Thursday, March 5, 2015

OZ Naturals: Ocean Mineral Tonic Review #OZnaturals



OZ Naturals Facial Toner contains Glycolic Acid, Vitamin C, Witch Hazel & Ocean Minerals. This toner is a crucial base for your anti-aging regimen. It calms unbalanced skin, and helps diminish fine lines & wrinkles for that healthy, youthful glow! 
The active ingredients in this spray will heal and restore on their own, as well as support a synergistic relationship with anything layered on top of it. Organic sulfur acts as a healing solvent, driving ingredients deep into your cells and creating permeability, for nutrients to move in and toxins to move out.
Amino acids, ocean minerals, vitamin c, and active plant extracts work miracles with dry, sun damaged skin.
This treatment spray is results driven. Prepare to be amazed! Expect to see results within the first seven days of DAILY use.

This toner seems to have a decent list of ingredients that aren't harmful to acne-prone or sensitive skin, both of which I personally have. This toner has a nice low pH that will help prevent bacteria (including acne) from thriving on your skin. It is not acidic enough to provide any chemical exfoliation, but I my skin definitely enjoyed this toner after cleansing. I love how much brighter and clearer my complexion looked after regular use.

If you would like to try it for yourself, you can pick it up on Amazon.


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