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78%
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4.4/5
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4.0
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7 months ago

Although I don't suffer from dry skin, I do find most toners harsh and drying and so for the most part tend to avoid them. This one however by Liz Earle is alcohol-free and full of natural plant-derived ingredients, plus humectants that help retain moisture in the skin. I use this every PM right before moisturizer and although not brightening as such, I do notice my skin look a little bit …Read more

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age30-35

skinCombination, Tan, Not Sure

hairBlack, Other, Other

eyesBrown


2.0
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7 months ago

So I got the Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer, which I was told is the same as their regular tonic. The spray bottle seemed more convenient, that's why I got it. Anyway, I bought this product because of the amazing reviews, but unfortunately this product did nothing to improve my skin.

I have combination/dry skin. My skin tends to be a little greasy around by T-zone …
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About reviewer (202 reviews)

age30-35

skinDry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

hairBrown, Straight, Medium

eyesBrown


5.0
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Apr/09/2017

The only toner that seems to have worked for me. I haven't had much luck with toners in the past as they normally dry my skin out and leave it a little bumpy and tight feeling. I don't tend to buy them anymore as I have had such bad experience in the past however tried this one due to it been cheaper to try the Liz Earle products in a set and this happened to be in the set. I don't …Read more

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About reviewer (69 reviews)

age19-24

skinCombination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

hairBlond, Kinky, Fine

eyesBlue


5.0
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fromgracyy

Apr/28/2016

Have been using this for 5 years and highly recommend!
I use the spray bottle version, which I prefer for moisturizing toners. Less wastefull than the cottonpad wipes which is best for exfoliating toners imo.
I use it at night before applying night oil, but can be used at am also.
Why I love it? Its not "another floral water mist" that simply smells good but does …
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About reviewer (18 reviews)

age25-29

skinCombination, Dark, Warm

hairBlack, Kinky, Medium

eyesBrown


1.0
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fromsksksk

Dec/09/2015

The fragrance was overpowering and irritating. I am using this on my back in an effort to finish this. The spritzer packaging was good.

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About reviewer (16 reviews)

age36-43

skinSensitive, Fair, Unknown

hairBlack, Unknown, Unknown

eyesOther


5.0
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Oct/27/2015

Difficult to get excited about a toner to be honest! Basically I'm in love with the cleanse and polish and I always like to use a matching toner. I use the spritzer bottle and I find it really refreshing! I like the scent - I find it quite subtle, not overpowering at all - and I've had no problems with irritation or sensitivity with any of the Liz Earle's products - possibly …Read more

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About reviewer (35 reviews)

age30-35

skinDry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

hairBrunette, Relaxed, Other

eyesBlue


3.0
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Mar/05/2015

First up this toner is heavily fragranced so not great if you have sensitive skin. I bought the toner as part of a package deal with the cleanse and polish otherwise I probably wouldnt have purchased. The scent is pleasant and it felt nice on the skin however as toners go I didnt really feel like it did anything. I didnt notice any difference in my skin when I used it or stopped using it …Read more

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About reviewer (48 reviews)

age30-35

skinDry, Fair, Unknown

hairBlond, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlue


5.0
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Jan/01/2015

I have bought this tonic over and over again. It's great on your skin and a great price. I would recommend buying the spray version as it dosnt pour out like the bottle version. Otherwise your cotton wool is soaking with tonic and wasted you don't need that much. A very good all rounder toner, closes pores and takes off any left over makeup. I wouldn't use anything else.

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About reviewer (68 reviews)

age25-29

skinOily, Medium, Neutral

hairBrunette, Relaxed, Medium

eyesGreen


4.0
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Aug/26/2014

One of the nicest toners I've found. I've since discovered pure Rosewater which is about the same price but for me easier to buy as I get individual bottles from Amazon. I'm usually disappointed by Liz Earle products but the toner is great for my sensitive/combo skin.

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About reviewer (480 reviews)

age44-55

skinCombination, Olive, Not Sure

hairBrunette, Wavy, Fine

eyesBrown


4.0
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Aug/19/2014

I use this mostly for spritzing my face after applying makeup to create a nice dewy natural finish. It is also good to have in my bag for a refresh throughout the day. It does remove makeup if applied to a cotton pad and wiped over the face so it has a few different uses. Overall I feel that this is a luxury rather than a necessary part if my daily routine. I will probably repurchase as it smells …Read more

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About reviewer (12 reviews)

age19-24

skinCombination, Fair, Unknown

hairBrunette, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlue