A soothing toner formulated with actives that reduce skin redness.– Facetheory
Facetheory’s Collofial-C Anti-Redness Toner looked like a pretty unique product when I first perused the company’s website. At about $20 (and even less during a sale/discount), this toner contains an impressive amount of effective ingredients alongside a bevy of positive reviews. Curious to try this product, but aware of my current decision to use up my previous toner first (Krave Beauty’s Kale-lalu-yAHAh), I implemented this toner like a serum, patting the liquid into my face. Within a week or so I found my redness drastically disappearing, all without any irritation.
Ingredient Pros and Cons
Ingredients: Aqua, propanediol (humectant derived from corn syrup), glycerin (derived from rapeseed), sodium ascorbyl phosphate (stabilised vitamin c), lactic acid (aha), sodium lactate (natural moisturising factor), polyglyceryl-3 cocoate (vegetable-derived emulsifier), polyglyceryl-4 caprate (vegetable-derived emulsifier), polyglyceryl-6 ricinoleate (vegetable-derived emulsifier), panthenol (vitamin b5), glycyrrhiza glabra (liquorice) root extract, sodium anisate (preservative derived from star anise), sodium levulinate (preservative derived from sugar cane), tocopherol (natural vitamin e), avena sativa (oat) kernel flour, glyceryl caprylate (emollient), aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice, amorphophallus konjac root powder (stabiliser), xanthan gum (stabiliser).
- Propanediol (moisturizing)
- Glycerin (moisturizing)
- Sodium ascorbyl phosphate (anti-acne, vitamin C)
- Lactic acid (gentle exfoliant)
- Panthenol (soothing, moisturizing)
- Glycyrrhiza glabra (liquorice) root extract (addresses hyper pigmentation)
- Tocopherol (soothing, antioxidant)
- Avena sativa (oat) kernel flour (soothing, antioxidant)
- Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice (soothing, moisturizing)
- Nothing bad here folks
I am extremely happy with the pricing, ingredients, and results of this product! This is a perfect toner/essence for those who have acne-prone, but still sensitive skin, looking for something to calm down an angry face or complement a skincare routine focusing on addressing hyper pigmentation. I’ll definitely be repurchasing this in the future and will keep an eye out for future products from this brand.
2 thoughts on “Review: Facetheory Collodial-C Anti-Redness Toner T3”
Its the first time I’ve heard of this brand and product! But seeing a lot of pros, I might try this one out! The only problem I have right now is seeing if this is available in my country 😭
Their FAQ on shipping seems to be pretty inclusive (though vague on specifics) – but here’s to hoping it works out for you! I really enjoyed this toner and am currently using their eye cream as well.