KarmaCeuticles Vital Hydrant Toner 6.7 oz
Refreshes, hydrates and stimulates skin.
Vital Hydrant Toner 6.7 oz is a blend of vital extracts that refresh, hydrate and stimulate sluggish skin. Ginseng Extract, Ginkgo Extract, Rosemary Extract and glycoproteins promote oxygen-revitalizing properties, which are lost with aging. Aloe Vera Barbadensis Gel, Chamomile Extract, Japanese Green Tea and Sea Whip smooth the skin, while Lavender Oil calms the senses. The blend of three anti-oxidant vitamins A, E and C protect from free radical damage to the skin caused by the environment. Excellent for ultra sensitive skin Appearance: Clear slightly gelled with wonderful Lavender Oil scent. Use: Spa & Home – Use twice daily after thorough cleansing. Apply with flat cotton pad to the face, neck and chest area and let absorb into the skin before applying special treatment or moisturizer. Key Ingredients: Aloe Barbadensis Gel – Derived from the inner gel of the Aloe plant this gel enhances the consistency of this formula. It also hydrates and soothes the skin. Aloe has been known for its anesthetic, antibacterial, and tissue restorative properties. Ginseng Extract: Ginseng Extract is beneficial in this toner for revitalizing and conditioning the skin. Used for thousands of years, Ginseng is touted as a prolonger of life and cure for literally all-human ills. Japanese Green Tea Extract: (Camellia Sinensis Extract) – This extract helps reduce skin irritation and redness. Japanese Green Tea Extract acts as an effective antioxidant to scavenge free radicals. Sea Whip Extract: Pseudoprerogorgia Elisabetbae - A feathery member of Caribbean-grown gorgonian coral, that may hold the most promise. 0.06% of the extract neutralizes 90% of phospholipase A2 (PL~2) which is a naturally occurring enzyme in the body that leads to the pain and swelling associated with Rosacea. Vitamin A: Increases the skin elasticity, and normalizes dry, parched skin. Other Ingredients: Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Juice, Polysorbate 20, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Anthemis Nobi