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ttbykate

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Toner: Before or After Mask?

On nights I want to do some self care I like to use a face mask. I do a cleansing balm to remove initial makeup and then a second cleanse. After this I usually do a toner to remove extra residue. If I’m using a mask, should I skip this step and go straight to the mask and tone after? Or tone before?
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KDanielle

Oily/Resilient

Toner shouldn’t be used to remove extra residue or dirt. it suppose to hydrate your skin, exfoliate or whatever it may do. If anything, I’d use micellar water to remove anything left over if you didn’t get it with water. I’d tone after the mask
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ameliex

Dry/Resilient

+1 on this!
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Glowyforever

Oily/Resilient

it depends on what kind of mask you using: if it’s wash off mask, then I’d use the toner after mask, if it is the sheet mask, then toner goes first.
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ciecie

Oily/Resilient

I agree with this. Toner after cleansing or wash off mask 😊
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MissySoup

Oily/Sensitive

Hmm usually toner shouldn't be used as remove extra residue, unless you're using exfo toner then sure. everyone have their own way of steps of putting toner, I always put toner after wash off & sheet mask.
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abbywang

Oily/Resilient

Toner after cleansing, serves as a moisturizing product plus extra cleansing ~ I prefer tapping the toner onto the skin and not using pads 😊
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