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Indur pH Balancing Toner
Price $25.00
Core Essentials
Indur pH Balancing Toner
6.8 fl oz | 60 Day Supply
Eliminates excess dirt, oil, and makeup to prepare skin for moisturization or additional treatments. Leaves complexion soft and smooth while enhancing skin’s natural ability to retain moisture. More Details
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This Is Great For:

  • Normal, dry and oily skin
  • Anyone looking to gently remove dirt and oil
  • Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Neutralizes and balancing skin pH
  • Enhancing skin’s natural ability to retain moisture
  • Relaxing facial muscles to reduce fine lines
  • Preparing skin for moisturization or further treatment

Product Info

Product Overview:

Indur pH Balancing Toner is a gentle and nourishing formula infused with botanicals and pH-balanced acetyl octapeptide. This unique formula ensures optimal delivery and efficacy with a proprietary Trans-Epidermal Carrier to penetrate deep into the skin and pores. Indur pH Balancing Toner contains nature-derived botanicals that share a similar pH with your natural skin to attain your skin’s ideal pH balance. Achieving optimal skin pH primes your skin for your skincare regimen, making active ingredients easier to absorb and more active. Indur pH Balancing Toner also enhances the skin’s natural ability to retain moisture, complementing its anti-wrinkle benefits to combat skin aging. Botanicals, including grapefruit, cucumber, chamomile flower, fennel seed, and aloe contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to gently remove impurities while soothing and softening the skin.
It Will Help You:
Hydrate Skin
Even Skin Tone
Reduce Pore Size
Brighten Complexion
Control Acne
Cleanse Skin

Ingredients

Key Ingredients
Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Grapefruit Peel Extract, Chamomile Flower Extract, Aloe Leaf Extract, Calendula Flower Extract, Sage Leaf Extract, Cucumber Fruit Extract, Fennel Seed Extract
Inactive Ingredients
Deionized Water, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel) Seed Extract, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Ethoxydiglycol, Menthyl Lactate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone

Suggested Usage

Normal Skin
Oily Skin
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin
Instructions
In the morning after cleansing, apply toner with cotton pad to face and neck. Repeat with fresh pads until minimal dirt is visible. Can be used twice daily or as directed by a physician.
Use During Day
Use at Night
1 to 2 Pumps
After Cleansing Face
Expert advice
It no longer becomes an optional step—it’s a must-have!

    The purpose of toners is to replenish and nourish skin after removing makeup and cleansing, a step that can significantly, and visibly, help your skin. Even if you use the most gentle cleanser, your skin still needs to be replenished with what the cleanser removes. This is where a brilliant toner can really shine!

    A toner can quickly and fundamentally provide skin with generous amounts of antioxidants, soothing agents, and vital hydrating ingredients. A state-of-the-art toner enhances skin’s surface, giving skin what it needs to look fresher, smoother, and hydrated.

    Once you start using a well-formulated toner, the results will be undeniable. It no longer becomes an optional step—it’s a must-have!

How It Works


Natural skin pH is, on average, 4.7, below 5. Cosmetic products, soaps, and tap water can increase skin pH for hours until it can return to its natural and ideal pH below 5. Having your skin’s pH below 5 is ideal for its barrier function, moisture, and microflora retention. [1] Indur pH Balancing Toner contains natural botanicals that share a similar pH with your natural skin tone. This gently primes your skin for your skincare regimen, maximizing its beneficial effects on your skin.



Acetyl octapeptide is a peptide (a compound of amino acids) with water-binding properties to promote skin hydration and moisture retention. This peptide can improve the signs of facial aging, particularly due to contracting facial muscles and expression lines such as crow’s feet and forehead lines. Topical peptides, especially those with a fatty acid group attached as acetyl octapeptide consists of, have shown to reduce the signs of aging in facial skin including minimizing fine lines and wrinkles while increasing firmness.



