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Facial Toner Clear Hydrating Aloe Vera
Facial Toner Clear Hydrating Aloe Vera
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The four steps towards a healthy and well balanced facial skin are exfoliate, cleanse, tone and moisturize. A Facial Toner is the intermediary product the application or no application makes or breaks the face and the facial routine. A toner, tones, what if it also hydrates and manages to clean up the innermost portions of the pores? Here’s a toner which does it all, from deep cleansing to nourishment. A facial toner which not only tones the skin by removing the unevenness but also tends to clear the skin from excess oil and manages to exempt the skin from getting dry and itchy. Thus, a facial toner is a much needed part of the four step daily facial routine.
HOW TO USE FACIAL TONER?
The process of application of toners is as follows:
- Use a generous amount of the toner, pour it over a cotton face pad or ball.
- Then gently pat the pad or ball on the face till the toner is entirely absorbed.
- Avoid contact with the eyes.
- The toner can be used for all skin types.
- For a wholesome facial routine use it after the facial wash and before the facial treatment gel.
About Facial Toner:
Curaloe’s Facial toner is enriched with the all-rounder organic and pure aloe vera extracts, which helps in smoothening and overall nourishment of the skin, while the other ingredients focus on the deep cleansing of the pores and over-all toning of the skin.
4 Benefits of Facial Toner:
The benefits of Curaloe’s facial toner enhances the skin due to the organically farmed pure aloe vera.
✓ It kills the remaining bacteria that remains on the skin post cleansing: A toner is used post the use of a facial wash, thus, it is meant to kill the remaining bacteria and clear the skin.
✓ It deep cleans the pores: A toner usually penetrates deeper than a wash and is thus able to deep clean the pores from all impurities and remaining dirt or pollutants.
✓ It tones the open pores: The open pores are prone to oil, dirt and other impurities getting settled inside, thus, toning the opening of the pores helps it to close and thus makes sure that it does not get clogged.
✓ It hydrates the facial skin: The hydrating and nourishing properties tone and hydrate any form of dryness that might have been left behind due to the deep cleaning by the facial wash
✓ Organic Aloe Vera based Toner: The ingredients used in the facial toner are natural and organically grown it does not show any side effects. Aloe vera helps in soothing and cooling of the skin along with the necessary hydration.
Uses of Facial Toner:
✓ It effectively cleans any dirt residue
✓ Easy to use make-up remover.
✓ Deep cleans and smoothens the open pores
✓ Hydrates and nourishes the skin post cleansing
4 Major Treatments of Facial Toner:
FACIAL TONER FOR OILY SKIN:
A facial toner for oily skin absorbs the excess oil and deep cleans the pores, thus resulting in the proper cleansing of the T-zone of the face.
FACIAL TONER FOR SENSITIVE SKIN:
Facial toners are beneficial to sensitive skin as it cleans the residual dirt and bacterial, thus, removing the basic reason for any sort of reaction on the skin.
FACIAL TONER FOR DRY SKIN:
Facial toners used for dry skin result in hydration and nourishment post the cleansing routine and before the application of the facial gel.
FACIAL TONER FOR ACNE:
Facial toners are effective on acne because it tends to deep clean the pores and soothens them, it also wipes out the excess oil from the face.
Store in a cool and dry place.
Curaloe’s facial toner has Aloe Barbadensis (Vera) Leaf Juice, Alcohol, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Glycerine, Polysorbate 20, Propylene Glycol, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Ceratonia Siliqua Gum (Locust Bean Gum), Avocado/Cucumber (Fragrance),Triethanolamine, Citric Acid, Urea, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Geranium Maculatum (Geranium) Oil, Colorants (+/- CI 19140, CI 42090), (Allergen) Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
Frequently Asked Questions around Facial Toner
IS FACIAL TONER NECESSARY?
ANS: Yes, for a proper facial routine a facial toner is necessary. It has various uses and effective on all skin types.
WHAT DOES A FACIAL TONER DO?
ANS: A facial toner does deep cleansing and basic nourishment of the facial skin.
IS A TONER GOOD FOR YOUR FACE?
ANS: Yes, a facial toner is good for the face as it removes the residual dirt and bacterial, thus, completely cleaning the face.
WHAT IS THE BEST FACIAL TONER?
ANS: The best facial toner is the one which not only deep cleanses the pores but also hydrates and tones the skin.
WHY USE A FACIAL TONER FOR THE FACE?
ANS: A facial toner is used to cleanse, nourish and tone the face from all the residual dirt and unevenness in the skin.
IS TONER GOOD FOR ACNE?
ANS: Yes, a toner is good for the acne, it removes the oil and dirt and also works on the black spots left by acne as it tends to tone and evens the skin.
The Origin of Aloe Vera
There are nearly 360 different Aloe species. As of 2016 and with recent DNA comparison puts the Aloe in the order of Asphodelacea family in the order of Apsaragales. Previously it was associated with the Xanthorrhoeaceae, which was used for the family in the APG classification system as well as the Liliaceae family.
Among all the various Aloe species, only one variety has a legendary medical reputation dating back thousands of years, to the times of Ancient Civilization: the famous Aloe Vera plant. The proper scientific name is Aloe Vera (L.) Burm.f, but the synonyms Aloe barbadensis or Aloe barbadensis Miller are frequently referred to as aloe vera.
However, most botanists agree, and historical evidence suggests, that the Aloe Vera plant originated in the warm, dry climates of Africa. However, because the plant is readily adaptable, and because man has been so eager to carry it and bring its benefits with him from place to place, it now can be found in many warm lands.
Aloe Vera is derived from the Arabic word Alloeh meaning bitter because of the bitter liquid found in the leaves. Vera, which means true in Latin, was added to this particular species to distinguish its primacy among the other Aloe plants.
Other common names are: Chinese aloe, Indian aloe, true aloe, Barbados aloe, sávila, Curaçao aloe, burn aloe, first aid plant etc.
The virtues of the plant have been recorded by many great civilizations, from Persia and Egypt in the Middle East, to Greece and Italy in Europe, and India and the African continent.
The plant is widely known in Asia and the Pacific, is found in Japanese, Filipino, and Hawaiian folklore. The Spanish used Aloe, and carried it to their new world colonies in South America and the Caribbean.
Many believe that a Sumerian clay tablet, found in the city of Nippur, written around B.C.E. 2200, was the first document to include Aloe Vera among plants of great healing power. Two of the oldest and most profound medical documents known to civilization—the Ebers Papyrus and the Edwin Smith Papyrus (ca. 1552 BCE)—recorded ancient Egyptian medical men using Aloe Vera.
The first Western benchmark in man’s understanding of Aloe Vera is the Greek Dioscorides (41 A.D.-68 A.D.). This master of pharmacology gave the first detailed description of Aloe Vera, and attributed to its juices the power to loosen the belly and cleanse the stomach. He further added that this bitter Aloe (the sap) eased haemorrhoids; that it aided in healing bruises; that it was good for the tonsils, the gums, and all general mouth irritations; and that it worked as a medicine for the eyes. Dioscorides further observed that the whole leaf, when pulverized, could stop the bleeding of many wounds.
Is it magic?
The ancients certainly seemed to think so. The Egyptians called it the plant of immortality. The Bible mentions Christ being removed from the cross and his body being wrapped in aloe and myrrh. The women of the East placed great value on aloe vera as an aid to enhance the beauty of their skin. But, despite the profound faith of the ancients, modern sciences tells us that there is no magic as the term is popularly known and understood in aloe vera. It is a plant with a deeply intriguing chemical and nutritional composition that has set up and propagated its legacy over the years.