March 25, 2013

Kiehl’s Clearly Corrective Toner Coming Soon

Kiehl's Clearly Corrective Toner

Is your toner working on those pesky dark spots? The new Kiehl’s Clearly Corrective Toner that’s launching soon takes on the task of toning skin and diminishing the appearance of dark spots as well!

Kiehl’s Clearly Corrective Toner is a new high performance toner that refines skin and is infused with hydrating ingredients to keep skin smooth and soft plus activated vitamin c helps with fade dark spots and skin discolorations.

There’s been an increase in toners and mists in Asia that promise similiar formulas but this is possibly the first one I’ve seen here on US shores.

It hasn’t launched yet but Nordstrom.com seems to have it coming soon.

Curious minds if it actually works.

What do you think of a toner that helps fade dark circles?

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  • Christina

    I never use toner that closer to my eyes, so this is intriguing. Did you know that Kiehl’s has a whitening BB cream in Asia that is popular? I wonder if we’ll get it, too!

    • the Muse

      I was wondering the same as I heard really good things about it. ya never know, perhaps for Summer!? 😀

      • the Muse

        ps it’s for dark spots not dark circles, so wouldn’t be used on your eyes, around your face to correct dark spots/sun damage/etc 🙂