The Best Hydrating Toners for Dry Skin – AHC Singapore

The Best Hydrating Toners for Dry Skin

Toners are often deemed an unnecessary step in a skincare routine, but once you understand the benefits of these fast-penetrating liquids, you’ll be quick to add a hydrating toner to your regime.

Some of us choose to steer clear of toners because of bad experiences in the past. The toners of yesteryear, which gained a reputation for being too drying or astringent, are very different from today’s gentler, more moisturising formulas. Most modern toners contain antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and acids (such as alpha hydroxy acid, or AHA) to help refine your skin after cleansing and to enhance its ability to absorb other skincare products better. 

Your skin becomes more susceptible to dryness as you get older, so incorporating a hydrating toner into your skincare routine is vital for a healthy complexion. That said, it can be challenging to choose the right product. The trick – regardless of your skin type or concerns – is to avoid toners with high levels of alcohol. These will only dehydrate your skin further, resulting in signs of premature aging. Instead, choose a water-based hydrating toner to help lock in moisture or opt for an AHA toner to remove dead skin cells and impurities for a brighter, more radiant complexion.

To help you out, we’ve rounded up three of our favourite hydrating toners to use after cleansing and before applying your moisturiser.

 

1. AHC Hyaluronic Dewy Toner (for Dry, Dull Skin)

 

A packshot of AHC's Hyaluronic Toner and Serum on a white marble table.

AHC Hyaluronic Toner contains moisture-binding hyaluronic acid ingredients.

The star ingredient in AHC Hyaluronic Dewy Toner is hyaluronic acid, also known as HA. It’s an ultra-moisturising substance that exists naturally in your skin and has the ability to retain 1,800 times its weight in water to hydrate and plump the skin from the inside out.

AHC Hyaluronic Dewy Toner contains moisture-binding hyaluronic acid ingredients, along with an array of herbal and floral extracts. Rosemary, peppermint, bergamot, tea tree and geranium ingredients clarify dull skin tones and purify the complexion. In addition to that, lavender, freesia, and chamomile soothe and nourish sensitive skin. It’s the perfect product to boost moisture while brightening your complexion and enhancing your skin’s natural glow at the same time.

 

2. AHC Peony Bright Clearing Toner (for Dry, Uneven Skin Tone)

 

A packshot of AHC peony bright clearing toner on a white and gold marble table.

AHC Peony Bright Clearing Toner ingredients serve as antioxidants to nurture the skin and prevent dryness.

Are you struggling with an uneven skin tone that lacks radiance? Then you’ll want to try an AHA toner like Peony Bright Clearing Toner. Alpha hydroxy acid is renowned for its ability to remove dead skin cells and refine the skin’s texture. With regular use, it reveals a smoother, brighter complexion. Peony Bright Clearing Toner also contains a nourishing blend of pink peony, kombucha and pink algae extracts. These ingredients serve as antioxidants to nurture your skin and prevent dryness.

 

3. AHC Premium Ex Hydra B5 Toner (for Dry, Irritated Skin) 

A woman holding AHC Premium Ex Hydra B5 Toner on a white background.

The super-soother in AHC Premium Ex Hydra B5 Toner is D-Panthenol, also known as vitamin B5.

This hypoallergenic product is a brilliant choice for dry skin prone to redness and irritation. It contains 95% high-purity derma-grade HA and a good mix of soothing ingredients such as Alpinia galanga extract. The real super-soother, however, is D-Panthenol, also known as vitamin B5. Naturally hydrating, it can stabilise your skin’s barrier function, help reduce inflammation and encourage healing. Over the years, it’s known as one of AHC’s cult beauty products on the market.

There’s no denying that toners have become an essential part of any skincare routine, especially if you aim to achieve a smoother, plumper and more radiant complexion. Ready to dive into the world of toners? Be sure to check out what AHC has to offer to find one that suits your skin’s particular needs.

 

References:

Sodium hyaluronate properties, Chemical Book

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