MOISTURE BOOST Essential Hydrating Toner
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MOISTURE BOOST Essential Hydrating Toner
This silky, hydrating toner soothes and renews skin while fighting signs of ageing.

MOISTURE BOOST Essential Hydrating Toner

Based on 189 reviews

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This silky, hydrating toner soothes and renews skin while fighting signs of ageing.
  • Antioxidants help protect against environmental stress
  • Moisture-rich liquid soothes and hydrates
  • Use twice daily after cleansing
Skin Types:
Dry/Very Dry Skin
Concerns:
Dry/Very Dry Skin

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Why is it different?
This rich, creamy liquid is 100% fragrance-and-alcohol-free. It immediately soothes and rehydrates even the most sensitive skin while gently eliminating any trace makeup left after cleansing, leaving your complexion soft and refined.
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What does it do?
Green tea and grape leaf extract (powerful antioxidants) lessen the appearance of damage caused by environmental factors like pollution, which can lead to sagging, wrinkles, and dull skin tone. Skin-restoring sodium PCA and fatty acids help replenish then protect the skin’s natural moisture barrier.
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How to use
Apply once or twice daily after cleansing and/or toning. Lightly soak a cotton pad and apply over the entire face, including the eye area (avoid lash line and eyelids). Do not rinse. For daytime, follow with a broad-spectrum sunscreen rated SPF 15 or greater in the final step of your routine.
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Research

Archives of Dermatological Research, March 2010, pages 71–83;

FEBS Letters, December 2009, Epbulication;

Acta-Dermatovenereologica Croatia, Volume 17, 2009, pages 25–39;

Skin Pharmacology and Physiology, September 2009, pages 299–304;

Dermato-Endocrinology, March 2009, pages 72–76;

Clinics in Dermatology, November-December 2008, pages 614–626;

Skin Therapy Letter, September 2008, pages 5–9;

Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, July 2008, pages S7–S12;

Dermatologic Therapy, September-October 2007, pages 322–329;

Dermatologic Surgery, "The Antioxidant Network of the Stratum Corneum," July 2005, pages 814–817;

American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, May 2004, pages 327–337;

Dermatologic Therapy, January 2004, pages 16–25;

Exogenous Dermatology, June 2004, pages 154–160; and

Toxicology Letters, December 2003, pages 65–73;

Journal of Investigative Dermatology, April 2002, pages 618–625;

Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B, October 2001, pages 61–69; and

www.naturaldatabase.com.

Ingredients
Key Ingredients
Product Ingredients Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Polysorbate 20, Superoxide Dismutase, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Epilobium Angustifolium (Willow Herb) Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Sodium PCA, Creatine, Lecithin, Linoleic Acid, Linolenic Acid, Sodium PEG-7 Olive Oil Carboxylate, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Butylene Glycol, Panthenol, Allantoin, PEG-4, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol.

Ratings & Reviews

I've Used It for Years

5

I use this toner after cleansing and love the silky, soothing feel of it. It takes off any crumbs of eye makeup or bit of foundation the cleanser may have missed and leaves my face ready for my serum or moisturizer. I've used it for years and love it.

Fangirl

Richmon

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Nice toner.

4

I have oily skin but but bought this for my sister who has dry skin. I wanted to try it out so I used it for a couple of days without a moisturizer. Doesn't seem heaps moisturizing, very lightweight. If you need a toner full of antioxidants give it a go.

IKnowBeauty

Brisbane, AU

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has a bad smell

2

I recently purchased this toner and noticed it has a very bad smell. Strange since it says it is fragrance free.. definitely has some type of odor! Works ok but the smell is rather offensive~ is there something wrong? I've never had this problem with a Paula's product.

Suz

Colorado

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Not my favorite and smells like lots of chemicals

2

I must have accidentally bought the moisture boost toner instead of the pink one (calming) I usually buy. They both are advertised for dry /very dry skin. However, the Moisture Boost toner is clear and smells like there are tons of chemicals in it. My other toner was a milky white and didn't smell bad at all. I'm not even sure if they put the right product in this toner bottle. The good news is that it hasn't made me break out or anything like that, but i get a bad feeling every time I use it on my face and it just doesn't seem like anything that smells so chemically would be good to put on your face. Not a fan and I will not purchase again.

Amy

Las Vegas, NV

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Decent Toner

4

I like the idea of using a toner to pick up whatever the cleanser didn't get, and even though this toner is certainly the most hydrating toner I've ever used, I still find it just a bit drying on my skin. Its probably just my skin though. I will continue to purchase this toner for the purpose intended though since I always follow up with a moisturizer. Once again, this product is completely Fragrance Free and I sincerely love that aspect of it!

Rene406

Montana

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Irritated My Skin

2

I had been warned away from toners by my mother, who had heard Paula's myth busting back in the early days. I've never used them, but I thought I would try this, as I read Paula's information on how they are different. I tried using this product in my morning and night time skin care routines. Although I don't doubt the efficacy of the product, unfortunately it tended to irritate my skin (left a hot, slightly burning sensation afterwards). It seems that my skin is far too sensitive for it.

Sarah B

Newcastle, AU

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My New Favorite Toner!

5

I have combination skin that's more oily than dry, but I still use this toner on my entire face. It's very soothing and calming. Also, unlike some other PC toners I've tried, this doesn't have a greasy feel at all. It's just the right amount of hydration for my skin.

A.J.

Texas

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Glad it's being discontinued...

1

Paula's Choice is so much better than this product. It makes me sad to give such a favorite brand of mine a negative review but this toner irritated my skin so bad it left an open sore! What happen was I got out of the shower and saw I still had make up around my eyes, so I applied a small amount of this toner to a tissue and gently tried to wipe the make up off and was surprised that it burned so bad. The next morning I had a scab on the inner part of my eye where the product stung the most. It also has a strange habit of forming random jelly-like clumps of itself that come out of the bottle and sit around the opening even if you shake it well during every use. Oh well. I will continue to shop from PC because everything else I use from them is splendid, but definitely will avoid the moisture boost products.

Dani

Miami, FL

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Didn't work

1

I am glad that I tried a sample before I purchase the whole bottle. I have tried the moisture boost cleanser and night cream. These are great for my combination to dry skin. However, this toner gives me a burning sensation that I cannot tolerate. If you have sensitive and combination skin like mine, skin recovery toner is much better choice.

Kz

Indianapoli , IN

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HG for me.

5

I wonder if the reviewer who thought this was greasy wasn't referring to the lotion? This isn't greasy at all. I've been using the toner on normal skin for over five years. It does tingle a bit, but I feel that my skin looks better after using the product. It wouldn't be suitable for someone with very dry sensitive skin (Advanced Replenishing toner would be better for that). I have normal skin with blackheads and wrinkles and I use this after getting out of the shower instead of moisturizer.

WoolGirl

Orange County, CA

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Moisture Boost Essential Hydrating Toner

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