Zia Sea Tonic Rosewater Toner comes in a six-ounce, heavy, white (but see-through) bottle, with a sprayer on top. The toner has a great scent of rose, not a scent I typically enjoy (I’m not into the florals), but it’s very subtle. As you can guess, this has the same consistency as water. This particular formula is geared towards those with normal/dry skin. If your skin is on the normal/oily side, try Zia’s Sea Tonic Aloe Toner.
The first couple of times I used it, I liked it. I was (and still am) extremely impressed by the spray bottle concept that Zia has going with this product. During the times that I did apply the toner, I felt like the sprayer was set to the right calibration and I was able to spray it evenly over my face. The way it felt on my face was nice, too. Although the redness in my cheeks didn’t diminish, the nice thing is that the toner didn’t add any additional redness to them. And it really did aid in the absorption of my moisturizer.
All was well, until one day I became sidetracked and was unable to apply moisturizer immediately. Five minutes after I had sprayed the Sea Tonic Rosewater Aloe Toner, my face tightened and my cheeks felt like they were on fire. It was almost like I had had an allergic reaction. After I applied some special moisturizer (geared for flare-ups), my face did manage to calm down. I tried this experiment again four days later and the results were the same. Eventually, I only used it when I knew that I was going to go through my entire beauty regime in a timely fashion. I didn’t feel quite right letting the product go to waste!
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