This (now) $7 toner instantly brightens and refreshes skin

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One skin care product that you can’t have enough of (at least in our opinion) is a good toner. If you want a new toner, one that helps clear pores and also brightens and livens up your skin, there’s an option at Sephora for less than $10.

ClearSkinDays Brightening Toner, $7 (Orig. $10)

Credit: Sephora

This brightening toner gently exfoliates and rebalances the skin with ingredients like licorice root and lactic acid. Perfect for normal and combination skin, this toner specifically tackles pores, dullness and uneven skin tone. While most toners are either for day or night use, this toner is suitable for the morning or night.

“This product is amazing. I’m already on my second bottle. [The] toner does miracles, and I have noted changes after the several applications. It’s very well absorbed, leaves skin smooth and tones it nicely with no excess oil or irritation,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another reviewer noted that they saw a visible difference in their skin quickly. They wrote, “I took a chance on this toner because it was on sale, and [it] was already pretty cheap. It’s one of my favorite toners ever. I can already notice a difference in my skin’s clarity and texture. The old acne scars have also faded a bit.”

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