When it comes to toner, it can be hard for me to find a good natural toner that’s effective. Many of the toners I have tried are too dehydrating and many seem to not do a lot for my skin. When I tried the R.L. Linden & Co Thousand Petal Beautifying Mist, I was immediately hopeful due to the ingredients included. It’s suggested to use after washing your face but before serum or moisturizer, and to refresh and rehydrate your skin throughout the day.
Claims: “Abundant with beautifying flowers, this mist tones and hydrates all skin types, offers anti-anxiety aromatherapy benefits and encourages you to feel radiant as your most gorgeous self!”
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Ingredients: Colorado Spring Water; Hydrosols of Neroli, Honeysuckle (wildcrafted) and Rose; Organic Extracts of Rose and Calendula; Organic Jojoba Oil; A Proprietary Blend of Essential Oils (including Neroli and Jasmine); Natural Preservative Derived from Aspen Tree Bark and A Proprietary Blend of Flower Essences (including Pretty Face and Morning Glory)
Pros: Very gentle toner. Smells great. Hydrating but still effective. Works to tone skin and as a makeup setting spray. Cruelty free brand. Vegan formula.
Cons: May not work as well on oily skin types.
The Verdict: Everytime I use the R.L. Linden & Co Thousand Petal Beautifying Mist, my skin just felt so refreshed. It wasn’t at all drying like many toners are, and it actually seemed to be effective at hoping to tone my skin. I used it after washing my face, before moisturizer and also to refresh my skin and makeup during the day. What I loved was that I could use it during the day and it didn’t disrupt my makeup at all. The scent was so soothing and gentle. This is definitely one of my favorite toners out there.
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Last Updated on April 8, 2016