Dr.Sheth's niacinamide and green tea toner review

Dr sheths toner with Green tea and Niacinamide review for sensitive, combination skin

Dr.Sheth's niacinamide and green tea toner review

Hydrating and calming skincare products are the favorite for my sensitive, combination, and acne-prone skin. So, whenever I get a chance to try a skincare layer, be it a toner, essence, or serum that promises to either calm my skin or add more hydration, I always say yes! Dr.Sheth’s Niacinamide and green tea calming toner is one such product. I never really thought about using a Niacinamide based toner specifically, because there is some concentration of Niacinamide in most of the skincare products at the moment, but when I came across this one on a Buy 1 get 1 sale on Dr.Sheth’s website, I got two of these at once, because I cannot resist a good deal!

My introduction to Dr.Sheth’s Brand was with their Haldi and Hyaluronic acid sleeping mask and I honestly enjoyed using that. Expecting something similar of an experience I went ahead to try the Green tea toner from Dr. Seth’s. Let’s first see what the brand has to say about the Calming toner –

This toner is formulated with a potent yet soothing blend of ingredients to reduce redness, dullness, uneven skin tone, and the appearance of pores to give you freshly hydrated skin.

Key Benefits:

  • Tones and hydrates all skin types
  • Reduces inflammation and redness
  • Reduces the appearance of pores
  • Rejuvenates and refreshes the skin
From the description, sounds like a perfect toner for when the skin acts out right? Maybe a skin toner for calming skin during summer or in my case, for calming irritated and red skin during winter. Without further ado, let us dive in to see my experience with Dr.Sheth’s Niacinamide and green tea calming toner review –

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Dr.Sheth's niacinamide and green tea toner review

Dr.Sheth's niacinamide and green tea toner review

Dr.Sheth's niacinamide and green tea toner review

First the basics for the review of the Green tea toner from Dr.Sheth’s

Price – 350 INR for 50 ml of product

Product –
A very thoughtfully formulated watery toner with a concise ingredient list: Purified Water, Niacinamide, Green Tea Liquid Extract, Calendula Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Allantoin, Disodium EDTA, Hyaluronic Acid

The toner is of a very watery consistency which makes for a perfect spray application. It takes a while, around 30 seconds to be absorbed into the skin, which makes following up with a serum or moisturizer perfect for locking the product and moisture into the skin. Kind of like a mist. The brand asks for the product to be dabbed into the skin, with cotton pads or hands, but I don’t prefer doing that.

In terms of fragrance, there is none. First few uses I felt like there was a very faint fragrance, but that wasn’t true for the toner.

Pro tip – spray the toner on slightly damp skin for a better result. I say this because I follow this step for any product with even the slightest amount of Hyaluronic acid, as I feel it makes my skin dry if I don’t.

Packaging –
Comes in a plastic dark brown tinted spray bottle with a spray cap. The Spray bottle itself comes in a box with the new graphic design by Dr. Sheths. I would have loved if they avoided the box. The spray bottle is a small one and can be easily used to carry in your handbag or purse.

My Experience –
This toner claims to calm irritated skin and help with redness. I cannot say I can support that claim fully. The toner works well for my very lightly irate skin if there is maybe a pimple starting to come etc. Mild cases. Not when maybe my skin barrier needs some care because of the weather or my antics with different things.

It works well to soothe my skin for a few moments, but nothing much after that. The Niacinamide in the toner is also not of a very high quantity that it will help with post-acne maintenance or calming very red or irate skin.

One thing I can definitely say is that the toner does make my skin a bit plump in dry weather and is just a light moisturizer and Dr.Sheth’s Green tea and Niacinamide toner seemed to work well.  

All in all, for me this toner from Dr.Sheth’s was nothing worth hyping, Was easy to carry and make a simple skincare routine out of it so I was very happy to use up the two spray bottles.
Will recommend it if you are looking for a toner as a step to add a very less percentage of actives in your skincare routine, otherwise can be skipped.

Let me know if you are buying Dr.Sheth’s Niacinamide and green tea toner, I would love to know your experience and review for your skin type!

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