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Elizabeth Arden Refining Toner

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Brand: Elizabeth Arden / Type: Cleanser / Subcategory: Toner / What it does: Cleanses,

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      09.02.2015 22:03



      A good product but not for blemish prone skin

      This is a toner from Elizabeth that really tends to work best with the cleanser and moisturiser in this range. Of course, this can be used alone and provide good benefits.

      This came as a sample in a gift set I received and decided that because it is aimed at combination skin and put together with expert for skin that needs balance.
      This contains:
      CHAMOMILE EXTRACT-calm and soothe skin
      WITCH HAZEL-tone and refine your pores.
      SODIUM HYALURONATE.- attracts vital moisture to your skin.

      My skin is normal to oily and with the wrong skin regime can be prone to blemishes so I never try anything new lightly. Most of my family trust and use Elizabeth Arden so it never really crossed my mind not to try.
      I would say this is very soft on the skin and not too drying with can usually be the case with toners.
      Suffering from sensitive skin, this didn't cause a reaction in any way, which I was relieved at!
      Overall I did enjoy using this product but I felt that I benefited a lot more by using VICHY and DERMALOGICA. As they are more designed for skin ailments.
      I would highly recommend it for anyone who is blessed with good skin to maintain a skin regime but, if you suffer with blemishes, long term this didn't benefit my skin so would probably avoid.

      The prices vary, depending on where you buy it but I got this for free but can see it retails on average at £20.


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