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Living Nature Sensitive Hydrating Toner - Harakeke - 100ml

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Living Nature Sensitive Hydrating Toner is perfectly pH balanced, featuring organic virgin coconut oil and harakeke flax extract. The Sensitive Hydrating Toner provides soothing hydration and gentle, effective skin toning without irritation.

Formulated to nurture the integrity of skin`s barrier function to visibly restore elasticity while reducing redness, signs of ageing and trans-epidermal water loss. Soothing hydration for even very dry or sensitive skin.

Living Nature products harness the incredible bioactive power of New Zealand’s native plants with their nourishing, purifying and healing skin benefits. Living Nature provides highly effective skincare designed to enhance your skin’s own natural function.


Living Nature Sensitive Hydrating Toner - Harakeke - 100ml


Aqua, Cocos nucifera (virgin coconut) oil**, Glycerin (vegetable glycerin)**, Jojoba esters, Cetearyl olivate, Galactoarabinan (larch tree gum), Sorbitan olivate, Phormium tenax leaf juice (NZ flax gel), Glucose, Xanthan gum, Glucose oxidase, Lactoperoxidase. ** Certified organic.


Morning and evening after cleansing, gently smooth a small amount over face and neck. Wait 30 seconds before applying your moisturiser. Can be used alone as day/night nourishment for oily skin.


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