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Skin Care Review: Neutrogena No Alcohol Toner

by Matt


Gently tones and closes pores

Might not be strong enough for very oily skin

I recently purchased Neutrogena Alcohol-Free Toner and have found it to be one of the best toners I have used. It is non-irritating, which tends to be a problem for me when I use most toners due to the alcohol or other astringent ingredients. I often find that my skin turns red and remains irritated for an hour or so when I apply most toners. I am fair-skinned and am very sensitive to harsh toners and cleansers and this product has served me well. The toner did not strip my skin of moisture but if I had an oily complexion, I might not be as satisfied. I don't know if this would be suitable for such complexions.

This is a great product at a reasonable price.

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