The Re-Store gifted me this Restore & Regenerate toner from The Apothecary which is made with geranium, aloe and witch hazel and it is amazing!
^ This product was gifted to me. Opinions expressed here are my own.
The Apothecary is a local small business that makes a range of all natural products for your body and household. Keep in mind that most of their products are vegan, but there are a few that contain beeswax, so be sure to check the ingredients before purchasing.
the ingredients and the packaging
This Restore & Regenerate toner is packaged in a reusable glass bottle and is made with Aloe Vera gel (organic), Rose geranium hydrosol (organic), Table Mountain spring water and Witch hazel. According to The Apothecary the organic Rose Geranium and Aloe soothes the skin, stimulates circulation and promote regeneration, and the witch hazel cleans and tightens the pores.
how to use?
The Apothecary recommends that the toner is used morning and night. Take a reusable face round and swipe gently upwards accross your face and neck. I add my reusable face rounds to the laundry basket after a single use.
where to buy?
The Restore & Regenerate Toner is available online from The Re-Store. Use my code GREEN10 for 10% off. The Re-Store is an online zero-waste store that sells a variety of products that will help you on your low waste journey.
Have you used any of The Apothecary products? Have you tried this toner? Let me know in the comments below. If you’d like to see more of the body & beauty products I have found, have a look here. Alternatively, if you’d like to see what home & garden products I have found have a look here. New products posted regularly.
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