Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner Review

Hello dear people! ❤️❤️❤️
I hope you all are doing great! 🙂

Well, winter is coming… It’s time to take out those lovely cardigans, fancy shawls, revamp your wardrobe and also, change your skincare regime!
Our skin during the cold and dry months of winter, demands a lot more hydration, nourishment and care than it does during the rest of the year… I personally like layering hydrating products on my face rather than just using a dollop of winter moisturizers… 😛
So, coming across a “hydrating” face toner made me feel really excited!
I have been using this toner by Chauth & Nagsan for quite some time now and today, I am going to review the same for you all!
Read on… ❤️

CHAUTH & NAGSAN HYDRATING FACE TONER

Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner
Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner

DESCRIPTION: Hydrating Face Toner | With the goodness of dead sea salts | For all skin types.
This is a natural product. It has no parabens, petroleum or SLS.

INGREDIENTS: Aqua, Rose Water, Glycerine, Propanediol, Capryloyl/Caproyl Methyl Glucamide, Dead Sea Salt, Natural Betaine, Benzyl Alcohol (and) Ethylhexylglycerin (and) Tocopherol, Olive Leaf Extract, Polysorbate 20, Fragrance, Niacinamide, Allantoin, Sodium Gluconate, Vitamin C.

Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner
Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner

CAUTION: Some people may be allergic to natural products. Test patch on inner elbow is suggested. Discontinue if irritation occurs. Avoid contact with eyes.

DIRECTIONS: Spray evenly on face when using as a toner and wipe off with clean cotton balls or use as a face mist several times to get refreshed.

COST: Rs. 349 for 100ml

SHELF LIFE: 24 months

Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner
Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner

MY TAKE ON THE PRODUCT:

Chauth & Nagsan hydrating face toner comes in a sturdy, transparent plastic bottle packaging with a pump dispenser… Over the pump dispenser are two really durable plastic caps which keep the product safe and prevent any sort of leakage or spillage, thus making the packaging totally travel-friendly!
The bottle is covered in a blush-pink coloured label on which all the necessary details about the product, including the list of ingredients, shelf life and price are printed…

The toner is colourless and transparent and has a watery consistency. It smells like a blend of natural rose water and glycerine, which I find to be quite pleasant! 😛
Anyway, the fragrance is really mild and I don’t think that it is going to bother any sensitive noses!

Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner
Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner

I take two pumps of the toner on a cotton pad and wipe my face and neck with it…
The toner effectively removes the impurities and traces of makeup which are left behind after washing the face… It tones and refreshes the skin… It also stays true to its name and adds a layer of hydration to my skin…
I have a normal-dry skin type right now which gets really stretchy when I wash my face… I have been using this toner regularly for over two weeks and I have even tested its effectiveness many times by using it on just one side of my face… Believe me, it nourishes the skin really, really well! There have been days when I have even skipped my moisturizer after using this toner because my skin already felt so much hydrated and nourished! ❤️
In my opinion, this is a great toner for winter months! ❤️

Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner
Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner

Now, there is something that I would like to mention… The toner is not at all heavy or greasy but it does make the skin feel a little tacky, which I believe is due to the presence of glycerine… The tackiness disappears if left as it is for 5-10 minutes or on the application of moisturizer! So, even though it is mentioned that the toner is suitable for all skin types, I think that it would leave combination to oily skin types quite heavy/greasy…
In my opinion, this hydrating toner is best suited for normal to dry skin types… 🙂

(Also read my review of Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Face Wash here!)

SUMMING UP PROS AND CONS:

PROS:

1. Quite affordable and easily available online on Amazon and Flipkart.
2. Free of parabens, petroleum and SLS.
3. Sturdy, leak-proof, travel-friendly packaging.
4. Has a mild and pleasant fragrance.
5. Removes the excess dirt and makeup residue left behind on the skin post washing the face.
6. Tones and refreshes the skin.
7. Adds a layer of hydration and nourishes the skin.
8. Most suitable for normal to dry skin types.

CONS:

1. Makes the skin feel a little tacky; would leave oilier skin types feeling more greasy!

RATING: 4.4/5

FINAL TAKE: Chauth & Nagsan hydrating face toner with dead sea salts is a really good facial toner for normal to dry skin types… It tones, refreshes and nourishes the skin well… ❤️
So, if you are looking for a good, nourishing toner, I would recommend you to give this a try! 🙂

Hope it helps! ❤️

**PR product but 100% honest review!**

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36 thoughts on “Chauth & Nagsan Hydrating Face Toner Review

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  1. I also like layering products on skin. This hydrating toner sounds really good and effective on the skin. Will definitely give this a try.

  2. This product sounds great! The pricing is feasible too. If possible, do one for oily skin as it’s rare. Thanks!

  3. I have used toners from different brands but they don’t suit my skin it’s always itching! But this one looks like a keeper! Will try my luck with it

  4. Looks great product. The best thing there is no harmful chemical present in this product. Will recommend this to my friends. Thanks for the detailed review about the product

  5. Nice and detailed review , haven’t tried this yet , I also like toners with rose water as they are too refreshing.

  6. hydrating face toner looking amazing for dry skin type. As I have oily skin type I won’t prefer it but surely Suggest it to my friends. Thanks for sharing such honest Reviews

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