The way you apply skincare products is just as important as choosing the right products. Some treatments are intended to be applied at night only, whereas others are best for morning use. Some products are meant be left on for only 10 to 15 minutes, whereas others are formulated to fully absorb.
So, how do you know if you should apply your toner with your fingers or cotton? First, answer these two questions:
Is your toner a thin fluid?
Firstly, there are many types of toners. Evaluating the product you're using will help you determine how best to apply it.
How To Apply Different Types Of Toner
Traditional toners are waterlike fluids, often inhabiting large, easy-to-use bottles. However, the newer toner breeds range from products that come in spray bottles to products with a serumlike consistency.
How you apply your toner should depend on how the manufacturer has designed that product to work. This is usually hinted at on the label and by the consistency of the solution. Let's take a look at a couple of examples.
The popular Skinstitut Multi-Active Mist is packaged with a convenient misting applicator. This product has the watery consistency of a traditional toner. However, unlike conventional bottles, Skinstitut spray nozzle indicates a direct application from package to face. Other popular toners we stock include.