Monday, May 11, 2015

Orange Blossom Water Toner from #Foxbrim First Impressions

Foxbrim recently sent me a bottle of Orange Blosson Water Toner to try, and share my results with you all. Below you will find a product description provided by the company, as well as how the product worked for me and my honest opinion of it.

Foxbrim’s Orange Blossom Water Toner brings the wonderfully scented floral water of the Mediterranean to you. From the bitter orange tree comes a 100% pure and natural blossom (or flower) water. Absolutely nothing added so you enjoy the full benefits of this fragrant and skin healing water. Renowned for it’s many uses and benefits, Orange Blossom Water has astringent and anti-microbial properties to provide skin a fresh and and balanced feel while removing excess dirt and oil.
Pure and natural distillation of Neroli. Also known as Neroli Oil (or Hydrosol) - Citrus aurantium amara.
-Visibly softens wrinkles and scars-Stimulates new cell growth-Balances skin tone and oil production-Fades marks, scars and skin damage

This toner is very natural smelling and fells nice on the skin as well. The smell however is very bitter and I find it hard to tolerate on my face. It takes quite a long time to dissipate so I have to use it at night only when I will be layering many more skincare items. I did however love how this made my skin feel when I added it to my bath water. It not only seemed to soften my skin but I noticed my skin was less dry after adding this my water as well. A very nice product for face or body in my opinion.

You can find this product on Foxbrim's website.

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