AHA & Vitamin C Toner

3.85% Glycolic Acid


- Removes dead skin cells

- Prepares the skin to absorb treatment products

2% Ascorbyl Isotearate (Vitamin C)

2% Ascorbyl Isotearate (Vitamin C)


- Brightens dark spots

- Reduces hyperpigmentation

Let’s breaks down AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) & Vitamin C Toner. The first key ingredient is Glycolic Acid. We include 3.85% Glycolic Acid, which belongs to the Alpha Hydroxy Acid family, to remove dead skin cells to reveal your smoother, brighter, glowing skin. Just think exfoliation. Studies have found Glycolic Acid to increase skin elasticity while also reducing roughness and wrinkle depth.

The second ingredient is Ascorbyl Isoterate, a Vitamin C derivative that doesn’t oxidize (like other forms do). We include 2% Ascorbyl Isoterate which is the strongest level permitted under European regulations. You might recognize Ascorbyl Isotearate more commonly as Vitamin C. Vitamin C is great to help brighten dark spots and hyperpigmentation while promoting collagen formation.

AHA & Vitamin C Toner also includes Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Panthenol, Orange Peel Oil, and more, to provide antioxidant properties, skin conditioning, and other benefits to make skin look and feel smooth and nourished.

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AHA & Vitamin C Toner

3.85% Glycolic Acid


- Removes dead skin cells

- Prepares the skin to absorb treatment products

2% Ascorbyl Isotearate (Vitamin C)

2% Ascorbyl Isotearate (Vitamin C)


- Brightens dark spots

- Reduces hyperpigmentation

Let’s breaks down AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) & Vitamin C Toner. The first key ingredient is Glycolic Acid. We include 3.85% Glycolic Acid, which belongs to the Alpha Hydroxy Acid family, to remove dead skin cells to reveal your smoother, brighter, glowing skin. Just think exfoliation. Studies have found Glycolic Acid to increase skin elasticity while also reducing roughness and wrinkle depth.

The second ingredient is Ascorbyl Isoterate, a Vitamin C derivative that doesn’t oxidize (like other forms do). We include 2% Ascorbyl Isoterate which is the strongest level permitted under European regulations. You might recognize Ascorbyl Isotearate more commonly as Vitamin C. Vitamin C is great to help brighten dark spots and hyperpigmentation while promoting collagen formation.

AHA & Vitamin C Toner also includes Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel), Panthenol, Orange Peel Oil, and more, to provide antioxidant properties, skin conditioning, and other benefits to make skin look and feel smooth and nourished.

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We believe in

clean clinical skincare

Vegan               Cruelty Free               Made to EU Standards

Sustainable Packaging

We believe in

clean clinical skincare

Vegan

Cruelty-Free

Made to EU Standards

Sustainable Packaging

Key Ingredients:

3.85% Glycolic Acid (Alpha Hydroxy Acid)


Benefits:

Effectively removes the surface layer of dead skin cells, which reveals smoother, brighter, glowing skin. Alpha Hydroxy Acid provides chemical exfoliation while gently loosening the protein that holds skin cells together, encouraging cell turnover. Cell turnover (desquamation) can be affected/slowed as we age, are exposed to environmental stressors, and deal with things like dehydration. Glycolic Acid is a humectant, replenishing lost moisture and boosting collagen production.

Effectively removes the surface layer of dead skin cells, which reveals smoother, brighter, glowing skin. Alpha Hydroxy Acid provides chemical exfoliation while gently loosening the protein that holds skin cells together, encouraging cell turnover. Cell turnover (desquamation) can be affected/slowed as we age, are exposed to environmental stressors, and deal with things like dehydration. Glycolic Acid is a humectant, replenishing lost moisture and boosting collagen production.

