Toners Are The Least Understood Product in Skin Care: Sublime Beauty Explains and Introduces a New Vitamin C Toner This Week

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Many men and women use day and night creams, and may use some special products like Retinol or Collagen Serums. But few today use facial toners, which is a big mistake, and Sublime Beauty® explains why.

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Facial toners are among the least understood products in skin care today, says Sublime Beauty®.

Facial toners are among the least understood products in skin care today, says Sublime Beauty®. Many don't know what they are or why they should be used.

"Toners balance the PH of our skin," says Kathy Heshelow, founder of Sublime Beauty®. "The water we use to cleanse our face, cleansers themselves, toxins in the environments and those that are excreted through our skin cause imbalance to the PH. Yet balanced PH is the key to great skin."

The result of inbalanced skin can be inflammation, pimples, dryness or uneven skin tone - and the other products used on a daily basis will not work as well, either. Skin surface ideally rests between a PH of 4.5 and 5.5, which is slightly acid to inhibit bacteria and allergens.

Sublime Beauty® introduces a new Vitamin C Toner this week. Using the toner twice daily after cleansing and before applying skin products will help balance the PH of skin. In addition, Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that will help heal and protect skin.

The Vitamin C Toner is on sale this week, and is part of the new Vitamin C Collection at Sublime Beauty.

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