I honestly don't know how I have accumulated so many toners! I'm working on using what I have before buying anything new, but I couldn't help myself from ordering the Clinique Moisture Surge Spray.
Spot reducers |La Roche-Posay Serozinc | £8.50 // This is a newer addition to my skin care routine and I tend to use this on a more regular basis. It only has three ingredients: water, zinc and sodium chloride. It helps to heel breakouts and I find it really soothing to my skin.
Caudalie Beauty Elixir | £30 // This isn't a toner I reach for on a daily basis, instead it's what I use when my skin is acting up. A couple of sprays of this helps to reduce spots as well as injecting a bit of moisture into the skin. It does contain alcohol which is the main reason I don't use it every day. I also really like the spray on this one as it's light and even. It might not seem important, but how a toner sprays does make a difference. Some feel like a watering hose! I also find this helps wake me up and feels very refreshing. It's a good one to keep in the fridge during the summer and take on holiday with you, especially on a plane.
Hydrating |REN Tonic Moisture Mist | £18 // This is an old favourite that is no longer available or at least it comes in and out of stock so often I can't keep track. This has a lovely rose scent and feels really nice on the skin. It helps to rehydrate the skin and add moisture.
Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray | £22 // This is fairly new to my routine, but it's made a good impression so far. If you're looking for a moisturising toner then this is it. This has been described as a liquid moisturiser.
Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Calming Mist | £29 // I specifically chose this as calendula is one of the ingredients that helps soothe my skin and eczema. It helps to reduce the redness of my skin and calms it down if it's feeling irritated.
Alcohol free, it contains Calendula, Chamomile, Echinacea, Self Heal, Spilanthes and Marshmallow extracts as part of the Comfort Complex to provide skin with a natural defence, whilst Aloe and Linseed extracts give the skin beneficial polysaccharides and amino acids. You'll be left feeling refreshed, hydrated and super smooth.
Naobay Calming Face Toner | £10.50 // I got this in last months Glossbox and I haven't decided if I'm going to keep it and use it. I haven't read anything about it so if you've used it let me know what you think.
Nourish Soothing Toning Mist | £11 // This is one of the cheaper toners out of the lot, but this doesn't mean it not just as good. It's made up of 97% organic ingredients and I can understand them all so a good one if you're looking to use more natural products. Nourish is a brand I've only tried a few products from so far and I'd love to know if you've tried anything and what you think.