic face toner made with Moroccan orange blossom water from the Mediterranean for sensitive skin, acne, breakouts, and clogged pores
- Tightens the skin
- clears the pores
- targets microbes that can lead to breakouts
- Balances skin pH with natural acidity
- Provides skin moisture
- Removes excess dirt
- Stimulates healing and skin regeneration
- Restores vitality and suppleness
- Bottled in Small Batches
- Sustainably Sourced
- Vegan friendly
Ingredients Concern: None
Cons: Has a slight tea tree oil smell that some love and some don't
The vitamin C component of orange blossom has antioxidant properties that target irritated, inflamed skin, including skin that has UV damage, and this vitamin also acts directly upon collagen metabolism by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin, thereby promoting healthy, vibrant skin . Orange blossom is also described as an astringent and an anti-microbial agent that helps cleanse and improve the health of the skin [1, 2].
Improve skin health [1, 2]; Anti-acne [1, 2]
The vitamin C component of orange blossom is a powerful antioxidant that penetrates the membrane of cells throughout the body, thereby boosting the health of skin as well as immune system function . Research indicates that orange blossom has been used to target fungal infections on the skin (e.g., ringworm, athlete's foot) due to its anti-microbial properties . It is also described as a skin cleanser, refresher, and toner due to its astringent and antiseptic properties .
Key Ingredients: Citrus Aurantium Amara The % was not listed
All Ingredients: Citrus Aurantium Amara
Apply toner to a cotton ball, and rub on a newly cleaned and dried face with slight pressure to remove buildup in pores. Additional uses include: Use as a mask: add to your preferred facial mask for additional skin healing and clarifying properties. Use in the bath: add a few tablespoons to warm bath water for a soothing and relaxing bath that will do wonders to tone and tighten your skin. Aromatherapy: massage a few drops into skin to tame stress and give yourself an aura of calm Hand freshener: apply a small amount to skin after washing hands to energize and give you additional focus. Room scent: put a few drops into an oil warmer to circulate a clean, energizing scent through your home. Facial steam: as a gentle alternative to harsh chemical peels, try lightly steaming your facial skin for several minutes to open pores, then wash thoroughly and apply toner to skin to eliminate impurities. (shake well before use)
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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