Harlow - Flora Toner - Cherish, 60ml
This everyday-use ‘Cherish’ Flora Toner from Harlow will add that bit of brightness to tired-looking or damaged skin. Ideal for oily, dry or combination skin types.
- Vegan-Friendly Toner
- Uses 100% Natural Ingredients
- Perfect choice for everyday skincare
- Gently tone, hydrate and soothe your skin
- Restore pH balance for supple looking skin
This miracle Flora Toner from Harlow has been carefully blended together using essential natural ingredients for the perfect face toner.
Harlow’s ‘Cherish’ toner uses 100% natural ingredients that will leave your skin feeling invigorated and hydrated with a wonderful fresh scent. Alcohol-free, entirely plant-based and containing zero artificial ingredients, this toner is great for everyday use.
Let’s look a bit closer at those ingredients. Witch Hazel is alcohol-free and is able to help naturally tone and tighten the skin. As well as this it also acts as a powerful agent for keeping skin healthy and hydrated throughout the day - reducing swelling and redness and fighting the build-up of bacteria.
Used alongside Rose Floral Water, this toner really is like nothing else on the market. This is a miracle ingredient which helps to control sebum production on the face and neck, making it the perfect thing for both oily and dry skin types.
On top of this, it is packed full of useful antioxidants as well as vitamins A, C, D and E helping to fight against tired looking skin.
Directions for use
Apply twice a day between cleansing and moisturising. In case of an allergic reaction, stop using immediately and seek professional medical advice.
Aqua (Water) Purified, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Distillate, Rose damascene (Rose) Floral Water, Helichrysum (Imm/Ever)(Helichrysum Angustifolium) Flower Oil, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
Allergie Notice: Made in an environment that uses nut oils.
Frequently Asked Questions
What exactly is Sebum production?
Sebum production is a hormonal process linked to the development of acne on the skin. This occurs for different people throughout different periods, particularly during puberty or when menstruating.