Cranberry Fresh Toner - Exfoliate and Cleanse Pores

Bare Skin Care Cranberry Fresh TONER with Cranberry Extract to CLEANSE PORES and EXFOLIATE. This Toner acts like a key to open the cell membrane, allowing other skin care products to penetrate deeper into the dermis to improve results.

Bare Skin Care  Cranberry Fresh Toner was specially formulated for oily and acne-prone skin. It contains glycolic acid polymer and salicylic acid for refining PORES and keeping congested skin mildly exfoliated. The cranberry extract and witch hazel have natural antibacterial and antiseptic benefits. Normal and mature skins...

CRANBERRY FRESH Toner contains both Glycolic Acid Polymer and Salicylic Acid which both soften keratinized barrier cells, as well as dissolve the top layer of corneum cells and the 'cellular cement' that holds the corneum cells together. This leaves the skin feeling smooth and tight after use.

• Witch Hazel Extract – antiseptic, increases circulation
• Glycolic Acid Polymer – exfoliating, smoothing
• Salicylic Acid – keratolytic
• Cranberry Extract – antioxidant, antiseptic, chiromatherapy™

Use once or twice daily after cleansing. Apply to cotton pad and wipe skin gently.

(Aqua) Distilled Water, Witch Hazel (Hamamelis Virginiana) Extract, Ethyl Alcohol, Glycolic Acid Polymer, Salicylic Acid, L-castor Oil Methyl Glycol, Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) Extract

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Test for sensitivity
– discontinue or reduce usage if irritating to skin.

Bare Skin Care Cranberry Fresh Toner  contains an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that may increase your skin’s sensitivity
to the sun and particularly the possibility of sunburn. Use a sunscreen and limit sun
exposure while using this product and for a week afterwards.



Bare Skin Care Cranberry Fresh Toner
This is really great and keeping my pores clean. I don't get so many breakouts.

– Deanna M. on Cranberry Fresh Toner

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