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Restore Elasticity and firmness and nourish the skin's underlying cellular matrix with Firming Toner's powerful anti-aging combination of natural fruit acids, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, green tea and skin soothing panthenol. Anti-aging Firming Toner tones, reduces wrinkles, fades age spots, refines pores and deepens translucence.
Anti-Aging Firming Toner is the second step in Niora's Anti-Aging Intensives four step skin care program
Anti-Aging Intensives skin-friendly four step program provides the three critical components needed for beautiful, healthy and youthful skin. This complete anti-aging regime cleanses, tones, moisturizes and provides advanced skin treatment appropriate for dry to oily skin.
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water, alpha hydroxy fruit acids, glycerin*, aloe vera*, camillia sinensis leaf extract (green tea)*, pichia/resveratrol extract*, panthenol*, sodium hyaluronate (fermentation extract), magnesium ascorbyl phosphste (vitamin C), gluconolactone*, potassium sorbate
*Ecocert and/or certified organic
Contains no animal ingredients, alcohol or parabens.
Niora uses whole extracts of apples, citrus fruits, and sugar cane. The most effective form of alpha hydroxy acids, they are gentle and sensitive skin friendly. Fruit acids are exfoliants and can dissolve or exfoliate the excess tissue, and cellular debris that block pores and cause sensitivity.
Niora's Alpha C Serum pioneered the use of alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) anti-aging skin care with Vitamin C Esters for sensitive and acne-prone skin. Vitamin C and alpha hydroxy fruit acids are the perfect match for skin firmness, and improved texture and moisturization.
According to the Mayo Clinic there are six reasons we develop wrinkles, all of which you can exercise a significant degree of control over. Three of the reasons identified are exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, smoking and poor nutrition. What to do about these is clear.
Protecting the skin from UV exposure is an important part of good skin care. Seasonal and weather variations can affect the degree of risk of exposure on any given day. The US Environmental Protection Agency measures this risk daily and publishes a UV Index to assist in planning for UV protection.