A rejuvenating toner has many benefits. It’s actually the prominent product in a rejuvenating set. It improves skin texture with every use. We will try to cover in this article the top benefits of using rejuvenating toner, how often to use and what types of skin that are eligible to use it.
What are the rejuvenating toner benefits?
It normally takes 28 days for dead skin to naturally shed, but as you age, it takes more days for the surface to renew. A rejuvenating toner accelerates this cycle. It peels layers of dead skin, so you’re assured that there won’t be any flaking on your face. You may notice the “peeling,” but you’ll surely recognize your skin’s radiance. It helps get rid of acne, excess sebum production, dullness, discoloration, and uneven skin texture. It’s great for dark spots and hyperpigmentation. It reduces the appearance of fine lines. It will definitely open clogged pores which are the culprit of developing blackheads, whiteheads and acne. Using rejuvenating toner will give your face a shiny glowing white look.
Should I use rejuvenating toner?
As mentioned above, rejuvenating toner helps get rid of acne, excess sebum production, dullness, discoloration, and uneven skin texture. If you can relate to any of the aforementioned skin issues, then you’re a candidate for using rejuvenating toners.
How often should I use rejuvenating toner?
Depending on your skin type, it is safe to use rejuvenating toners every day. We also suggest that you never incorporate other peeling products in your routine to avoid over-exfoliating. Scrubs are a big no-no when you apply rejuvenating toner on your face. Too much exfoliation will destroy the skin’s barrier, eventually defeating the purpose of rejuvenating toners!
How to use rejuvenating toner?
- Get a SMALL cotton ball
- Wet with 5 DROPS OF TONER
- Apply to face with ONE GENTLE STROKE, ONE DIRECTION!
- DON’T RUB THE COTTON ON THE FACE! DON’T OVERDO IT!
But when should you pat a rejuvenating toner versus rub it? And does it really make a difference? Read on to understand what these varying techniques mean for you and your skin.
Rubbing: That circular motion you use to drive products deep into your skin could do more harm than good. “Rubbing in skincare products can cause friction, stretch the skin, and break down collagen and elastic which will cause wrinkles and sagging,” explains Glow Recipe co-founder and co-CEO Sarah Lee.
Patting: “This technique is more gentle because it doesn’t tug or pull at your skin, and has the added bonus of helping with blood circulation,” Lee says. “It also ensures even distribution, which means that you’re getting the most out of your skincare, and is especially important around the delicate eye area, where patting is the priority.”
When to Rub vs. When to Pat: Almost your entire skincare regimen — toners, essences, serums, moisturizers, and eye creams included — should be patted into the skin, since liquids, creams, lotions, and gel-based offerings absorb best with this technique. Leave the (gentle!) rubbing for cleanser application, where the motion helps activate the foam.
To get the most out of your pat, apply the product to your hands and rub them together. This helps make sure you have an even layer on your hands. “Gently pat products onto the face, starting from the inside areas moving outward, applying the remaining product on your most oily areas, like the T-zone,” she says. “For an extra glow, pat an additional layer on the high points of your face.”
Read more: Tips For Using Skin Rejuvenating Set
Rejuvenating toner is ideal for an oily and combination skin. But how about the dry skin? Can it be used?
Absolutely! You may use AHA serum after rejuvenating toner, because these serums also boost hydration. Plus, dry skin is prone to wrinkles, and AHA serum helps reduce the appearance of fine lines.
In the end, if you like to check our available collection of toners, you can by visiting our shop section designated for rejuvenating toners.