cecilia wong skincare | rejuvenating toner mist

cecilia wong rejuvenating toner mist

One of my favorite skin care staples is toner.

I’m not talking burn-your-face-teenager-astringent (I’m thinking of you, Oxy pads from my youth). I’m talking essential oil-laced, floral water-based toners that refresh, renew and revitalize the skin.

While I have a drawer full of these miracle waters, one of my top shelf staples comes from Cecilia Wong. This gorgeous skin care and spa expert has created the ultimate toning mist that has me perked up and ready for the day every morning when I spray it on my face.

cecilia wong rejuvenating toner mist

{Cecilia Wong Skincare sent me a sample of its Rejuvenating Toner Mist, which retails for $32 for 4 ounces. I’ll be ordering a bottle of this to replace my just-finished bottle ASAP! Photo Courtesy Cecilia Wong Skincare}

Cecilia Wong has created an alcohol-free, probiotic- and herb-loaded toner that smells absolutely amazing. It’s got soothing chamomile in it to balance oil levels as well as rosemary, lavender and lemon to keep skin clean and fresh. All of these plants help create the alluring, fresh aroma that keeps me reaching for another spritz.

Besides gushing about what’s in the bottle, I can’t get enough of the actual mechanics of the bottle — specifically, the ultra-fine mist that it sprays on my face in a nice, round area.

Some of the other toners I own, while I love the formula, have poor spritz execution; it’s usually too targeted, so the toner doesn’t distribute evenly and finely across the face, which makes me have to get a cotton ball and swoosh it around to cover all of my skin.

Not with Cecilia’s toner. I’ll admit, though I just finished the bottle, I decided to dump another toner I’m testing and reviewing into Cecilia’s bottle — I have a much better impression of the other toner now that I can happily spritz away without worrying about taking out an eyeball!

So tell me: Do you use toners, or do you feel like they are just an additional step in your already-complicated skincare routine? What sort of packaging issues do you pay attention to when it comes to your beauty products? Tell me what you think in the comments section.

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  • Susan

    I guess I don’t understand what the point of toner is. I cleanse my face; I moisturize my face. What does “toning” do? My skin care routine is already complicated enough without an additional step (although I’m always a sucker for new products…).

  • @susan great question! i like using toner immediately before i apply serum or moisturizer. having my skin a bit damp before i apply these helps the moisture soak in a bit more. also, we’re really not that good at cleaning our faces; toners help wipe away the last bit of dirt/grime/oil from our faces and really open up our pores and deliver good ingredients to keep them clean and fresh. :)

  • I use toners! Right now, I using ACURE rose + red tea balancing toner. It’s lovely, but the spray is targeted so I pat around AND THEN add my moisturizer! Now, I’m curious about Cecilia’s toner – will check it out when mine is done! :)

    xo, sam

    *Style of Sam*

  • @samantha i have GOT to try some acure organics products. i keep seeing/reading/hearing about it, and have yet to order some. you have me convinced! definitely give cecilia a try — her toner is a top 5 favorite for sure. :) xo

  • Katie

    Can you break down your official skin care routine? I think mine needs an overhaul and I want to do it properly!

  • @katie check out my feature on the clean beauty blog (http://thecleanbeautyblog.com/post/25497054107/kimberlyloccleanregime).

    i will also write a separate post with the basic details…just for you, my dear! :)

  • Katie

    Love it! Thanks, lady…you rock.

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