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Hey guys welcome back,
so given all the multi-step
skincare routines out there,

we wanna really take a deeper dive into what
every single one of these steps are,

what these products
are, what they do,

and if we really need these
in our daily routines,

so the idea is that we're trying to
figure out what other products that our skin actually craves and needs naturally,

and what other products that just
kind of marketed out there to get our attention,

and to make us spend money, yeah
pointing at her, the perfections.

So we recently made a video on how to
cleanse and properly wash your face,

which is the first step
in any skincare routine,

so today we're gonna talk all about
toning, and do we need it,

because products like toners range
from like $5 all the way to $250 bottles,

so is it worth it,
so in this video we're gonna
talk about what toners are,

how to probably use them,
what the difference is between toners micellar
water cleansing water and essence,

because they're all completely
different things,

but they all look like water,
and the last thing which is what is
the best toner for your skin type,

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So toners what exactly
are toners,

back-in-the-day toners
are called skin tonics,

and they were just that
tonics for your skin,

the first tonic water came out around the
1900s about the same time as Eau de Cologne,

it was made to soothe the nerves,
and to take fatigue out of the muscles,
many formulations are simple mixtures
of perfume water alcohol and borax,

and you can find borax nowadays
in a lot of cleaning products,

and you can also use it in homemade
laundry detergent,

so that was toners
back in the day,

luckily we're fast forwarding
to present day,

and there's no longer laundry detergent
particles in our toners,

they're also newly formulated to target
all of our skincare concerns,

be it exfoliating cleansing hydrating
brightening or all of the above,

so the basic science of toner is that it
gives your skin a quick hit of intense hydration

as well as taking off the surface
layer of dead skin cells,

and make it nice and fresh and glowy,
and you can think of it like a sponge,

so if you pour water on a dry sponge,
water just kind of sits on top of the sponge,
but if you soak the sponge in water,

and then you add more water
into it absorbs right away,

so that's exactly like how toners
work and your skin works,

so the three main benefits you can think
of for toners is that it shrinks the appearance of pores,

takes away the impurities that are left
on your skin or even dead skin that actually clogs pores to produce breakouts,

and the most important part is that
it restores the pH balance,

so let's move on to what is pH,
what does it mean,
and what does it do,

and why is it important, so basically
it stands for potential of hydrogen,

so the pH scale ranges from 0 which
is acidic all the way to 14,

which is alkaline,
and our skin sits kind of a
little more towards acidic,

so between 4.5 to 5.5, and
after you wash your face,

it fluctuates so toner brings
it back to the neutral state,

balance between the
two spectrums,

so in order for our skin
barriers to work properly,

we need to make sure
the pH is balanced,

because if it's too acidic then
it gets too inflamed and red,

and if it's too alkaline,
then it gets too dry
and dehydrated,

so why this is important is because our
skin barrier is responsible for keeping in lipids natural oils and moisture,

while blocking out germs bacteria toxins pollutants all the negative things that cause breakouts,
yeah and like attack our skin,
so if our skin isn't properly protected with
the right level of moisture with the right level of acidity,

then it can't do its job, so all you need
to know is that's what toner is for,

it's coming in to restore the
skin's pH balance

so it can fend off itself bacteria
and everything nasty in the world,

and also to help the products in
the future that you're going to apply,

it absorbs better,
I think there's two avenues that
general consensus either goes down,

you either use a cotton
pad or use your hands ,

so for the cotton pads I usually generally
like putting it between my fingers two,

each and then swipe outward and upward,
Wow so methodical, and then there's the second way
which is what Felicia does which is just put
it on my palm,and then pat it in.

I really love the feeling of going pat patpat,
because it is very hydrating and very calming,
yeah and I feel like no product goes to waste,

I just feel like with cotton pads,
it just gets soaked on the pad,

if you're using toner as a way to cleanse,
like a second or third step of cleansing,

because sometimes we need that,
it will help remove all the impurities,

and if you're just using your hand it
won't do that as much or as well,

yeah so you can also be like Mia,
she does double toning,

she'll first use con pads, and then she'll use
the Felicia way, I like doing both too.

Maybe if you're coming out of the shower
you do that because you're already clean,

but if you're just washing your face,
just to get rid of all the residue
you do the cotton pad,

so next let's talk about the difference
between toners micellar waters cleansing water and essence,

there's a lot,
cuz there are really similar cleansing water
which is basically purified water,

why are we buying this,
because it's infused with a lot of nice things,

cleansing waters are usually infused with
other things such as essential oils plant extracts,

collagen and minerals,
it's best use as a light refresh in the morning
and throughout the day,

so you can think of toner as the parent family,
and then underneath that tree,

those things like beauty water, so this
specific one from Son & Park,

it's called beauty water, and it's a toner
and a cleansing water,

there's willow bark and papaya extract which are good for like we mentioned earlier,
brightening the skin,
naturally occurring acid,

so another one you might get toner
confused with is micellar water,

but there's a huge difference here,
micellar water is basically just
for cleansing your face,

it's not for nourishing,
and micellar water actually has micelles that
draw oil and draws water away from your skin,

which is completely the opposite
of what toner should do,

so don't get those confused,
kind of like these babies here, these aren't toners,
they're stripping away your oils,

