Alchohol free... Really? A little sceptical at first, but decided to give it a try ☺️
Worked amazing miracles! Did what it was meant to do and did not leave a sticky residue after use, which is one thing I hate the most, the sticky feeling on my face 😡😡
Pricey but recommended for those who are really into skincare or need a substantial toner 😉
This toner leaves my sensitive/combination skins refreshed. I have noticed a marked reduction in redness and sensitively and pimples/spots are less red and disappearing. This toner works great on my oily parts too, as it doesn't strip it of the oil but my skin also feels clean, soothed and toned. I love how my face wouldn't feel sticky and greasy when I apply moisturizer after this. Although it is a bit pricey a little really does go a long way.
This is a product i have mixed feelings for. It does feel soothing and calms redness and eliminates dry patches on my skin after application,but i find it to be over-priced and that there are better options out there. I do however enjoy that it is alcohol free and its medicinal/tea-like smell.
Yes it is expensive, i got this from kiehls store in Malaysia, the first time i bought it was rm 120 and after a year the price hike up to rm 160 a bottle. It is very natural and alcohol free, skin feeling very calming and soothing, the caendula smell indeed kinda relax me for a little while haha..just that it is really very expensive , recommended for those who love natural basic great product that want to have the best skin
I have been hearing a lot of people talking about this product so I got it at the airport.
It has a comfortable scent but not strong one. I have been using it for a week and honestly I dont feel anything different than using my simple toner and this product is 10 times higher price. I would not repurchase it and I would not recommend this. It just feel like normal toner that do not worth the price
Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner, Alcohol-Free, for Normal to Oily Skin Type is such a basic, nearly do-nothing toner that the price is ludicrous. If you’re interested in calendula for skin care, buy a bottle of the oil from a health food store or steep the plant in hot water, let it cool, and bottle your own. Either option is an improvement over this product.
Water, Propylene Glycol, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Althaea Officinalis Root Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Oil, Allantoin, Arctium Lappa Root Extract, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Extract, Gentiana Lutea Extract