Over the past few months my skin has really taken a beating. With hormonal imbalance and harsh weather my skin is starting to show it all and it’s not pretty. I have acne! At 37 I have acne all around my chin line and mouth. And my skin is just looking tired and worn out. So when I was asked if I would like to try out Foxbrim’s orange blossom water toner I agreed. At this point I can use all the help I can get.
One of the reasons I was so eager to try out the Foxbrim’s orange blossom water toner was for it’s antiseptic properties. With the sudden outbreak of acne on my face a good antiseptic would be a good addition to my routine. That way I can ensure that the issue spots will not get infected or worse than they already are. I also like how the orange blossom water toner helps to stimulate cell growth. That will help me a lot. The stimulation will help my acne heal quicker and also revive some of drawn, tired skin.
The Foxbrim orange blossom water toner is fairly easy to use. I place it on a cotton round and apply to face that way. It simple and mess free. I usually take one or two rounds with applying it to my face and neck. Just depends on what mood I am in. The scent is a refreshing citrus scent which I really enjoy. According the Foxbrim with continued use scars and skin damage should fade. This is encouraging to me as I do have a fairly large scar on my upper lip. Most people don’t even notice it but I do and it really does bother me. With continued use I am hoping to see improvement there too.