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British beauty pioneer Liz Earle has a mantra: cleanse, tone, and moisturize, twice a day, every day. And thanks to Liz, those are words we can definitely live by. With its sublime floral scent (think fresh cut roses) and calming botanicals like chamomile, cucumber, and aloe, this alcohol-free toner soothes and hydrates even the most troubled complexions. In lieu of harsh disinfectants, hops extract tones the skin and swipes away bacteria.
I don't always use toner, but I reach for this one when I do want to. It's so fresh and gives my face that extra clean feeling, without the drying feeling so many other toners leave you with. I love the natural ingredients and always feel like I'm giving my skin a dose of good stuff whenever I use!5
I fell in love with the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser system, and thought I would give this facial toner a go. I use a facial toner regularly, and don't feel particularly in love with any brand that I've tried in the past, and I'm afraid I feel the same about this one. Many reviewers commented about the fragrance, which ended up being a lot of the reason I didn't reorder. If you're excited about floral, this is for you. If you have sensitive skin or floral allergies, I might think twice. I have very sensitive skin, and this did cause a mild redness, but usually it disappeared shortly afterward. I did not feel/see a difference in my skin, however, so I discontinued use.2
Many toners just dry out my skin and make it tight feeling which is not so good for avoiding aging problems or fine lines, when I use this skin tonic it feels instanly rehydrated, not to the point of mostuizing and it's not to replace that step, but it takes away the harsh effects of clansing your face.5
I use this as part of the Liz Earle skincare routine and have found that using in the evenings before bed is a good amount of use for me. It does have a nice scent and a very cleansing feel4
This is great for a morning life to my face and neck. It's not hurting my acne but I don't think it's helping either. It is, however, helping with my parched skin from the cold weather and my use of prescribed acne topical treatments which is leaving my skin super flakey.
I know use the entire Liz Earle line: cleanser, cloth, toner, and lotion. Gotta say I love it and will not be going back to my previous regime.
I am a fan of Liz Earle and do love the scent and feel of this toner. I use it at night because it is extremely gentle and mildly scented. I am not sure that this toner is better than any other quality like-product but it certainly does not make me break out (I have sensitive skin) or make my skin feel stripped dry.4
I don't think that I would have ever tried Liz Earle without Birchbox but I am very happy that I did!! I really like this line for my winter routine when my skin tends to dry out and break out! I really like to use the skin tonic after the cleanser with the muslin cloth! Would definitely recommend giving this a try!5
I was using a Neutrogena product before I bought the Liz Earle Tonic. After using the whole bottle, I can say I saw absolutely no difference from Liz Earle and the $7 Neutrogena. If you can afford, by all means, go for it. It smells nice - kind of fruity... mango, watermelon, kind of citrusy. However, I prefer to save a little here and splurge somewhere else, in products that make a difference.3
I liked this tonic...it seemed to clean and sit well on my face...it has a great scent to it as well!4
Even when your skin feels perfectly clean, this tonic pulls out a little more of the impurities. It also prepares skin for moisturizers and make-up.5