I bought both of these..well, actually, my mum bought me one (shame!) and I bought the other myself. I’ve been asked for an assessment on the Glycerin and Rosewater toner so I’m doing a review and compare. I was originally heading to just review the first one but as both have similar substances, I made a decision to do a assessment post.
Before I reach that, I’m quite happy that in this point in time you can buy toners on the High Street which are not jammed filled with alcohol and will strip your skin and make your skin layer complaint worse. I swear you couldn’t get these once i was a teenager, I used alcohol fuelled toners for many a long time, if they were around then, I’m sure my pores and skin would have looked nicer in the past.
- Double Cut Crease
- Wait about five minutes and apply Vanicream moisturizer to face
- Olive oil, castor oil, nutrient oil or lanolin
- 9 years back from Charleston
- Maternal Status: Intrapartum
- Cancer in rare cases
- Improve and renew the skin tone
- Cell development and creation is decreased
Don’t misunderstand me, these two contain alcoholic beverages but it’s nowhere near as much as those “traditional” ones do..Day I had developed quick look at elements in Boots the other. Boots Tradition Skin Care Glycerin and Rosewater Toner. I like the fact that the bottle is plastic and that the opening is small so it doesn’t all come spilling out when you tip it upside down. I love the minimal also, no fuss, semi classic looking product packaging.
The smell isn’t terrible either, it’s not your typical toner smell. I soaked a natural cotton wool pad in it and circulated it around my face. It made my pores and skin feel nice and clean and more plumped up really. When I apply my toner, I usually wait about quarter-hour before putting my moisturiser on as this is my personal best course of action. I used it again and again and it still made my epidermis feel sticky. It’s a significant shame it did that because I enjoyed how smooth it made my skin feel however the stickiness was a deal breaker.
I wouldn’t buy this again because I have used it weeks when i ceased using the nutrient essential oil cleanser and it still made my face really sticky. If you wish to check it out for yourself, you can get it in Boots. I couldn’t find it online but it costs about £2.90. I noticed once I had developed used it that it had rubbing alcohol in it (isopropyl alcoholic beverages) and I didn’t want to place that anywhere near my face so I am using it to clean by brushes before shampooing them. Boots Original Beauty Formula Skin Tonic.
This container is glass. I am a clumsy person. Glass and butterfingers don’t mix. Apart from that, I like the product packaging as it commits fully to the vintage feel, it’s much glass container with an old college looking label onto it and the bottle even has Boots inlayed into the glass. The lid is a thin metally lid and there is absolutely no “protector” so if the lid is off and the container topples over, the merchandise will all over the place go.
I dislike this. Personally i think a bit heavy saying that I love the classic design yet dislike the actual fact they’ve used cup? The smell..what things to say about the smell..it isn’t pleasant. It can whiff a little but you would be surprised how quickly you get uesd to it, plus, you can’t smell it once you have put it on. I (once again) put this onto a natural cotton wool pad and rub it around my face in round motions.
I feel this one feels a great deal fresher than the Glycerin and Rosewater counterpart and it cleans my epidermis better. I go through the pad after cleaning my face with it and can easily see visible bits of “dirt” on it. My face seems a great deal cleaner after by using this toner than it do with the other. I waited again for 15 minutes and felt my skin, it didn’t feel plumper but it wasn’t sticky and I’d favour non stick than plump. I will deffo buy more of these in the future, I’m considering to stock up whilst they’re still on half price in Boots. £1.94 is a brilliant price to pay for a toner which actually works.
I haven’t had the opportunity to produce a proper hair pomade yet, however when I used my own hair as I did so on the Sunday, The hairstyle is manufactured by me with tons and loads of hair polish. It’s quite messy and sticky (which real hair pomade probably is really as well), but it is a lot simpler to get the powder even and it sticks on the hair powder perfectly.
Skansen has lots of old buildings ranging between your 16th to the 20th Century and also to my absolute delight they come with an 18th Century apothecary, Kronan (the Crown). I spent a while reading on all the boxes and jars and there have been quite a little of things I possibly could have purchased for my makeup experiments, experienced they still been selling things. Plus they have a stuffed Crocodile hanging from the ceiling, that i found the height of cool after i was five.