Ideal for dehydrated, combination, sensitive or sensitized skin
100, 200 or 500 ml
Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Propanediol, Chondrus Crispus Extract, Saccharum Officinarum (Sugarcane) Extract, Sea Water, 1,2-Hexanediol, Protease, Betaine, Panthenol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Allantoin, Xanthan Gum, Disodium EDTA
How to use
Cleanse your face. Saturate a cotton pad with the toner and gently wipe the face. Or you can use your hands to apply it.
This is a low irritation toner that removes dead skin cells in the pores. It contains panthenol, allantoin and betaine which moisturize and protect sensitive skin. It has a water type toner which quickly adheres to the skin leaving it fresh.
My thoughts on Round lab 1025 Dokdo Toner
When I bought this one my hopes were set to the roof. It was a hyped product and everyone seemed to like it a lot. I have a really dry skin type and I am always on the lookout for a good toner that can start my moisturizing step. To me a toner is a really important step in my skincare routine since it is the ground to building up my routine and if the toners is not working it can make a big difference.
My skin is really on the far end of dryness. In the summer time my skin isn’t very problematic but I still need to stay away from product that might be drying to my skin.
This comes in a simple, but yet really nice packaging. It is a hard plastic bottle with a perfects sized opening. Sometimes you buy a product that is really liquid or more solid and the opening of a bottle can make a huge difference in getting too much product out. Or actually needing to shake the bottle hard to get any out. But this one is just perfect.
Round lab 1025 Dokdo Toner is not scented which is really great. I do feel that there is so much scent used in to many things that a perfume is almost unnecessary. I don’t hate scented products at all I just prefer them to be without. Since I have dry and a little bit sensitive skin, fragrance can sometimes mess a product up completely for me.
This toner is really lightweight and liquid and reminds me more about water than anything else. Watery toners can be really moisturizing as well. But on my skin they usually aren’t enough to make a difference or a good start.
Since it is really lightweight it also absorbs really fast into my skin, without leaving any stickiness or any feeling of me using anything on my face
As for its moisturizing ability it is not doing anything for my skin. I can add three layers of this before I even feel that it does anything to my skin at all. But bare in mind that I have really dry skin and that this is probably just a me issue (or a problem for people with my skin type).
This is an exfoliating toner (which means that it removes dead skin cells) but it isn’t a strong one so you don’t need to be careful using it everyday. If you do feel that it is too much you can just use it a little less often.
This is really not a toner for my dry skin. It actually does nothing for me. But if you have normal to oily skin this might be a perfect match for you. As it seems to be a really great toner according to a lot of other people. You can buy it in 100ml just to try and see if it is a perfect match for you.
I give this product 1/7
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