Ascorbyl Isostearate (Vitamin C derivative that doesn’t oxidize):


Benefits:

Hydrolyzes into ascorbic acid by enzymatic reaction when absorbed into the skin, which makes it more stable and effective at a lower percentage then regular ascorbic acid. This accelerates the synthesis of collagen, increasing skin firmness (reducing fine lines and wrinkles). It’s also a highly effective skin lightener that helps brighten dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

Hydrolyzes into ascorbic acid by enzymatic reaction when absorbed into the skin, which makes it more stable and effective at a lower percentage then regular ascorbic acid. This accelerates the synthesis of collagen, increasing skin firmness (reducing fine lines and wrinkles). It’s also a highly effective skin lightener that helps brighten dark spots and hyperpigmentation.


Secondary Ingredients:

Secondary Ingredients:

Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water:

Minimizes the appearance of pores

Panthenol (Vitamin B5):

Helps nourish skin to feel soft and smooth

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil:

Promotes skin clarity, radiance, and smoothness



Clinical Studies:

In clinical evaluations of 4% AHA based formulations, participants experienced the following after 21 days:

An improvement in skin firmness: 84.6%
Skin that looks rejuvenated: 90.4%
A reduction in fine lines: 73.1%



How to Use:

In the evening after you cleanse and before applying treatment products. Apply AHA + Vitamin C Toner to a cotton pad and gently swipe over a clean, dry face in a circular motion. Do not rinse.

Use nightly

Use nightly


Most ingredient lists are worth skimming. But if you want your best skin we want to be completely transparent.

Most ingredient lists are worth skimming. But if you want your best skin we want to be completely transparent.

Learn why the science, clinical testing, purity, and concentration percentages of Feel ingredients make every bit of difference for your skin.

What is this product good for?

After cleaning your face, you’ll want to set the tone for the rest of your skincare regimen. AHA helps you “tone” by removing dead skin, revealing the smooth skin beneath it, and Vitamin C to add the finishing touches of brightening.

What is this product good for?

After cleaning your face, you’ll want to set the tone for the rest of your skincare regimen. AHA helps you “tone” by removing dead skin, revealing the smooth skin beneath it, and Vitamin C to add the finishing touches of brightening.

Our Renewal Routine

  • Morning Routine
  • Evening Routine

Step 1: Cleanse

Daily Hemp Oil Facial Cleanser

Step 2: Tone

AHA + Vitamin C Toner

Step 3: Moisturizer

Probiotic Moisturizer

Step 1: Cleanse

Enzymatic Exfoliating Cleanser

Step 2: Tone

AHA + Vitamin C Toner

Step 3: Apply Oil

Squalane Facial Oil

Step 4: Apply Eye Cream

4D Hyaluronic Acid Under Eye Cream

  • Morning Routine
  • Evening Routine

Step 1: Cleanse

Daily Hemp Oil Facial Cleanser

Step 2: Tone

AHA + Vitamin C Toner

Step 3: Moisturizer

Probiotic Moisturizer

Step 1: Cleanse

Enzymatic Exfoliating Cleanser

Step 2: Tone

AHA + Vitamin C Toner

Step 3: Apply Oil

Squalane Facial Oil

Step 4: Apply Eye Cream

4D Hyaluronic Acid Under Eye Cream

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a toner?

The job of a toner is to replenish and nourish your skin. You usually use a toner after cleansing your face (which removes dirt, oil, and other unwanted debris), so it helps to remove excess debris while minimizing pores and promoting smooth skin.

Do I need to use a toner
with other skincare products?

Your toner is not meant to replace your facial cleanser or moisturizer! A common skincare routine includes a facial cleanser, toner, and moisturizer.

How often can I use this toner?

We recommend using your toner twice daily (after cleansing). But be sure to pay attention to your skin and how it reacts to the toner.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a toner?

The job of a toner is to replenish and nourish your skin. You usually use a toner after cleansing your face (which removes dirt, oil, and other unwanted debris), so it helps to remove excess debris while minimizing pores and promoting smooth skin.

Do I need to use a toner
with other skincare products?

Your toner is not meant to replace your facial cleanser or moisturizer! A common skincare routine includes a facial cleanser, toner, and moisturizer.

How often can I use this toner?

We recommend using your toner twice daily (after cleansing). But be sure to pay attention to your skin and how it reacts to the toner.