beauty,  review,  skincare

Kueshi Pure and Clean Toner

kueshi toner

I got this product in my January Glossybox and knew it’s something I wanted to review.

I’ve never really seen the benefit to a toner before. Other than it gets any makeup off your face that your cleanser missed. But when I saw this magical pink liquid my eyes lit up. PINK!

This toner gently removes any traces of dirt and makeup still left on the skin and prepares it for your serums, moisturisers and makeup. It freshens, brightens and brings the skin back to it’s natrual PH.

It controls shine in oily, spot prone areas as well as giving moisture to dry patches.

kueshi toner

Kueshi Toner Ingredients:

aqua, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, gly­ce­rin, cha­mo­mi­lla recutita flower extract, calendula offi­ci­na­lis flower ex­tract, hydroxye­thyl­ce­llulose, dmdm hydantoin, peg-40 hydrogenated castor oil, ethoxydiglycol, propyleneglycol, sodium benzoate, po­tas­sium sorbate, par­fum, ci­tric acid, so­dium hydroxi­de, geraniol, linalool, d-limonene, ci45100

kueshi toner

I don’t think I’ve ever smelt a toner so lovely in my life. It has a sweet peachy scent and it’s delicious. I initially thought the bottle was pink and the toner itself would be clear, but I was wrong – it’s the liquid that’s pink, which I love for some reason. The inner child in me is squealing with glee every time I smear this on my face.

The only thing that would make it more exciting is glitter and unicorns. But I’m not sure if those are good ingredients to rub on your face. I searched Google, but I couldn’t find out if unicorns are paraben free. Dang.

kueshi toner

I love love love this product and it wins a place on my ‘would buy again’ list, which is so rare for products. I’m not easily impressed with skincare products and I’m often left feeling disappointed with products other people love.

This just leaves my skin feeling fresh, soft, clean and I find myself feeling excited to use it because of the scent.

Big thumbs up from me! Well done, Kueshi!

What’s your favourite toner?

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