25 January 2015

Toners For Sensitive Skin

FashionFake, UK beauty blog, beauty bloggers, toners for sensitive skin, Lush toner, Bioderma review, VICHY micellar toner review
FashionFake, UK beauty blog, beauty bloggers, toners for sensitive skin, Lush toner, Bioderma review, VICHY micellar toner review
FashionFake, UK beauty blog, beauty bloggers, toners for sensitive skin, Lush toner, Bioderma review, VICHY micellar toner review
FashionFake, UK beauty blog, beauty bloggers, toners for sensitive skin, Lush toner, Bioderma review, VICHY micellar toner review
from left: Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micellar Solution* £10.20 // VICHY Purete Thermale Micellar Solution £11.50 // Lush Breath of Fresh Air toner water £7.95 // Kueshi Pure and Clean toner £12.00

I have sensitive skin so it's very important for me to choose the right skincare products to ensure my skin is kept calm and under control. I have been religiously using toners for the last two years because I really notice a difference in the level of oils my skin produces and toners refresh my skin instantly. I use a toner at night to close my pores after a hot bath and also to get any makeup that might be remaining from the day, and I also use a toner in the morning to wipe away any oils from the night before and start my day with a clean "canvas".
I have tried a few toners over the past couple of months and I wanted to share these reviews with you as I think if you have sensitive skin you sometimes need to be picky with what you buy and put on your face.

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micellar Solution: This has been on the radar of a lot of beauty bloggers and has been a favourite amongst popular YouTubers so naturally I had to try it out. As it says on the bottle, this is a toner for sensitive skin and it feels like you're wiping your face with water: there's no harshness to the toner at all. You can also remove makeup with this solution and it is really effective (except against waterproof mascara unless you really scrub, which is never great) and gentle on the skin. The cleanser removes impurities using micelles, which micro-emulsify impurities while maintaining the skin’s balance. Added decongesting active ingredients prevent irritation making this the perfect toner for sensitive skin. I have now actually used up the whole bottle and I will be repurchasing this as an everyday toner because it just doesn't irritate my skin in any way but keeps it refreshed and clean.

VICHY Purete Thermale Micellar Solution: Liam bought me this toner when he saw that I was running out of Bioderma because he knows how much I lovee VICHY products and they really get on well with my sensitive skin. This micellar solution is made for sensitive skin and is enriched with soothing Rose Phytopheno. The solution cleanses your skin and removes eye and lip makeup without being harsh on the skin. I like the way it smells, there's a very light sweet floral scent which goes along with this toner. I have been using the VICHY micellar solution for about a month and I'm really happy with the results - if you can't get hold of Bioderma, this is a great alternative.

LUSH Breath of Fresh Air toner water: Lush is known for their natural ingredients and products good enough to eat, and this is the second time I have repurchased this toner. This is a refreshing toner water with seaweed extract, patchouli oil and rose which calms the skin. I love love love this toner in the summer because it really refreshes my skin and you can carry the bottle around with you to just spray whenever you feel a little hot and sweaty. I also use it day to day, and when I feel like I need a little "pick me up" for my skin. It keeps any spots and redness at bay so I'd say it's a great toner for sensitive skin.

Kueshi Pure and Clean toner: I have recently started using this toner after receiving it in my January Glossybox, first impressions: it smells delicious! It smells like flowers and sweets, really sugary. However, the toner consists of promising aloe vera, chamomile and calendula which all soothe the skin and are recommended for sensitive skin. I use this toner after a Lush bath when I want to smell like sweets, but I'm yet to find out what this is like as an everyday toner. It makes my skin feel supersoft and clean so it is a really promising start.

These are my current favourite toners for sensitive skin and I hope you enjoyed reading this post! If you can recommend other toners to try, please comment below!
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3 comments

  1. Toners are really very important! Great post dear =)
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    xo
    K.

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  2. The Lush Tea Tree Toner is fabulous, too. You only need a little bit and it helps to keep my skin clear on top of everything else!

    Sammy xo.

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