Facial Mists: Murad Hydrating Toner
By now, pretty much all my fears about toners have evaporated. Yes, they can be good for dry skin too, especially if you see “hydrating” written all over the label–and in 11 different languages! Dr. Howard Murad, founder of Murad Inc, says toner is the step that completes the cleansing process and is beneficial for the overall health of your complexion. “Given how busy we all are these days, people tend to rush through the cleansing process, and toners can remove any impurities that may not have been washed away during cleansing,” says Murad.
Either we are busy or lazy, mist toners can save a lot of time. Spritz, moisturize, and done. Think about how dirty your cotton pad gets when using a toner. Think about skipping that step! I may very well becoming to sound like a mist toner advocate, but in my experience they have contributed a huge benefit when added to my skincare routine. The Murad Hydrating Toner (RRP $50) smells like fresh granny apples and somehow reminds me of Snow White. The formula is created to hydrate and restore the skin’s suppleness. Lecithin and Grape Seed Extract locks in moisture, Chamomile, Peach and Cucumber Fruit Extracts soothes irritation while Osmolytes help to regulate water balance for optimum hydration levels. It also has Vitamins C and E as well for that extra antioxidant punch.
While the Murad Hydrating Toner works well with other skincare products, I have a feeling that it would be more effective when used in conjuction with the whole Murad set. But that may just be me seeking to have a uniformity with the look of my bathroom shelf. Note to the wise: Murad does not test on animals and their products has no Parabens, Sulphates, or Phthalates. Sound good? Yes! Murad Skincare is exclusively available at Caci nationwide.
This is the part of the Facial Mists Series. Previously, I reviewed Savar Instant Boost Multi Toner. Next week, I’ll be telling you all about… La Mav Rose Hydrating Mist.