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Can I Use Toner After Face Scrub?

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If you’re unsure whether you should use toner before or after face scrub or exfoliating, then don’t worry because you aren’t alone. It becomes almost impossible for us to keep up with all the skin care goods on the market and the appropriate ways to use them, especially when we are being introduced to new ones that are considered the next big thing. We have the answers you’re looking for and are going to delve right into it now!

How Do You Exfoliate?

Exfoliating your skin is a technique which has many benefits. It helps to remove dry and dead skin that is apparent on your body. By removing this, you’re allowing your skin to look nicer in appearance but also healthier. It’s important you exfoliate correctly, otherwise you may experience side effects such as irritation and redness. The stages of exfoliating are so simple and you need to remember to do this process gently and not rushed.

Using Face Scrub To Exfoliate

You will typically exfoliate with a product such as a face scrub. A face scrub is one of the most proven skin care products for your face. We are now at a stage where we are privileged to have products such as CBD face scrubs at our use. These are better than your average face scrub product as the CBD provides so many benefits, such as killing bacteria, reducing inflammation, anti-ageing properties and also mental benefits. You can also use CBD topical cream for pain, whether it be muscle aches or wounds.

Applying Toner Before Or After?

The answer to this can be quite complicated because it depends on the type of toner you use. When using a physical cream for exfoliating, you should use toner after exfoliating. This will allow you to reap the most benefits from the products and poses many benefits for your skin. 

Before applying any facial products like toner, you should always cleanse your skin to begin with. This will remove any dirt or muskiness and also hydrate your skin so you are ready to apply face scrub.

To apply face scrub, start with small doses if you are new to a product to ensure you don’t experience harsh side effects. Start by massaging the face scrub into your skin and spreading it out evenly. Do this for around 20 seconds, ensuring you have covered all areas. The face scrub will then be used to soothe the skin and target any treatment areas. 

As a quick side note, if you plan to use other types of exfoliants, like chemical ones (acids), then we recommend using toner before exfoliating.

The toner will also help to remove any face scrub that has been left on your skin in excess, giving you an all-round even healthy look and feel. The benefits can be visible almost immediately and it is certainly recommended to add this to your skincare routine. Take a look at more CBD related skin care goods and see how you can benefit from them, for example CBD body lotion (50ml, 500g CBD), CBD E-Liquids, gummies and more.

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