Befine Food Skin Care Firming Toner with Ginger & Willow Bark
Refresh, stimulate and close your pores with Be Fine Firming Toner Ginger & Willow Bark, a natural source of salicylic acid, softens the skin as it gives your face a firm finish. Be Fine Firming Toner contains balancing Ginger which heightens circulation for a healthier complexion. Be Fine toner sweeps away pore clogging residues leaving your face flawlessly smooth and radiant. The ingredients in every Be Fine product are sourced from plants or minerals found in nature. Be Fine products are clinically tested and proven to be safe and effective for all skin types. No animal testing whatsoever.
What Does It Do?
- Closes pores and tones skin
- Heals and boosts collagen
- Allergen free fragrance
- Paraben free
- Vegetarian proteins
- 3.4 fl. oz.
1. Closes pores and tones skinHow: Willow Bark Extract (Salix Alba)Why: Natural ingredient salicylic acid acts as an anti-inflammatory.
2. Closes pores and tones skin
How: Witch Hazel (Hamamelis Virginiana) and Benzoic Acid and Ethyl AlcoholWhy: SAnti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
3. Heals and boosts collagen
How: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf juiceWhy: Contains amino acids, proteins and enzymes.
Be Fine products are free from all synthetic fragrances. Any fragrance is solely the result of the essential oils in the natural ingredients used in the product. This product contains a natural floral blend of essential oils. Fragrances can cause a variety of reactions including rashed and headaches.
Be Fine products do not use traditional toxic preservatives and instead use only natural preservative systems. Traditional common preservatives can cause contact Dermatitis and are considered toxic: Imidazolidinyl Urea and Diazolidinyl Urea Methyl, Propyl, Butyl and Ethyl Parabens.
Cosmetic benefits are attached to the protein ingredient that carries active ingredients into layers of the skin. In Be Fine products, vegetarian proteins replace animal based proteins which carry the danger of animal derived contaminants such as live viruses. Given the concerns in Europe and Japan for BSE, these were the first markets to insist on vegetarian proteins. This makes the products safe and natural.