Toners in a Spray Bottle

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I'm too lazy to use a toner unless it's in a spray bottle because it's so much easier. I'm not going to faff around with a cotton pad or onto my fingers, I just want to spray the toner onto my face and be done with it. I still can't figure out whether or not toners do anything amazing for my skin, but I've been using these recently and I really like them.

Let's start with the Pai Lotus & Orange Blossom Toner* which I recently mentioned in a post. I really like this toner, it's calming for my skin and I do believe that in the morning, it helps calm down the redness in my skin. It's a very fine mist, which is a plus, as sometimes it can be one strong spray onto your cheek. Suitable for all skin types, it's alcohol free so it won't dry your skin out and it will hydrate it along the way

If you're looking for one to really calm down your skin, Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Calming Mist* is the one. I've been using a few items from this range and so far, this one stands out the most to me. I didn't think it was a toner at first, more of a mist to use whenever, but as a toner it's brilliant. Even better if you are going to use this after an acidic toner, it's brilliant. The calendula reduces the redness, while the chamomile calms the skin. One thing I really like about this product is that it stays wet on the skin a little longer than others, whether that makes a difference I have no idea, but I like that. The downside is that the bottle is glass, so not so great for travelling.

A classic toner which I'm sure many people will have tried is the Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer*. When I found this came in a spray form, and a mini travel size, I was in love and knew I would like it. Calming for the skin, alcohol free, hydrates the skin and refreshes make up throughout the day. It has everything I look for in a toner and is the cheapest option out of the three I have spoke about today. Liz Earle is a brand I go to again and again, it always brings the best quality.

I still can't decide whether or not toners do anything drastic to my skin, but I will continue to use them as with a spray bottle, it makes a lot easier. Which toner do you use?

Luce x