they're really good at
removing makeup too,

- toner on the other hand, and
next there are essence,

so the confusing thing when it
comes to essence,

that's a whole other thing,
but you have an essence that's more
goopy more towards the serum side,

and then you have essences that
a more tonery,

so maybe sometimes just look
at the consistency of it,

it goes back to like simply
speaking the more watery,

it should be applied first,
and then the thicker it is,

the later on in the skincare routine,
so next we're gonna recommend you guys
depending on what different type of skin type you have,

which is the best toner to kind of match up
with those areas and those problems,

so be a dry skin oily skin combination
skin dull skin big pores,

yeah all of the above.
So if you have large pores,
you want to look for toners that have AHAs
or Alpha hydroxy acid

to help reduce the size
and appearance of the pores,

so we have two here, this is the Ren Ready
Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic,

and it works wonders,
and so here we have the Kale-Lalu-yAHA
which has AHA and also hyaluronic acid,

it's a hyaluronic acid is good for
replenishing hydration as well,

so if you have big pores try AHAs,
because they're actually a really
gentle chemical exfoliant ,

but also there's the Pixi Glow Tonic
which you can get at Target,

and also one that we found that was
really popular in amazon with ten thousand reviews was the
witch hazel by Thayers,

and then you will find this in every single category,
cuz apparently it's that good,
and witch hazel is actually really
good for inflammation as well,

I think we're gonna go buy
some after this.

It's only nine dollars why not,
if you have dull skin like me,

toners with natural exfoliants like papaya
and lactic acid are great for brightening the skin,

so like this one this is the ordinary lactic
acid ten percent with hyaluronic acid two percent,

if you're just getting into AHAs,
a really gentle one to use and it's good
for improving texture brightening color,

and this baby is only like
six dollars seventy,

so thank you Ordinary,
otherwise there's this Indie Lee CoQ-10
Toner and Burts Bees Brightening Refining Tonic six dollars,

and you can get that at drugstores,
for those of you with acne prone or oily
skin like me unfortunately

you want to look for toners once again that
will help break down kind of the oils in your pores,

so things like AHA, BHA,
salicylic acid lactic acid,

because this will then sink into your pores,
and break down the bacteria that's causing
inflammation and things like that,

my favorite three are one from Innisfree
it's the Bijia Blemish Care Toner,

and that one specifically got 2% salicylic acid,
so every time I feel like I'm breaking out,
I just like splash that all over the face just like,
otherwise there's this Fresh Herb
Calendula Tincture Toner,

it's like sixteen dollars really good
at inflammation, it calms,

it moistures it improves elasticity,
it balances, and it's soothes,

a lot of these toners they crossover
between different skincare concerns,

actually toners I feel like are the
most overall types thing.

Like most fluid yeah, so what she
uses on her dry flaky skin,

I can also use for my oily
acne prone skin,

so we both use theKale-
Lalu-yAHA religiously,

it's also got aloe which is soothing,
spinach parsley kale and vitamin b5,
and this is like $25,

so it's also a pretty decent price,
alright next if you have dry skin like me,
make sure you avoid products that have
alcohol because they'll further dry out your skin,

and ingredients to look out for that are
good for the skin are glycerin and hyaluronic acid,

which will help you replenish and keep in
and retain all that moisture,

Lock that in, so all of these are incredibly
hydrating, this one is my favorite one of all time,

and it's deeply hydrating as it says, there's
rose petals rose water and rose flower oil,

beautiful to look at and
beautiful for the skin,

so there's also sodium hyaluronic
in this product,

which is actually much smaller in molecular
size compared to hyaluronic acid,

which makes it really really hydrating,
other hydrating toners include the Thayer's
witch hazel one we mentioned before,

and also the Kiehl's ultra facial toner,
and then also the Calendula Tincture Toner.
So if you have sensitive skin you can use
all of the above of the suggestions we mentioned

because toner is like applicable to all,
but you can look specifically more
towards plant-based ingredients

like chamomile or aloe vera which
are really known for calming

and soothing irritation redness
and the inflammation,

there's the Laneige Fresh Calming Toner
and also the Clarins Toning Lotion with Camomile.

and if you have combination skin in
theory it sounds pretty tricky,

because half of your face is oily and
the other half is parched,

and you may not really
know what to do,

you have to put different
toners in different areas,

well the answer is you can just use most
of the products we mentioned earlier,

the most important thing if you do have
combination skin is rebalancing the pH level,

and just rebalancing in general,
because we both have combo skin,

it's like t-zone oily dry and flaky
on the outside,

so that was a pretty in-depth exploration
into the toning of the skin,

like but I think toner at the end of the
day is kind of an essential in the skincare routine,

because of that rebalancing,
so that your moisturizers and serums
can sink deeper into the layers of skin,

so while toners are very important
in your skincare routine,

how much you spend on it really
depends on personal preference,

yeah like your skin care concerns,
it's like comparing these two,
do they do the same thing,

probably but it was like 10
100 times the price of that,

but yeah it like comes
down to brands,

whether you're like ride or die
for a type of brand,

and it just works generally for
your skin then just stick to that,

but toners are one of the things that
if you buy low end or higher end,

it kind of generally doesn't
say anything,

I feel anyway, thank you guys
so much for watching,

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How to Use Toners to Get Clear Skin: Toner for Oily, Acne-prone, Dry & Sensitive skin

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Amy.Lin published on April 3, 2019
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