An exfoliating toner.
Head this way for perfect skin with the Acid Trip Exfoliating Toner from the Skincare By BEAUTY BAY range. This exfoliating toner combines multiple forms of acid-based exfoliants, which target different layers of the skin. A blend of AHAs, such as glycolic and lactic acid work to refine, brighten, and even skin tone, whilst PHA (gluconolactone) helps to promote softer and smoother skin. Pores will be cleared and cellular turnover will be increased, which all results in a decongested, smoother, and brighter looking complexion.
Suitable for all skin types
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Aqua, Glycerin, Glycolic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Gluconolactone, Lactic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Maltodextrin, Biosaccharide Gum-1, Butylene Glycol, Citric Acid, Citrus Sinensis (Sweet Orange) Peel Oil, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Extract, Limonene.
Apply to clean skin, making sure to avoid the eye area.
Dispense a small amount of the toner into your palms and pat into the skin.
Alternatively, saturate a cotton pad with the product and gently sweep across the face.
Use in the PM. Use daily or 2-3 times a week if you have sensitive skin.
Always make sure to use SPF during the day when using this product.
Please note: a tingling sensation may be experienced if you have sensitive skin or are new to this kind of product. Do not apply to damaged or inflamed skin and discontinue use if irritation occurs. For sensitive skin or skin that is prone to reactions, patch testing prior to use is advised. Alternate this product with other exfoliating acid-based products to avoid over exfoliation.
To avoid irritation or increased sensitivity, do not use this product in conjunction with any other acids, retinol, or vitamin C.
DECONSTRUCT – Separate bottle & closure
CLEAN – Rinse & dry bottle & closure
RECYCLE – Bottle & outer box using the relevant bins
CHECK – Closure is not widely recycled, check with your local council