10 hydrating toners that are a dream for dry skin

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The alcohol-heavy toners of yesteryear probably still have some dry-skinned people running for the hills. 

But if your skin needs a hydration boost, you should really be running toward the toners. 2020 toners are a completely differen’t breed, trust us.

The right toner will hydrate, soften and add luminosity, locking in moisture and helping prevent future dehydration.

We’ve rounded up 10 of the best toners for dry skin if you’re looking for a little moisture-boost. 

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Natio Ageless Rehydrating Toner

Natio Ageless Rehydrating Toner has an alcohol-free formula that balances and revitilises the skin with rosehip oil, aloe and mandarin. 

Syrene Skincare Aquagel Refreshing Toner

Syrene Skincare Aquagel Refreshing Toner is an ultra-hydrating gel toner that removes excess residue and improves skin texture. 

Alpha-H Daily Essential Vitamin Mist

Alpha-H Daily Essential Vitamin Mist instantly hydrates and refreshes the skin with its vitamin-enriched formula. 

Ella Baché Daily Hydration Mist

Ella Baché Daily Hydration Mist is formulated with hyaluronic acid, witch hazel and marine botanical extracts to strengthen the skin’s protective barrier and avoid moisture loss while giving an instant boost of hydration. 

Paula’s Choice Moisture Boost Essential Hydrating Toner

Paula’s Choice Moisture Boost Essential Hydrating Toner has been made specifically for dry and very dry skin types. Enriched with a hydrating blend of antioxidants, this toner works to moisturise and reduce inflammation. 

kōtia Purifying Toner

kōtia Purifying Toner improves skin tone and repairs damaged skin with it’s blend of essential amino acids. 

Trilogy Hydrating Mist Toner

Trilogy Hydrating Mist Toner is designed to be a little recharge for skin when it’s dry or stressed. The blend of rose, lavender and geranium works to cool and refresh the skin, giving it a boost of hydration. 

Sukin Naturals Hydrating Mist Toner

Sukin Naturals Hydrating Mist Toner is gentle and alcohol-free, perfect for soothing, toning and cooling skin on the go. 

The Body Shop Vitamin E Hydrating Toner

The Body Shop Vitamin E Hydrating Toner has been formulated with two hydration heroes: glycerin and vitamin E. These ingredients work together to leave skin soft, supple and refreshed. 

Blessed by Nature Hydrating Facial Mist Toner

Blessed by Nature Hydrating Facial Mist Toner  uses witch hazel, rose water and green tea to soothe, tone and rehydrate the skin. 

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  1. So many options to consider from for dry skinned people like me. Of these, I have tried The Body Shop and Sukin and they are quite good. My favourite, for years, has been the pink Lancome bottle of Tonique Confort. It is pure hydration in a bottle that my skin loves

  2. I’ve never used a toner. I’ve tried plenty, but they all made my skin break out. But I’ll admit that it was a long time ago. There’s quite a few here that look interesting. Something to reconsider perhaps.

  3. Really like the whole Body shop Vitamin E range and highly recommend the toner especially for those with sensitive skin. I use these products on my 81 year old mums skin as well and they are so soothing.

  4. I use rosewater that come in big glass bottles, from ethnic supermarkets. Pop it into indigo (uv safe) glass fine mist spray and voila, diy rose mist toner. It is sweet smelling (like real crushed rose petals), soothes the skin and rehydrates my skincare during the day. Plus so refreshing. And edible

    If I get my hands on that Ella Bache one (oooh, the bottle looks pretty), would not mind… being a bit boujee =D

  5. When I was at the spa the other day they informed me that my skin is Normal/oily which surprised me as I would have said normal/dry. But at the same time they said hydrating products are good.

  6. Tagging this for later reference. I have an Andalou toner that I occasionally remember to use at the moment and it does a decent job. If I ever get through it I’ll come back and look at the options here.

  7. I don't use toner as regularly as I did when I was younger; only now and again. The ones I use aren't found on store shelves. They are both from L'Oreal Paris. The Revitalift Rejuvenating Toner I bought online and the Revitalift Anti-Aging + Firming Aqua Milky Toner, I bought Overseas. The only reason I bought these was to use it in conjunction with my other L'Oreal Paris Revitalift skin products to complete the full skin care regime.

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