Research has shown acetyl octapeptide to contribute to statistically significant improvements in facial lines, facial wrinkles, eye lines, and eye wrinkles after 14 weeks of using a topical solution with its inclusion. The treatment was well tolerated by subjects and also resulted in statistically significant improvements in skin smoothness, softness, firmness, radiance, luminosity, and overall appearance. [2]



Grapefruit peel extract contains a plentiful source of phytochemical flavanones with highly recognized antioxidant activity. Grapefruit may inhibit elastase enzyme activity to prevent skin wrinkling and ageing. Grapefruit has also been recognized for its antibacterial activity to gently remove dirt, oil, and make-up.



Chamomile has long history of use as a mild astringent. Chamomile is rich in phytochemical terpenoids and flavonoids with noteworthy antioxidant properties that benefit skin health. With antibacterial properties to help rid facial skin of impurities, chamomile flower extract also soothes and softens the skin. Bisabolol, (-)-α-bisabolol, is an important phytochemical in chamomile that contributes to its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties that may extend to treating and preventing skin irritation. The benefits of topical chamomile have demonstrated a high absorption capacity at the skin surface followed by penetration into deeper skin layers.



Aloe barbadensis, also referred to as aloe vera, is recognized in research for its potent antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Aloe contains enzymes that work to reduce skin irritation and inflammation when applied to the skin. A natural source of salicylic acid, aloe vera can penetrate deep within the pores to effectively treat and prevent acne. Aloe also contains lignins that enhance the penetrative effects of the other ingredients into the skin while saponins provide cleansing and antiseptic properties.



Research has demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of topical aloe to effectively treat inflammatory skin conditions such as UV-induced inflammation, redness, and irritation within two days of use. [14] Aloe vera is also a natural humectant that effectively moisturizes skin to treat and prevent dry skin.



Cucumber contains bioactive compounds, including cucurbitacins and cucumerin A and B. Known for its antioxidant properties, cucumber may provide soothing, anti-irritating, and anti-inflammatory benefits on the skin.



What Research is Saying:


Research has shown the ideal pH of skin to be below 5. Alterations of pH above 5 disperse resident bacterial flora from the skin whereas a pH below 5 maintains resident bacterial flora. A pH below 5 is ideal for barrier function and moisturization. [1]



Research has shown acetyl octapeptide to contribute to statistically significant improvements in facial lines, facial wrinkles, eye lines, and eye wrinkles after 14 weeks of using a topical solution with its inclusion. The treatment also resulted in statistically significant improvements in skin smoothness, softness, firmness, radiance, luminosity, and overall appearance. The treatment with acetyl octapeptide was also well tolerated with no adverse events. [2]



One study found grapefruit to inhibit the enzymatic activity of elastase, which degenerates dermal elastin. These results suggest that grapefruit possesses preventative and treatment properties against skin wrinkling and aging. [3] Grapefruit peel extract has also been analyzed in research, demonstrating noteworthy antioxidant activity due to its flavanone content, higher than that of limes and lemons, of aglycones and naringin. [4][5] In vitro research has also observed the antibacterial properties of grapefruit in human skin fibroblast cells in a non-toxic fashion. [6]



Chamomile has been demonstrated soothing and softening effects on the skin. [7][8] At the cellular level, bisabolol has demonstrated downregulation of the gene expression of nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). These findings represent the anti-inflammatory effects of bisabolol that may extend to the protection and treatment against photodamage and acne. [9] Consistent application of bisabolol for eight weeks resulted in significant a lightening effect in subjects with pigmented skin. [10] Research has shown the chamomile flavonoids to penetrate below the skin surface into the deeper skin layers. [11]



Research has shown topical aloe vera application to significantly contribute to the reduction of lesions and erythema (i.e. redness and irritation of the skin) associated with acne vulgaris after 8 weeks of consistent use. [12] Research has also shown aloe to contain natural humectant properties and improve skin moisture in dry skin. [13] Furthermore, two days of aloe vera application effectively treated UV-induced erythema to a greater extent than 1% hydrocortisone. [14]



Cucumber contains bioactive compounds, including cucurbitacins and cucumerin A and B. Known for its antioxidant properties, cucumber may provide soothing, anti-irritating, and anti-inflammatory benefits on the skin. [15]




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