Alcohol Free Toner

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Why should I use alcohol free toner?

Alcohol dries out the skin and disrupts the protective skin barrier, leaving your complexion vulnerable to elements. When this happens, all sorts of contaminants can enter the skin like acne or infection-causing bacteria and germs.

Toner with alcohol also can cause oxidative damage, meaning it can lead to early aging, fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet in early age.

People assume that alcohol is amazing on the skin because it wipes away all the grease and excess sebum on your face. And while this is true, the effect is much worse—it will make your skin more thirsty and dry instead.

Gel toners like Vie de Mer Hydrating Toner is an alcohol-free formula featuring aloe, cucumber and arnica to soothe the skin, and is made without gluten, parabens and artificial fragrances. Aloe can help close pores and tighten cell gaps after cleansing, reducing the penetration of impurities and environmental contaminants into the skin. It can even protect and remove chlorine and minerals present in tap water. It acts like a moisturizer. This toner prepares skin to absorb skincare smoothly.


What are the benefits of alcohol free toner?

Gel toner allows the surface of your skin to heal, easily balance and normalize the pH level of your skin and decreases the likelihood of skin irritation.

So now, the secret’s out. Alcohol? It's a major no-no for toner.

Vie de mer alcohol-free hydrating gel toner is infused with nourishing botanicals and vitamins, not like one that’s filled to the brim with alcohol and other harsh ingredients.

Always opt for what’s safest and healthiest for your skin. And when it comes to toners, it’s the alcohol-free ones that offer you the best chance at keeping your skin plump and glowing, without the risk of stripping it dry.

 

Why is alcohol free toner the best?


Alcohol-Free toners can be less irritating on sensitive skin is better for your skin barrier

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