Firming Facial Toner
Firming Facial Toner is formulated to help tighten pores with Japanese Green Tea extract and Witch Hazel. It helps improve the skin's facial tone with DMAE and Grape Seed Extract. No overdrying, due to the moisturizing benefits of Marine Collagen and Aloe Vera. Eucalyptus and Cucumber Oils make this product both cooling and refreshing, with a nice, relaxing scent. Vitamin C contributes an extra antioxidant effect to this light spray, to maintain a youthful complexion. Made without harmful chemicals that irritate sensitive skin and is non-comedogenic (will not block pores).†
Important Components of Firming Facial Toner
- Helpful no matter the season, as common drying-ingredients and hot showers can strip skin of essential oils
- Can be used on oily skin - light-weight and non-greasy
- Great under makeup
Exclusive InVite® Health Firming Facial Toner
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Scientifically Formulated
After using Foaming Facial Cleanser, moisten a cotton pad with toner and apply to face, avoiding the immediate eye area. Follow with Facial Reviving Moisturizer.
Directions: After using InVite® Foaming Facial Cleanser, moisten a cotton pad with toner and apply to face, avoiding the immediate eye area. Follow with InVite® Facial Moisturizer.
|Camellia Sinensis Leaf
(Green Tea) Extract
|Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch
|Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
|Vitis Vinifera (Grape)
Gloubulus Leaf Oil
Sativus (Cucumber) Oil
WARNING: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation or rash occurs, discontinue use.
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The Science Behind The Ingredients Within Firming Facial Toner
Research from the International Journal of Oncology states that green tea consumption can help to nourish and protect the skin in humans. The polyphenolic properties of green tea helps to clean up oxidative damage in the cells and helps to alleviate inflammation. The EGCG’s in green tea help to protect the skin against UV light damage from the sun. 
Research from the Journal of Inflammation explains that witch hazel helps to alleviate redness and inflammation in human skin. Witch Hazel extract is known for its potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity in primary human skin fibroblasts. The research determined that with the addition of witch hazel there was a significant reduction seen in the production of inflammatory interleukin and a decrease in oxidative damage from hydrogen peroxide in human cells. 
Research from the Journal of Food Science and Technology states how grape seed extract contributes to the health and protection of the skin in humans. Grape seed extract is a great source of vitamins and fiber. The skin and seeds of grapes are highly rich in Polyphenols specifically proanthocyanidins, which can be used as a functional ingredient to support boosting of the natural bio-processes of the body. Through different and various studies, it was proved that the proanthocyanidin-rich grape seed extract provides benefits such as for inflammation, cardiovascular health, blood pressure maintenance, blood sugar maintenance and immune system function. 
Research published in Fitoterapia states that cucumber promotes skin health as it has a tremendous phytochemical component. Cucumber has a cleansing action within the body by removing accumulated pockets of old waste materials and chemical toxins. Fresh fruit juice is used for nourishing the skin. It gives a soothing effect against skin irritations and reduces swelling. Cucumber also has the power to relax and alleviate the sunburn's pain. 
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 J Inflamm (Lond). 2011; 8: 27.
 J Food Sci Technol. 2020 Apr;57(4):1205-1215.
 Fitoterapia. 2013 Jan;84:227-36.