Burt's Bees • Rosewater & Glycerin Toner • Toners
|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is really harsh and it burned my skin because it contains alcohol! I thought because of the glycerin in conjunction with the rose water this would be genial. It's HORRIBLE! Smells like putrid old orange peels and alcohol! After burning my face and making it red it left it very sticky and my face looked oily! Don't wast your money on this! I am now using Thayers alcohol free rose petal toner and I'm very pleased with that.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
This is the only toner I have tried that doesn't burn and make my face as bright as tomato. It's so gentel and removes any excess oil, makup, dirt, whatever from my skin that was left ehind by my cleanser. It also makes my skin feel and look soft and moisturized. I just absoluetly adore this toner.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I absolutely love this toner! I have combo oily/dry skin which is prone to breakouts and ever since I started using this toner I have had almost no breakouts. I use this faithfully morning and night after washing my face and love the way it makes my skin feel. Does my skin look like super model skin? No, of course not! Anyone who expects some magic or miracle from this then you will be thoroughly disappointed. However, if you want something that's light, natural and great for skin that's a little more on the 'mature' side (I am 42) then you should definitely try this toner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I actually got my bottle on sale at Target it was originally 11$ or so and I got it for like 5$ so its safe to say I was ecstatic. However now that I have tried it I would not mind at all paying full price for it because it's amazing! I love it and I use it every day. I am prone to getting a lot of black heads on my nose and after I use clay mask I use this to close up my pores and it works beautifully! I also have dry skin and it does not dry it out which is perfect for me. If you are looking for a toner I highly recommend this. (the bottle with the rose on it, not the purple lid)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
My go-to Toner. :) If you have combination skin (oily in some areas and dry in others) then I highly recommend this one. I've tried loads of other toners, ranging from Neurtrogena to Skinfood and Etude House to Clean and Clear and Spectro to Lancome, and they all made me break out to a degree or were just too harsh on my skin (caused that "burning" feeling on my cheeks). This toner is refreshing and light and makes my skin feel clean afterwards.
I apply it twice a day, both times after washing my face, by soaking a cottonball and rubbing it on my face to remove any impurities my face wash didn't catch. The price is decent and it lasts for a while. I also use it to clean my ear piercings with a q-tip. I have no problems with this product and the few days I ran out of it, I started breaking out within a few days. o_o
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I was on the hunt for a new toner, and I'm really happy I picked this up. I love that it's natural and am pleased with the ingredients: rosewater is great for redness, witch hazel is awesome for clearing up blackheads and aloe is good for calming the skin.
Even though alcohol denat is the second ingredient, I don't find this to dry out my skin.
My face feels clean and refreshed after using it, and I think it has definitely helped with cleaning my pores. I've been using Neostrata's glycolic acid toner as well and I have had no problems alternating between the two.
The bottle is a fair size. I'm willing to pay decent money for good products. There is usually a reason why certain things are very cheap, and others expensive (unless you're just paying for the brand name!)
This is a really great product. I wish people would realize the benefits natural ingredients have, vs. harsh chemicals in so many of the products we use that aren't necessary!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Bought this with high hopes! I usually like Burt's Bees products... but this one let me down. For reference, I don't have sensitive skin, nor do I have acne or frequent break outs. After running out of my beloved Lancome toner, I bought this on a whim based on the price and that it's supposed to be "natural". Unfortunately, on first use, I broke out in hives and welts all over my face (yuck). I'm guessing it is from the alcohol in it (something Lancome toner does not have), which is my mistake for not reading the ingredients thoroughly. :( If you are very allergic to alcohol this is not the product for you! It may also be the glycerin that my skin is reacting to.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Absolutely love this stuff. I always found toners to be too harsh on my skin, so when I saw that this was made specifically for sensitive skin I snatched it right away. My skin is smoother and far less irritated since I've been using this toner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I liked this product overall, especially how its all natural. I use it with a cotton pad at nighttime after washing my face then I apply moisturizer on my face. It makes your skin a lot better, I was hoping it would diminish my hyperpigmentation but it didnt :( rest assure, its a great product that makes your skin feel refreshed in the morning. However, it makes my skin sensitive afterwards if i don't apply moisturizer right away. My sister has Rosacea and it worked fine on her. The only con would be that its really pricey, $16CDN and it comes in a small bottle so it's gonna be used up kinda quick. but i don't mind repurchasing.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I have used this toner for years. But only recently found that I reach for it consistently. I used to go back and for with this and Clinique's toner in #2. But found that the Clinique one was just getting to be too drying for my skin. When I used up my last bottle of Burt's Bee's rosewater&glycerin toner I panicked because most retailer's that carry the line unfortunately don't carry this one specific product. I randomly went into a local pharmacy that is also a health food store looking for new herbal tea's to try and lo and behold there it was. I will continue to use this as long as I can find it. My skin has never looked, or felt better. My only gripe is with the packaging, I wish they would put a flip-open cap on the bottle. Other than that, this is an A-1 product in my skin care regime. And I love the scent. Just lovely!