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Review: Madara Comforting Toner for Dry Skin

Review Madara Comforting Toner for Dry Skin
UPDATE: January 2019 - New packaging & a slightly different name but still the same product, Madara is a brand I continue to use. 

Before I went on holiday in March I ran out of my Handmade Naturals Toner. I do like this toner but you know what it is like as a Blogger you are a fickle customer and always giving new things a try. I decided to purchase Madara Deep Comfort Facial Toner. Madara have a small range of three toners depending on your skin type, with the Comforting aimed at dry skin.

I am familiar with Madara as I'd previously tried a travel kit so I knew what to expect in terms of quality and ingredient policy however if you are not sure let me tell you a little bit about this brand. Madara products are created in Latvia so they specialise in extracts from Baltic plants. They are certified to ECOCERT standards which means formulations can not contain synthetic ingredient like perfumes, parabens, and mineral oils. Madara do not test on animals and many of their products are suitable for Vegans. The toner packaging is a 100% post-consumer recycled bottle.

I have now been using the Deep Comfort toner for a month and very much enjoy using it. I find the scent extremely light with a hint of rose and chamomile. I know some of you might not see the point of a toner in your skincare routine but they so help regulate pH levels and remove any excess dirt or makeup which your cleanser didn't quite reach. Toners can be use morning and evenings but I will say my personal preference is to use them as part of my evening routine.

Madara Deep Comfort toner is a refreshing, soothing and non drying which I believe makes it ideal for sensitive and dry skin. Madara is available from various online retailers such as Love Lula, Feelunique, Naturisimo. 

Sarah x

6 comments

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    Lucy
    xx

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Lucy, it's nice to get feedback on my blog :)

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  2. Just found your Madara Toner review, thanks for mentioning Lush Duck. We are so pleased your were happy with the product, it's such a popular brand.

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    1. Your welcome, happy to mention you, I will be back for more Toner once I run out :)

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  3. This sounds great. I have been skipping toner recently and it hasn't really made much difference to my skin, so decided my skin doesn't need it at the moment. x

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    1. I kept skipping toner but I now strongly believe it is about finding the best one for your skin. I honestly think this one & the Handmade Naturals have made a world of difference to the appearance and I have far less breakouts :)

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