Lit from Within: Niacinamide Feels like Magic, but it's Science! #B3TONER

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Niacinamide Feels like Magic, but it's Science! #B3TONER

Press Sample.  All opinions are my own.
Hello, Fireflies!

I'm a toner convert! Gone are the misconceptions that all toners sting and dry out my skin.  Toners prep the skin to better receive serums and moisturizers, and this Magic Facial Toner from First Botany has one of my favorite ingredients - Niacinamide - to help clear up my blemishes, as well as fight pigmentation, lines, and wrinkles.

It's not magic, it's science - though it feels like magic in how quickly it improved my skin!  I don't know how I lived without Niacinamide before.  No matter what skincare I'm using, Niacinamide helps my skin look even better - and this is such an easy way to use it.

I really prefer just spritzing my face with the toner directly, and letting it dry on the skin.  No muss, no fuss, no cotton pads.  This toner is light, and almost fragrance-free.  It has a light, very subtle, fresh scent - no medicinal or harsh scent, and no artificial fragrance, either.  After it dries, which only takes a few minutes, my skin is ready for whatever serums and moisturizers I'm using.  For best results, each layer should have a chance to absorb and dry before the next layer is applied.

Cruelty-free and also free from parabens and glutens, this toner can be spritzed on the face throughout the day, and can even be used to refresh my makeup.  It is clear, light, and cooling on the skin.

I really think this toner has helped me with the balance of keeping my aging, oily skin looking its best while keeping blemishes at bay.  I get much fewer pimples, and what I do get are smaller and less painful than when I'm not using Niacinamide.  While this is good for all skin types, I think it's especially good for skin like mine that can't tolerate rich skincare formulas, but still needs anti-aging nutrition and care.

A little botanically-inspired nailart today! I used China Glaze Take a Hike as the base, with dry brushing of Glitter Gal Warped Teal and Savvy French Sheer White.  I then stamped with Finger Paints Paper Mache and Born Pretty plate BP-L001.

For more information, or to purchase, you can find First Botanicals Niacinamide Magic Facial Toner on Amazon, where it currently retails for $16.95. If you' try it and you're not completely satisfied, they offer a 100% money-back guarantee, too!

Have you tried Niacinamide before?

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