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As you probably know by now, we are real skin care heads here. Our collection of lotions and potions is constantly evolving, as is our understanding of ingredient labels, sustainability practices and the like. But that does not mean that we take care of every product launch undivided. As editors, it is our duty to search the highly saturated skin care industry to find the most innovative approaches to outdated ideas, to find the most effective formulations and, most importantly, to examine the cost-benefit analysis of all products that we present to our audience. (Okay, sometimes we're a sucker for sweet packaging too.) So we were all full of ears when we heard that our sister skin care brand Versed is launching two new breakthrough toners that remind you why this multi-purpose care is so important Elixirs are such an essential part of every skin care routine.
The clean, vegan brand has just launched its new skin tonics, which are available now and clean, moisturize, balance and brighten our faces with just a few pumps. Join Versed's latest Buzzy product launches: Baby Cheeks All-in-One Moisturizing Milk ($18) and Weekend Glow Daily Brightening Solution ($ 18).
If you're having trouble gently and effectively removing your makeup, having to remove residue from your pores to make them look less pronounced, or if you want to add a gentle daily scrub to the mix, it's probably time to add toner Regime to incorporate into your makeup and these two bottles of goodness should be at the top of your vanity. As usual, the products do without detachable, irritating and toxic ingredients in favor of the good products that your skin really likes. Read on for the essentials.
We would also not refrain from emphasizing the value of these $ 18 tonics. In a world where micellar water, toner refinement, and peeling solutions can cost hundreds of dollars, these affordable options help democratize skin care without sacrificing safety or effectiveness. During the test, we were very impressed with the amount of product dispensed by the pump mechanism on the bottle. Only two or three pumps left our cotton pads fully saturated and ready to wipe across the face, neck and chest. Consider these elixirs as approved by the publisher.