Review: L'uvalla Eucalyptus Toner

Are you a fan of eucalyptus? If you're not yet, you probably would be if you tried it as a toner. L'uvalla makes a certified organic Eucalyptus Toner that works for a variety of skin types, from normal to oily.

Pros:
  • Pleasant fragrance - suitable for men and women
  • Effectively removed oil
  • Easy to apply
  • A little goes a long way
  • Very gentle ingredients (99% organic)
  • Nicely packaged
Cons:
  • May be hard to find locally, depending on region
Summary:
L'uvalla's Eucalyptus Toner is a nice balancing toner that helps clear away blemishes and prevents them from forming in the first place. When used as part of a daily skin care routine, this toner can be an effective solution for both men and women. The scent isn't too flowery nor too masculine. I love how it is made with very gentle ingredients and rates a fantastic 1 on the EWG Skin Deep scale. I suspect this is mostly due to the simple ingredients and absence of preservatives and artificial colors. I also appreciate how it is both vegan and gluten free.

Perhaps the only disadvantage to this product is the nearly $30 retail price, which can get expensive if you have to mail order. Fortunately, L'uvalla products are carried in many stores nationwide, but selection may vary widely by region. However, if you're looking for a good toner for normal to oily skin, this is a great alternative to conventional products.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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