Klairs Unscented Supple Preparation Toner Review

Klairs Unscented Supple Preparation Toner Review

I’ve been searching for a new toner now that the weather is getting warmer and more humid. I needed something that was light yet hydrating enough for my oily, dehydrated and acne-prone skin. I also wanted something that didn’t leave a sticky finish, like my Whamisa Organic Flowers toner.

I’ve never used any products from Klairs before, but have heard many great things about the original version of this toner. I finally decided to give this toner a shot now that there was a fragrance-free version available.

Product Claims

+ Fast absorption that will enhance hydration
+ Will balance pH level of the skin
+ Has a calming formula
+ Is non-irritating

Packaging

The toner comes in a simple plastic bottle with a matte metallic silver cap. The bottle contains 180 ml (6 fl oz) of product. I really appreciate the fact that they chose a clear bottle for the unscented version of this toner because you’re able to see how much product you have left. It has a plastic stopper to control the amount of toner that comes out when you’re pouring it onto your palm or cotton pad. Personally I just splash it directly onto my palms as I find using a cotton pad wastes too much product.

Ingredients

Experience

I’ve been testing out this toner since the beginning of April when it first launched.

I was expecting the texture of this toner to feel thick because it looks quite viscous in the bottle with little air bubbles. However, I was surprised to find how light and watery it was once applied to the skin. Upon the first application of this toner, I immediately fell in love. It really does feel like a refreshing, hydrating glass of water for your skin.

Best of all, this didn’t leave a sticky film on my face. The biggest gripe I had with my Whamisa Organics Flower toner was that it felt too tacky on my face when I used it with any other products. This on the other hand absorbs fast into the skin, leaving it supple and hydrated.

Like the name states, the toner is unscented and doesn’t contain any fragrant essential oils. I got this at the beginning of April I’m already two-thirds done with the bottle. Opps, I might’ve been using a bit too much! However, I was using this in layers in both my AM and PM routine. It felt so nice and soothing that I found myself using at least 3 layers in the PM to replenish my dehydrated skin. If you were to use this without layering, I’m sure it would last you longer.

This has become one of my favorite products in my routine so far. After using it for about a month, it’s helped provide more hydration for my, dehydrated skin. It especially felt nice on nights when I overexfoliated my skin with too much acids.

Final Thoughts

If you have sensitive skin that needs some soothing hydration, but can’t stand perfumed products, I would recommend Klairs Unscented Supple Preparation Toner.  I would say that all of their product claims are pretty valid as this does provide soothing, non-irritating hydration while refreshing the skin after cleansing.

Where to buy

You can buy Klairs Unscented Supple Preparation Toner over at Wishtrend, Amazon, or Cupidrop.

These are non-affiliated links. This post is not sponsored and this product was purchased with my own money.

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