OLEHENRIKSEN Glow 2OH Dark Spot Toner vs e.l.f. SuperTone Toner

OLEHENRIKSEN Glow 2OH Dark Spot Toner vs e.l.f. SuperTone Toner

Carianne compared the Glow 2OH Dark Spot Toner to the SuperTone Toner. Here's what they had to say:


Olehenriksen Glow2OH Dark Spot Toner and e.l.f. Supertone Toner are two fantastic products and I believe are beneficial to your skincare routine. Both products claim to gently exfoliant the skin with alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) to slough off dead skin cells, promote cell turn over, lighten dark spots, and reduce signs of aging. Ole Henriksen felt slightly gentler than e.l.f., while e.l.f. felt harsher on my skin. Regardless, both products are gentle enough to be incorporated into your nightly routine. I found both products reduced the look of dark acne spots on both my cheeks and forehead, as well as added an overall glow to my face. I personally preferred the scent of Olehenrisken slightly more than e.l.f. which had heavy notes of acidic fruits, however, once it had dried on my face, both products had no obvious scent. In the immediate application, both products felt very nice. On some evenings there was a slight tingle that passed very quickly which is common when using acids. Overall, these products are very similar and will give you the same outcome. I recommend adding either product to your evening skincare routine. *It should be noted that Ole Henriksen is considered 'Clean at Sephora.' e.l.f. does not claim to be clean.


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