Skin Care

Why Should Apply Toner After You Cleanse Your Face

For cosmetics, skin toner is either a lotion or wash made to cleanse the skin and shrink the appearance of pores.

What is Toner?

Toners are often misunderstood and most people don’t know if they should use it or how to use it. Before moisturizing and following your facial cleanser, a face toner is a quick, absorbing liquid that helps to remove excess dirt, traces of oil and makeup, correct and balance the pH of your skin, and helps control acne. In other words, a facial toner thoroughly cleans the skin and helps remove built up surface dead skin cells. By helping to clean and close pores, it’s especially beneficial for acne-prone skin.

Guide To Skin Toners – Cleure.com
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You should apply facial toner after you cleanse your face

PH Balance
Facial toners help to balance your PH levels, which is an indication of how much acid something has. PH Levels are measured on a scale of 0-14 with 7 being the most neutral. Having a balanced PH level means your skin is less likely to experience oiliness or get infection, creating a more full of life and smoother appearance.

Pore Shrinkage and Tightening
Large facial pores allow more dirt, oil and poisonous chemicals to enter the skin and cause irritation and infections. Facial toners help to tighten your facial pores, allowing fewer oils and other toxins into the skin. This creates a cleaner and less oily appearance and control acne production.

Do you use a facial cleanser in your skincare routine? Leave a comment!



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