Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Foxbrim’s Orange Blossom Water Toner [100% Natural] #Review

Foxbrim’s Orange Blossom Water Toner [100% Natural]  #Review

I received a large 4 fl. oz. bottle of Foxbrim Orange Blossom Water Toner a few days ago. This product comes in a brown glass bottle to preserve it's quality.

Now I've never heard of a toner that had orange blossom water in it before so was excited to open the bottle. Wow! The scent is so fragrant and refreshing! I found out that the Foxbrim uses bitter orange blossom tree water from the Mediterranean. There is nothing added so you know how pure and natural it is.

I use the toner on my face after cleansing my face at night and in the morning. To use all I do is use a  cotton ball and moisten it with the toner. Then go over my face and gently wipe away the impurities from my pores that you can't get with a cleanser. The toner is very gentle and makes my skin feeling very clean and fresh. There is no sting or burning after using it. Also it doesn't dry out my skin either, like some other toners may do. It's alcohol -free and can be used by any skin type you may have.

Besides using on your face the Foxbrim Orange Blossom Water Toner can be used for so many other purposes. It can be used in your bath water to make it smell wonderful and soothe your skin, 
It can also be used for aromatherapy, to make your room smelling fragrant, as a facial steam, or added to a facial mask.

Here is some information from Foxbrim of what you can expect from the product:

- Skin clarifying properties nurture a radiant glow 
- Minimize pore size 
- Heal scarring 
- Reduce inflammation and treat sun-exposed skin 
- Hydrate and soothe skin 
- Natural acidity will balance pH levels for healthy moisture and tone

I love using this toner and love how my skin feels great and refreshed without any harmful chemicals in it! 

If you are interested you may go to the link on Amazon below:

Disclosure: I received free sample in exchange for a product review. However, all opinions expressed here are my own and yours may differ.

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