Designed to uplift the skin, our Clarify Bergamot and Rose Toner leaves skin feeling dewy and fresh. If used with a cotton or reusable pad, this alcohol-free formulation will clear any excess makeup or dirt before moisturizing. Misted on, it will calm and prime the skin in preparation for any face serums or moisturizers. Aloe vera, witch hazel and bergamot work to both hydrate and balance oil production, while rose water prevents inflammation and hormonal breakouts. Suitable for all skin types, but especially beneficial for those with oily, combination and blemish-prone complexions.
4 oz | 120 ml
99% organic . vegan . cruelty-free
- Helps to reduce puffiness and calm inflammation
- Softens dead skin cells and increases hydration
- Anti-microbial properties combat congestion and breakouts
Scent profile: A very bright citrus scent with a slightly spicy, honey-like undertone.
Directions of Use
Mist face following cleansing. Apply face serum and/or face cream while skin is still damp. Can also be used if needing more hydration during the day or to create a glow on top of makeup.
Rose flower water*
Aloe vera juice*
Bergamot essential oil
Shelf Life and Product Care
Shelf life: 12 months
Since our products are completely natural, they are meant to be enjoyed, not stored! A date stamp on the bottom of each product marks the MM/YYYY when it was made, so you know when it should be used by.
All products are made with fresh ingredients and need to be treated with care. To ensure that the shelf life is not compromised, avoid introducing water into the containers and handle products with clean, dry hands to prevent any contamination. Tightly secure lids and keep products in a place away from extreme heat and direct sunlight; your bathroom cupboard is a perfect spot!
If this is your first time using this product, we recommend that you perform an allergy test before use. This can simply be done by applying a small amount to your forearm and waiting for 24 hours to see if any irritation occurs. If you are pregnant or are breastfeeding, you may want to speak with your health care practitioner for further guidance before using products that contain essential oils.