I absolutely love toner. It’s a super easy way to give my face a quick cleaning and refreshing, especially after a walk on a hot summer day. Despite the leakage risks, I always travel with it—a small bottle makes for a nice, refreshing break on long flights. Unfortunately, it can also make for a lemongrass scented soggy mess if something gets bumped the wrong way. Hence, dry toner tablets!
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As with my hair, I try not to bother my face by washing it too often (which also, conveniently, means I don’t have to bother myself to wash my face—win/win, says I). Most of the time a simple swipe with some toner will do the trick, but sometimes I need a good mid-week, between masks scrubbing. This sensitive skin scrub fits the bill—cleansing without being irritating.
Like most people, I’m not the type who gets excited about cleaning the bathroom. You would have just cause to worry about me if I did. Anyhow, this scrub got me excited about bathroom scrubbing for at least a few minutes, and if that’s not a testament to how awesome it is, I don’t know what is.
I’m a firm believer that baths are one of the best things you can do with your clothes off (wink wink, nudge nudge). They make everything better, warm you up, and send you away feeling all soporific and lovely. Like a massage, but not quite as good, though much cheaper.