Best Natural Toners and Organic Toner Mists for Sensitive Skin
The best natural toners and mists have been tested. I have judged and found my favorite organic toners and mists. I have sensitive skin, and these vegan and cruelty brands did the trick. I’m lucky enough to be one of the judges for the second year! Last year, I judged categories of face care and eyeliners. This year, I am judging organic toners, natural toner mists, and sun care. I judged them on ease of use, overall performance, user experience, and recommendation. Here are the best natural toners and mists that I trialed. I recommend all the organic toners and mists listed below and encourage you to find your fit. I am here to tell you about the sprays or toners and hope you look at these ethical beauty brands.
Remember, I am not an expert, a doctor, or trained in skincare. I happen to be a woman with sensitive skin looking for clean beauty. The Clean Beauty Awards are spreading the names of small businesses making a difference in the beauty world. “The Clean Beauty Awards celebrates the best-performing products, created with the healthiest ingredients, from around the world.” It is hosted by CertClean, North America’s leading certification for safer skincare. It isn’t about how organic or natural a product is, but how it does not contain 1400+ harmful chemicals. PurPicks is a partner of the Clean Beauty Awards. It is a review platform where only products with a 3rd party certification are in the directory.
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Organic Toner Mists
Eco by Sonya Driver – This certified organic skin compost super fruit toner is the most delicious-smelling pineapple balancing mist I have ever smelled! The organic toner spray is strong without making my face wet, and every time I use it, I say, “Ahhh, pineapple!” This was my number-one pick!
Immersion Botanic – I love the hydrating geranium mist on the go. It has a soft smell and widespread mist that I reach for several times a day and is small enough to fit in my purse.
Vanessa Megan – This bottle gave me the best first impression. The bottle is glass with transparent and durable labeling in rich-looking shades. The natural toner active mist met its high-end look performing as well as it looks. The mist spreads across the face lightly.
Dianne Caine Australia – Hydro-boost mist had me at its name. My skin type needs a good hydro-boost throughout the day and I use it often. The natural facial toner spray leaves my face damp with a faint scent of Damask rose behind.
Sioris: Time is running out. Confused me with its name. It doesn’t sound like a motivating name, but the mist leaves a much fresher feeling behind. Sioris products are simply clean and made in Korea. It needs to be shaken before use due to the separation. The separation is due to it being a natural toner. The smell is more on the citrus side and provides a delicate and light mist.
Best Natural Toners
Aromatica: The tea tree balancing toner was the best non-spray I judged. I love sprays throughout the day, but after I wash my face, I like an organic toner applied with a cotton round. Aromatica’s brand is one that I love. I also love their Rose absolute first serum and the aloe products I used with my sun care products. Their Organic Golden Jojoba Oil is my favorite oil with the many toner sprays I love!
isoi – PHA First Toner
Kaelen Harwell – Brightening Strawberry Citrus Toner
Thank you to CertClean’s Clean Beauty Awards for allowing me to judge and be a part of such a fantastic community of influential people trying to change the beauty industry one natural toner spray at a time.
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