I’ve been using this Back 2 Nature witch hazel and rose water toner as makeup remover together with reusable face scrubbies and I wish I had discovered it sooner.
back 2 nature
Back 2 Nature is a local company that cares about creating products that are better for you and the environment! All their products are vegan and made with natural ingredients (mostly organic). B2N products are certified Cruelty Free by Beauty Without Cruelty as well as The South African Vegan Society.
B2N has various collections in their range: face care, hair care, skincare, and sun care. I love using this toner, it smells lovely, removes my make up effortlessly and doesn’t leave my face feeling sticky. I’m also currently using the Back 2 Nature Face Wash (have a look here) and the mineral sun shield (have a look here)
the ingredients and the packaging
The Back 2 Nature witch hazel and rose water toner is packaged in a amber glass bottle and is made with *Rosa damascena (rose) water, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), aqua, *pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) oil & **sorbitan oleate decylglucoside crosspolymer (emulsifier)
*organic | **plant derived – eco cert & cosmos approved
where to buy?
The B2N witch hazel and rose water toner is available from Organic Zone in Lakeside, and you can also buy it on the B2N online shop.
Have you used any of Back 2 Nature’s 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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