This is a milky toner that really works imo in hydrating the skin. It has a nice scent and feels great on the skin and of course, works well as a toner. The only problem I have against it is that the bottle opening is rather small, so it takes a bit of effort to get a good amount of product on a cotton pad.
First of all, the packaging is so pink and adorable. I love using this toner and used it up quite fast... that can be a bad thing but for me its a good thing because i usualy have other toners get dusty until i eventualy throw them out. This toner is thick and you may not even need moisturizer after. It makes my skin glow and not in a greasy.. in a healthy skin way. I really like this product.
This stuff feels so oily and thick... I get that it's intended for dry skins but still... Ugh.
This is almost like a moisturizing serum. I love the gel like consistency and it smells great!!! It makes my skin more soft and it's pink!!! It's not expensive for a Lancome product and I adore this!
T'was a bit of a blegh product for me. I mean, it wasn't overly impressive, but it didn't suck like crap either. Good thing it wasn't majorly expensive or anything or I may have thrown a fit for the grand total of things it did, which was not much.
For one, you know, I expected it to actually sink into my skin after half an hour and not leave this icky film - which subsequently wiped onto my pillowcase. Which was yuck.
Secondly, it didn't moisturise. Now I don't have skin like the Sahara, it's actually much more manageable than it used to be, and the only area of my skin that is vaguely oily is my forehead, very occasionally. I wouldn't say my skin is hard to moisturise. Clearly this product begs to disagree. I don't even know why I'm giving it such a great rating since I clearly felt no difference. Any tiny dry flakes or dry areas were still there come morning, and everything was just bloody same!
I've come to the conclusion that a lovely frenchy sounding name is rather overrated, and I just love my Sukin all natural night cream instead. No parabens, and my skin actually feels glowy. I don't know, try Lancome Tonique this-name-is-so-long-and-french is you're bored or have nothing else to spend your money on - but if you're expecting a KABOOM! Then prepare to be disappointed. Not the worst, but certainly not the best.
This was a disappointing product for me. I usually use Korean skin care brands, but I was in nyc at the time and needed something fast. I went to Sephora and bought this toner, because I heard great things about it. However, after using this for more than one month I can safely say it doesn't do squat for my skin. Even though it says its suppose to hydrate for dry skin my skin still feels extremely dry when I use this after my cleanser. I have to use my emulsion to make my skin feel soft and supple again. I do like the smell and the look of the packaging though.
Major disappoint for my first Lancome skincare product. I think I'm going back to Enprani and Missha.
BTW: One thing I forgot to mention is that this stings my skin like crazy. It becomes extremely painful especially when I use it around my chin and sides of my nose. And my face gets red and irritated. Supposedly there is no alcohol in this toner, but it hurts like a mother when I apply it.
this was sort of a splurge because i was looking for a gentle toner. but i think because of the thicker consistency, i use this as a sort of serum instead.
like a lot of other people on here, i just put some in my palms and apply to my face after i have cleansed. my skin drinks it up and feels more supple.
unfortunately, besides adding some moisture to your skin, i don't think it does anything else. i probably wouldn't buy again because of the price, and that i could do without it. but it's nice for now until i use it up.
Love this product. Very moisturizing. I also love to use it during the day to hydrate my skin.
A great toner for dry and very dry skin that I would not really even call it a toner. More like a light serum. Using the method recommended here, I apply this with my fingers instead of cotton pads or balls. Using cotton just wastes the product IMO. Helps to sooth my sensitive skin and make my face creams sink right in. This is the first "toner" I've ever used that I felt benefited my skin, all others did not do anything!
I love this product so much! I actually use it after my tonique douceur toner for extra moisture. It is perfect for adding moisture right before I apply my serum and sunscreen. It is almost as thick as a serum and it leaves my skin silky smooth. I think that someone with oily skin would really benefit from using this as a moisturizer if they find typical moisturizers leave them feeling oily. The only con is that all of the really beneficial ingredients such as antioxidants are after the preservative but if you use a serum loaded with antioxidants( I use estee lauder even skintone serum or estee lauder pore serum) it will compensate for the lack of antioxidant in the toner. The price isnt even terrible because it will last such a long time.