It’s finally here! We know so many of you loved the Supple Preparation Facial Toner by Klairs, but some were concerned with the incorporation of essential oil. Klairs heard you out and developed the unscented version called the Supple Preparation Unscented Toner, with zero essential oil!

It provides the same amount of hydration and care with its water-gel like texture! Also, we’re dying over this simple but beautiful packaging: it has a bright violet label and comes in a clear bottle so you can easily see how much you use—and trust me, this toner is so good for your skin that you’ll want to incorporate it into your skincare routine on a daily basis. As you know, the toner contains Lipidure-PMB and Beta-Glucan, which increases your hydration retention rate by 20%. Hydrated skin = happy & healthy skin!

This toner is great for anybody—those who have tried the original toner and for those who have not tried it before as well… this is your chance! It’s also multifunctional and can be used many ways other than as as regular toner. Because it features such a mild formula, it can be mixed with thicker serums and moisturizers to create a super easy DIY mask.

Here are some easy DIYs that we found from Wishtrend’s site!

Making: Calming DIY Mask

What you need: Toner + Midnight Blue Calming Cream

How to: In a clean bowl, combine 2:1 ratio of toner/calming cream and mix thoroughly using a clean spatula. Grab some cotton pads (we would recommend 3-5) and soak the pads in the mixture. After fully soaking, place the cotton pads onto your face (we recommend forehead, both cheeks, nose and chin). Just like a sheet mask, leave it on for about 10-15 minutes then remove. Lightly pat to aid in absorption and follow up with a moisturizer.

You can also make a Soothing DIY Mask by combining the toner + Rich Moist Soothing Cream with the same ratio listed above.

So who’s excited for the Supple Preparation Unscented Toner? If you want to grab yours, click on the link below asap!

Supple Preparation Unscented Toner

With love,

Jenny from Cupidrop