Micellar Water & Toner

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  • This natural 2-in-1 micellar water and toner from Valley Mist perfectly fits your daily beauty practise. Apply the 2-in-1 cleanser and toner with a reusable facial wipe and gently remove make-up and daily pollution. The water is slightly acidic to balance our naturally acidic skin after cleansing and tap water applications. The toner is perfect to use before oily and moisturising applications.

    The micellar water and toner is available for three different skin types: combination skin, normal to dry skin and oily skin.

    Combination Skin
    A gentle but astringent herbal Blend with witch hazel, refreshing lemon and geranium. Mild and kind to your skin, it will hydrate and cleanse makeup and daily pollution. Suitable for all skin types.

    Normal to Dry Skin
    Mild but effective skin loving Neroli, perfect for maturing and dry skin, with Lavender floral waters. This 2-in-1 micellar water and toner is kind to your delicate skin, hydrates and cleanses, leaving a soft and refreshed feeling . Suitable for all skin types.

    Oily Prone Skin
    Gentle to delicate skin, antibacterial and astringent cleansing with tea tree floral waters. Effectively removes excessive oil without stripping away all natural sebum from your face. Well suited to oily and spot prone skin but also for other skin types. It hydrates, cleanses and leaves a soft and refreshed feeling.

    Beat the Microbead - Microplastics
    Valley Mist's micellar water & toners have the'Look for the Zero - Zero Plastic Inside' logo from Beat the Microbead.

    The water comes in a recycled glass bottle with aluminium lid. There is a plastic liner inside the recyclable aluminium lid which makes the bottle leak proof and air tight. This also helps to preserve the product longer and protect the lid from the essential oils within the water. Essential oils can cause aluminium to oxidise (meaning it develops a black coating) which can spoil the product. At present there is no suitable alternative. We recommend reusing the bottles as much as you can and if you do throw them away, recycle the plastic liner separately.