All skin types
Balances the skin’s natural pH (at 5.5) and helps control sebum and minimize pores.
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma
Purified Water, Propylene Glycol, Γ-Oryzanol, Betaine, Butylene Glycol, PEG/ PPG-17/6 Copolymer, Hexylene Glycol, Sodium PCA, Glycerin, Glyceryl Acrylate/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Sodium Magnesium Silicate, Panthenol, PEG-60 Castor Oil, Apricot Kernel Extract , Algae Extract, Licorice Root Extract, Morus Alba Bark Extract, Elm Bark Extract, Forsythia Suspensa Fruit Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Sodium Hydroxide, Propolis Extract, Fragrance
How to use it
After cleansing, apply one or two pumps all over your face and pat in the product to your skin.
My thoughts on Soroci soothing skin toner
This is a product I really didn’t like from the beginning. It smells weird, almost chemical and I really thought it was going to be horrible for my skin.
The toner is really watery and transparent and doesn’t seem to be very moisturizing and I really can’t say that it is, but it is definitely not drying either.
Usually with Korean toners they are thicker and you really feel like they are doing wonders for your skin, but this one doesn’t but I really like how my skin feels after using this.
The packaging is really nice, but it contains very little product, only 50ml. It is a pump, which gives a great amount of product each time. When a product is this liquid it is so easy to get too much product, but with a pump that problem is gone.
The toner penetrates really fast into my skin and directly after using it I don’t feel that my skin is very moisturized but when I put the rest of my routine on my face, my skin is happy. If you have sensitive skin I think that this will be a perfect product for you. I will not repurchase, but mainly because there are so many other toners I want to try.
I give this product 4/7
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