Resist Anti-Aging Repairing Toner
Super-light, anti-ageing toner prevents signs of ageing and refines pores.
- Skin Type: Combination skin, Oily skin
- Concern: Breakouts , Anti-Aging , Blackheads , Brown spots
- Ingredients: Niacinamide/Vitamin B3 , Phospholipids , Hyaluronic Acid View all
- Routine: Toner
VariationsFull size 118 ml
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Resist Anti-Aging Repairing Toner
What does it do?
An age-defying toner for oily, breakout-prone skin.
This super-light, anti-ageing toner is ideal for oily skin prone to breakouts and blackheads. Enriched with niacinamide, it goes beyond simple hydration - visibly improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores and uneven skin tone for softer, smoother, youthful-looking skin.
Suitable for breakout-prone skin
Fights signs of ageing
Leaves skin feeling clean and refreshed
How to use
After cleansing, apply a little bit of toner on a cotton pad to your face and neck. Do not rinse off.
Follow with an exfoliant, antioxidant serum and/or a day or night cream suitable for your skin type. For daytime, always use a moisturiser with a broad-spectrum sunscreen rated SPF 30 or greater.
Thank you for submitting your review! It will be reviewed by our staff before it is posted.No pore refining, no repairing but a lot of dehydration. May be will suitable fore very oily skin. I have combi sensitive. I use it after clenser from the same line. Which is not good also. I dont have feeling that my skin is clean. Lets say I expected more. I dont use make up to conlude how it works with make up. But i can say it is not my favorite product. I will use because i bought it but i will not repeat for sure. And i have totaly dry feeling on my skin after cleansing and toning with this productsI pat a small amount of this toner onto my face every morning, and find it very soothing and hydrating without being greasy. Over time, this toner has made a big difference in diminishing the appearance of post-breakout hyperpigmentation.I love it. It's great to use on nights when I skip exfoliants. It isn't as irritating as an exfoliant but it still helps with clogged pores.
I have samples of PC skin balancing toner and I can't use that one at all. It causes flushing and stinging on me. I'm glad I can use this one because it has peptides and niacinamide. Itso also a liquid texture and I love that. Thumbs up from me.This is a nice toner but not one of my favourites. I guess this might burn just a little sometimes. That’s odd because any other toner from Paula’s I have tried doesn’t do that. I have sensitive skin and rosacea. Skin balancing toner is really nice to use in the evening and Earth Sourced toner is my absolute favourite in the morning.I'm not really into toners but following the launch of the Niacinamide Booster I wanted one with niacinamide and antioxidants. It was worth the try: after showering, I immediately pat this toner on my face and it soothes my combination, rosacea-prone skin. I noticed a smoother skin with no zits. Great.It's like te Resist Advanced Replenishing Toner Skin Remodeling Complex but lighter like water. It doesn't leave any residue and doesn't make your face shine. Probably the lightest toner but with awesome ingredients. It seems to calm my face after shaving it. So this is my new favourite one and I recommend it.
What are the key ingredients?
Very effective skin-restoring ingredient that can visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and dullness.
Type of lipid (fat) composed of glycerol, fatty acids, and phosphate. Acts as water-binding and skin-restoring agent.
Component of skin tissue. A superior skin-replenishing ingredient that can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.
Aqua, Glycerin (hydration/skin replenishing), Ethoxydiglycol (hydration), Niacinamide (skin-restoring), Acetyl Glucosamine (hydration/skin replenishing), xilaS Nigra (Willow) Bark Extract (skin-soothing), Resveratrol (grape-derived antioxidant), etanorulayH muidoS (hydration/skin replenishing), Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 (skin-restoring), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1 (skin-restoring), Phospholipids (hydration/skin replenishing), Epigallocatechin Gallate (antioxidant), Carnosine (skin-restoring), Genistein (antioxidant), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (skin-soothing), enisonedA (skin-restoring), Xanthan Gum (texture-enhancing), Citric Acid (pH adjuster), Polysorbate 20 (texture-enhancing), Butylene Glycol (hydration), Ethylhexylglycerin (preservative), Carbomer (texture-enhancing), Tetrasodium EDTA (stabilizer), Phenoxyethanol (preservative).
Why do I need a toner?
A toner is a great addition after cleansing to make sure that you've removed your makeup. A good toner contains antioxidants that soothe and protect the skin, and restorative ingredients that counteract dehydration. Your skin feels softer and functions better.
Creamy foaming face wash will leave skin feeling refreshed, soft and smooth.
Ultra-light exfoliant improves visible signs of ageing and refines pores for radiant skin.
A lightweight hyaluronic serum that reduces brown spots from breakouts and makes pores less visible.
Advanced anti-ageing moisturiser for oily skin smooths fine lines and reduces blackheads.
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