Sometimes the Best Acne Products Don't Have Acne Labels

Facial Products that Can Improve Acne

When it comes to acne, it’s not always necessary to use products specifically intended for acne conditions. Today, we’re talking toners. We’ll give you our top two picks for the best, undiscovered facial toners that don’t even have the word acne anywhere on the label. I guarantee you’ve probably passed over some excellent facial toners simply because they aren’t targeted towards consumers with acne.

Tropical Retreat

We’ll start with one of the more expensive ones. Alba Hawaiian Facial Toner in Hibiscus is an excellent facial toner that is gentle and hydrating. If you’re looking for a delicate product containing healthy ingredients that won’t dry out your skin, Alba Hawaiian Facial Toner in Hibiscus is for you. It contains tropical flower and fruit extracts that will leave your skin soft and refreshed.

While this toner might not clear your acne completely, it will keep your skin moisturized and healthy so you can endure the stronger ingredients in most acne products. The only downside is the price; it costs nearly $10 for just 8.5 ounces.

By the Sea

Sea Breeze Astringent Original Formula is another facial toner that isn’t specifically marketed towards consumers with acne. It’s a basic facial item that can often be found in the medicine cabinet of households whose members don’t even have acne. It can remove leftover traces of makeup and leaves an invigorating and tingling feeling all over.

If you do start using Sea Breeze, you’ll have to limit your use of it since it can dry out your skin if you use it too frequently. That means less goes longer and it's affordable too boot -- around $4 for a bottle.

Just Peachy

This is one of my favorites – Thayer's Peach Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Toner. It contains no alcohol, which means it won't dry out your skin and you get the benefits of peaches and witch hazel in a great smelling toner. Add the fact that it's less than $6 a bottle and Thayer's is an all-around winner!

So try some of these toners for your acne condition. No, they don't say acne anywhere on the bottle, but they work as well as if they did.

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