There is one very special product in our line that is capable of more than it lets on! The Balance Toning Mist is known for its very important part as the 2nd step in our recommended skincare routine, however, did you know it can do much more? Made up of key ingredients such as rose and neroli oils, our toning mist restores skin’s natural pH balance and tightens pores while continuing to protect it from damaging free radicals. It also miraculously is able to reduce the visibility & formation of fine lines or wrinkles! Sounds pretty powerful, if you ask us. Here are the top ways we recommend using our most versatile product, the Balance Toning Mist:
1. The Obvious
We recommend using the mist as the 2nd step in our daily skincare routine! All steps mentioned below:
Step 1: Cleanse - In the morning, invigorate your skin with with a gentle exfoliator. In the evening, use an oil based cleanser to ensure the removal of all makeup/dirt from the day.
Step 2: Tone - Spritz a few sprays of ourBalance Toning Mist to free your skin of unnecessary radicals.
Step 3: Moisturize - Choose a facial oil that is perfect for you. If your skin is feeling dry & needs a little extra hydration, we'd recommend the Soothe Face Oil. TheClarify Face Oil is perfect if your skin is considered to be combination, oily, or sensitive.
Step 4: Eye Serum - Place 1 droplet of the Restore Eye Serum onto your fingertip and lightly tap around the eye. That's all!!
2. Mid-Day Rejuvenation
Feel like the long work day has made your skin look drab? A couple sprays of the Lush Balance Toning Mist will awaken your skin and leave you looking more alive than you did when you arrived! Try to find a coffee that will do THAT for you...
3. Set Your Face
After finishing beautifying yourself with your favorite look, set your makeup with a couple spritzes of the toning mist. It will help to make your look last & give you the gorgeous glow you desires!
Feel free to pick up your own 70mL bottle of the Balance Toning Mist here.
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