Facial tonic: everything you need to know about the product

Showing a beautiful and hydrated skin is the result of daily care according to each skin type, within this care,
there is one that is essential to clean the skin deeply, control oiliness and prevent the appearance of blackheads
and acne, that fundamental step is toning. But do you know what are the benefits of using a facial skin tonic?
What is the best tonic for your skin? We answer your below everything you ever wanted to know about this skin product.

What is a facial tonic?

Facial tonic is a water-based solution, it contains astringent substances and alcohol that can remove all impurities
from the skin and cleans the face completely, it is essential and excellent for cleaning areas that soap does not
reach.

Benefits of using skin tonic

  • Deeply cleanses the skin, removing makeup residue and sunscreen
  • Balances the PH
  • Increases the skin’s natural radiance and shine
  • Facilitates the penetration of moisturizing creams
  • Controls oiliness and reduces acne and blackheads
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How to use facial tonic?

After washing your face with soap suitable for your skin, apply the tonic on a piece of cotton and wipe on the face until the dirt is completely removed.

The frequency that you should use facial tonic varies according to each type of skin.

Oily skin and mixed skin: can be used every day, morning and evening.
Dry skin: should be used 2-3 times a week.
Sensitive skin: apply less frequently and gently, because the alcohol in the product can harm the skin.

+ Also read: How to maintain a skin care routine at home

Natural facial tonic and astringent tonic: which is the best?

The tonic has the main function of cleaning the skin, each type of tonic can vary and act for some characteristic. The natural tonic removes impurities, balances the pH and strengthens the luster, while the astringent tonic reduces oiliness and reduces sebum production, this type of tonic is more suitable for mixed and oily skin and should be avoided by those with dry skin. There are a few other types of tonics, which are:

Soothing: this tonic has natural components with chamomile, aloe vera and calendula that has an anti-inflammatory and soothing function.

Moisturizing: hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, allantoin and panthenol are some of the active ingredients in the moisturizing tonic formula, it keeps the skin much more moisturizing, with softness and vigor.

Renewal: this type of tonic works as a chemical exfoliator, improves cell renewal and skin texture is softer.

The moment you choose yours, see what your skin type is like and what need you want the product to fulfill.

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What is the difference between facial tonic and micellar water?

This is a very common question considering that they are two products of similar appearance and have a similar function, but still they have their differences. The tonic unclogs the pores, prevents acne, improves the absorption of creams in the skin, controls oiliness and is a complement to cleansing, micellar water is used for cleaning without rinsing, it removes makeup, cleanses and smoothes the pH of the skin. The difference between the products is that the tonic may contain astringent or alcohol that is not suitable for sensitive skin, while micellar water is a softer version. If your skin is normal or oily, you can even change and use both products, and of course, it is important to consult the dermatologist to indicate the appropriate cosmetic.

Did you see how important that skin product that goes unnoticed by you is for your skin routine? If you have not yet used to use tonic, this is the time to include it in your skincare and always use it correctly.

Do you already use facial tonic? What’s your favorite? Do you use correctly? Tell everything in the comments!

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