Extra Flowers in the Toner Please!

July 3, 2014 § Leave a comment

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This is my first Kiehl’s product that I have ever used. In fact, it’s the first consistent toner that I have finally added to my morning face cleansing routine! It’s a Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner. At the store, I was torn between this one and a moisturizing one, but opted to try this one for a few reasons. Firstly, let’s be real, the calendula petals were kind of neat (avoid if you’re scared of flowers floating in your toner haha), but secondly this toner is supposed to be really good for sensitive skin.

I’m almost a little more than halfway done with this bottle at the moment and it’s lasted me for a good month already, with consistent daily uses in the morning. I do admit it hasn’t made any drastic changes on my skin as in it’s not one of my essentials, but it does leave my skin feeling smoother and seems to lock in moisture better between washing my face and applying face cream. Also, the flowers actually don’t get in the way too much, in case you are wondering. They mostly float around the bottle. The only thing that would keep me from buying this item again is its hefty price tag. I bought this 125 ml bottle for about $21 USD, but prices range depending on which country you’re in.

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Hopefully this post helped! If you have other toners that you would recommend, please leave a comment!

-Mich

 

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