I don’t think I’ve featured anything from Lancome on my blog yet but that’s all about to change!! A few weeks ago I was sent an adorable Lancome goody bag filled with beautiful products and this is the Lancome Tonique Douceur is the first product I’ll be featuring on here.
What’s Lancome Tonique Douceur?
Some of you might be able to tell but it’s a toner, more of a refreshing toner and could also be used as a cleansing water!
What do I think of the Lancome Tonique Douceur?
I love the packaging of this…it’s very simple and cute and I love the contrast of white against the blue bottle…very fitting for a toner! I also love the little Lancome flower on the cap…too cute!
The first time I tried this was after cleansing my skin, I didn’t really think to use it as anything else but a toner and it left my skin feeling really lovely and fresh, we were off to a good start!
The next day I had an off day and stayed at home…what a lovely day that was!
Instead of cleansing my skin I thought I would use this to refresh my skin and I applied it to a cotton pad and wiped it over my face following it up with my moisturiser.
I was extremely impressed with how my skin looked and felt so if you wear very simple make-up and you don’t want to cleanse, tone and moisturise I would say to use this on your skin to double-up as a cleanser and toner but I wouldn’t recommend doing that everyday as you need to cleanse skin to keep it looking wonderful!
How do you use Lancome Tonique Douceur?
There’s no magic method…you use it just like a toner!
Apply a little amount to a cotton pad and wipe it over a cleansed or nearly cleansed face and it should remove any last traces and just give your skin a lovely refreshed feel!
Where can I buy Lancome Tonique Douceur?
By clicking LANCOME TONIQUE you’ll be taken to Mistry’s pharmacy where you can buy 200ml of the toner for £22.00, it might be pricier than your average toner but once you try it you’ll love how wonderfully refreshed your skin feels!
So, all you beautiful readers, have you tried this toner?? What do you think of it?
Let me know!