How to Properly Use the Pixi Glow Tonic Glycolic Acid 5%
Description: A facial toner is the final step in cleansing your skin – getting any residual dirt, debris, or makeup left behind by your cleanser.
It it helps to pH balance the skin, which helps reduce your risk of breakouts.
Finally, it can improve the appearance of your skin, even helping to close pores and make them look smaller.
Now, what’s the best way to apply facial toner?
Tools You’ll Need to Get the Best Results from Your Toner
Here’s what you’ll need to get the most benefit from your facial toner.
• Your facial toner of choice
• A cotton pad.
How to Use Facial Toner to Get Clean, Clear, Healthy Skin
Toner can be used twice a day, during your morning and evening skincare routines. Here’s how to use it.
Step 1: Wash Your Skin
Toner can (and should) be used on your face, neck, and even your décolletage. Start by using your favorite cleanser to remove any oil, dirt, or makeup from your skin. (Optional: dry your skin)
Step 2: Choose the Best Facial Toner
Like most skincare products, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all toner. There’s a toner for every skin ailment you want to treat. Choosing the right one will help nourish your skin and make it looks it's absolute best.
Step 3: Apply a Facial Toner of your Choice
Soak a cotton pad with toner, then gently swipe it over your entire face, neck, and décolletage.
Step 4: Wait for It to Dry
Don’t be too quick to move on with your beauty routine. Let the toner dry on your skin first before moving on.
Step 5: Continue with Your Beauty Routine
After the toner has dried, you are free to continue with your beauty routine.
Apply your serums or any other skin treatment products you use after the toner, but before your moisturizer.
Toner isn’t just for teenagers who want to dry up their acne breakouts. Nearly everyone can benefit from applying a toner. Make sure to choose the right one for your unique needs, and then apply it twice a day for best results.
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Disclaimer: The videos are not sponsored and there are no affiliate links. The products that I use in my videos are ones that I personally recommend and have purchased at my own expense. I believe they are worth the cost.
When it comes to choosing products, it depends on your skin type and how you are applying them. Therefore, I can't guarantee that a particular product will work for you. If you are concerned about a product, please consult a skin expert. It is always possible to be unknowingly allergic to an ingredient, even if you are very careful!