Add A Balancing Toner to your Skincare Regimen
Sometimes our skin simply needs a little balance. Washing, exfoliating, and using acne topicals can throw your skin’s PH out of whack. This can not only make your skin feel dry and tight but can also cause an increase in oil production as the skin tries to hydrate itself. In this case, adding a toner might just be the ticket to a balanced skincare regimen. I recommend trying the Normalizing Tonic by Clinical Formula after washing your face.
How to use it: A toner typically should be the second step in your skincare routine and should follow your facial cleanser. To use, toner by wiping skin with a toning cloth or cotton ball, so as to remove the cleanser residue, salts, chlorines, and chemicals found in tap water, Be sure to leave toner damp on the skin before applying serum or moisturizer to give skin a much-needed drink of water and seal in all the hydrating and nourishing properties of the toner. Follow with your favorite moisturizer.