Nevertheless, I finally decided to try out the toner. I usually use a DIY blend of witch hazel and essential oils, so the Balm Balm one, which contains only witch hazel, glycerin, and alcohol, didn't seem like too big of a change. It's an extremely gentle toner. I've had great results using witch hazel, but it can sometimes be a little drying. The glycerin here definitely helps with that! My skin never felt dry while using the Balm Balm toner, so that isn't something you need to worry about.
|Ingredients: Hamamelis Virginia Extract (Witch Hazel), Glycerol, Grain Alcohol.|
Balm Balm's prices are generally very affordable and this toner retails for
I will say that since trying this, I've bought some vegetable glycerin and I've been inspired to start playing around with my homemade toner recipe again. I'm curious to see if it's possible to use just a small amount of glycerin to get the added hydration, but still avoid the sticky, tacky feeling. If I'm successful, you'll definitely hear all about it!