Antioxidant Toner

Antioxidant Toner

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Our Antioxidant Toner completes the cleansing process and protects the skin against free-radicals. Suitable for all skin types, particularly oily and acne prone skin. This toner contains alcohol.

WITH ROOIBOS

Size: 100ml

How to use

TONES AND FIGHTS FREE-RADICALS

Besides reducing sunspots and blotchiness and evening out pigmentation, our toner also fights free radicals caused by pollution, smoke, sun and stress. Potent antioxidants in rooibos such as flavonoids, polyphenols and the powerful Super-Oxide-Dismutase act as free-radical scavengers.

MAINTAINS SKIN ELASTICITY

This toner also contributes to maintaining skin elasticity, with copper and zinc from rooibos helping fibroblasts to synthesise collagen and elastin.

Spray 2 or 3 spritz onto your face holding the bottle at least 50cm away from your face, then rub lightly with a cotton pad to remove impurities and excess oil. For the full benefit of antioxidants spray on and leave to dry. Use twice daily. Can also be used as a face mist throughout the day over make up.

Ingredients

Aspalathus Linearis (Rooibos) Extract, Alcohol, Citric Acid, Commiphora Wildii, Commiphora Erythrea Gum Oil, Cymbopogon Martinii Oil, Eriocephalus Africanus Oil, Tocopherol

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