Thayers Lavender Witch Hazel Toner

Hello! I am back with another skincare review! I’m super excited to share my insight on another Thayers toner I have used. I also wrote a Rose Petal toner review if you would like to read it, I highly recommend checking it out because the brand is amazing! I have always used the Rose petal toner and it never disappoints but I was also curious about their other type of toners so I decided to purchase the Lavender one.

***I have recently seen and watch popular reviews about the toner being drying and not good for sensitive skin even though the claims for the toner says “alcohol-free” and safe for sensitive skin. I would suggest to do your own research, be cautious and try the sample first! I don’t have any problems with it even though my skin is a dry type.***

Thayers is one of the companies that I love and respect. The company stands for quality and safety of their products and “maintain transparency and honesty (as stated in their mission/ values page)” for their claims to their products and ingredients. I love using products that works but also a company with ethical and environmental values.

Thayers highlight natural, herbal ingredients including Witch Hazel, which is well-known in most of their products. Here are information on Witch Hazel that I snipped from their company website:

On to the review!

I bought the lavender toner online from Ulta for $10.95 USD. The toner is available in most stores with select items. As you can see on the bottom of the bottle, the color gives off a yellow tint. When I received it, I didn’t mind it at first but I got concerned when I saw the same bottles from another store look clear instead of yellow and contacted customer support. They were very prompt and replied the next day and told me that it may have oxidized due to the natural ingredients. I didn’t mind as long as it was safe to use. I have used the toner for about 3 months now. The toner is about similar to the rose petal that I used. I like the scent a bit more than the rose and I think it does the same job and kept my skin clean. The lavender and the rose toner are both recommended for sensitive skin. Here are benefits for the lavender toner that I snipped from the company website:

The direction and ingredients are also labeled in the bottle. I use the toner once/twice a day after cleansing. Using a toner is essential to every skin routine. If I were to simplify my routine; I just need a cleanser, toner, moisturizer and sunscreen. That is if I am to pack for an apocalypse (which I hope never happens! Haha) and can only take a few of my many skincare items. I like to think that toners clean and pick up the remaining dirt or makeup on the skin but also prepping for the next step of the skincare routine.

The toner looks clear, I even dampened it in the cotton pad and there’s no yellow tint. Overall, the Thayers lavender toner was a good purchase and don’t mind repurchasing it again. Thayers toners never disappoints! The lavender and rose toner is what I would recommend for dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin and for those looking for clearer and maintained blemish-free skin. As I said before for anyone with sensitive skin to definitely do your own research, look into it. Every skin type reacts different. Check out other toners Thayers recommends for different skin type and purpose here.

I hope this review was helpful for anyone searching for a good toner, because I highly recommend it! Thank you so much for reading! Till next time!

Check out my review on Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner


Published by Rosellery

Personal blog for beauty (makeup and skincare) reviews. This blog expresses honest thoughts and inspire self-care through beauty products.

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