6 Toners for Combination Skin
I know first hand the struggle that comes with a combination skin type. While some parts of your face can struggle from excess oil production, there are others that can have dry, flaky patches or during some seasons, can be completely normal. Choosing skin care that satisfies the seemingly polar opposite needs of your face can be pretty difficult. If you’re in the market for a good toner that can help your combination skin, we got you covered. Here, we gathered six of the best options that will help even the most confusing combination skin types.
This gentle toner is perfect for refining your skin’s texture while also preparing your complexion to be moisturized. While it’s suitable for all skin types, we love this for combination skin as it both hydrates and comforts your skin. Formulated with squalane, apricot kernel oil, avocado oil and vitamin E, all traces of dirt and debris will be eliminated with just a few sweeps of a cotton pad.
One of the biggest benefits of toner is that it can balance the skin after cleansing. Because some face washes can strip the skin of moisture, turn to this Equalizing Toner to balance your skin’s pH levels while gently exfoliating dead skin cells to reveal softer, smoother skin texture.
On dry patches of combination skin, sweep on a hydrating toner like Tonique Confort. It’s formulated with nourishing acacia honey, so your skin will look fresher and feel softer and more comfortable.
To help soothe those less oily parts of your face, try this non-drying formula. It refreshes and softens the skin after every use, revealing a brighter and more supple complexion.
If part of your combination skin experiences extreme oiliness, opt for this balancing toner. It’s a pore-refining option formulated with salicylic, glycolic and lactic acids to remove excess oil, clarify and freshen the complexion without stripping skin.
Perfect for when you’re on the go, this solid stick toner is infused with matcha to help detoxify pores and balance skin. Apply it after cleansing to help diminish the appearance of pores, absorb excess oil and hydrate the skin.
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