Hello lovely people, another Monday! I hope you are all doing well.
Here is probably my first toner review. I heard about Indie Lee COQ-10 toner from Caroline Hirons’s YouTube channel. She was raving about it on her YouTube channel and her blog. It was in her Cultbeauty beauty box as well, I think. My toner was almost used up last month. I thought I should give it a try since she recommended it to ‘normal to dry’ skin types.
I did a little bit research on it as well. It’s a natural product and alcohol, acids, artificial fragrance, parabens free. There are quite a lot of good reviews about it. Many people said it worked wonder on their dry skin. I was hoping I would see same result on my skin too, especially during the change of seasons. My dry skin could use some help.
What they say about the product:
“An alcohol free, skin-balancing toner formulated with the powerful antioxidant CoQ-10. The hydrating and refreshing mixture diminishes the appearance of pores and balance the skin’s pH level using Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid. ”
Purified water (aqua), Aloe Barbadensis, Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q10), Hyaluronic Acid, Anthemis Nobilis (Chamomile), Salvia Officinalis (Sage), Carica Papaya Leaf Extract, Cucums Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Citrus Aurantium Flower Oil, 1,3 propanediol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Sorbate
- Usage: Saturate a cotton pad and apply over my face and neck after washing my face.
- Scent: Very light and refreshing.
- Texture: Watery.
- Packaging: Comes in a frosted glass bottle.
- Price: 120 ml – AUD 59.95, £30.00 from Cult beauty.
I really want to like this product. I have used most of the toner in the bottle. However, I didn’t see any amazing result on my skin. It doesn’t do anything bad on my skin either. After all, it’s a natural product. For me, unfortunately, the reality is that it does not do much on my dry skin. I don’t feel my skin hydrated. I guess I am not the lucky one here.
Anyway, will I buy it again? No. There are so many other toner on the market. I think I will try something else.