Arctic Face Mist
The second ingredient in this spray-on toner is witch hazel extract, which is an astringent that can cause dryness and irritation. Using this spray-on toner means you’re also exposing your skin to angelica root water, which, while not as problematic as the oil form of angelica, still exposes your skin to potentially irritating constituents such as bergapten and xanthotoxin. There are some very helpful ingredients in this toner, but the irritants that precede them are too great to overlook. Without the needless irritants, this would be an intriguing toner for those with sensitive skin to consider.
Arctic Face Mist instantly helps soothe and stabilize irritable skin with a cooling burst of beneficial mineral water. Tone and texture improve dramatically. Vital nutrients and minerals help energize and boost skin for a radiant, healthy glow.
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