Bitter Green Essence Toner Is Actually Pretty Sweet πŸ™ŒπŸΎ

Next up in the Byroe skincare review line up is their Bitter Green Essence Toner and can I just say the color on this packaging is STUNNING! 😍
Okay let's get into the product toner is always a great follow up after your cleanser to get rid of extra bacteria and hydrate before adding on any serums or moisturizers think of it like a post wash/pre soak for your face! 🚿
I love the gentle smell of the toner it also contains paraben free ingredients which means there are no harmful chemicals that will damage your skin or overall health. πŸ™πŸΎ
It goes into the skin very easily you can apply with a cotton pad like I did or with your fingers which is my usual preferred method and its gentle enough to use both night and day daily πŸ—“
Overall thoughts loving the feel and the smell and the fact that they use real vegetables and plants over 33 to be exact πŸ˜‰ to create this Bitter Green Essence toner is a huge plus if you're into CLEAN beauty!
You should totally click "I wanna try" so you can feel the herbal essence of this awesome toner yourself! πŸ₯¦

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  • Nikki83

    This felt so nice after using

  • Missi Slaughter

    Wanna try it!

  • Shelly

    looks like it works well, moisturizes and everything want to try this as well

  • Alejandra Carrillo

    This looks amazing! What caught my attention first was the color. Like you mentioned, I love it lol! I would love to try this. I'm a huge fan of clean beauty and prefer it. I also love toners because I have combination skin. I avoid tea tree oil and citrus ingredients like orange because I have sensitivities to them. I look for nourishing, gentle, and beneficial ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin c, retinol, CBD oil, hemp etc., because I like them and they make my skin look and feel best.

  • Anna hudson

    This works good on you,I think it didn't work for me cause i m much older..nice review ,cute smile :)

  • Mia Quilici

    I avoid parabens and sulfates and try to stick to natural ingredients

  • yona garlit

    I definitely avoid any products that contain harsh chemicals and alcohol. My skin is very sensitive and I have found that if I avoid those things, my skin thanks me greatly.

  • Sarah

    I love this toner! Now what I stay away from is harsh chemicals and some oils! What I look for is AHA AND BHA. Vitamin c and retinol.

  • Stephanie Williams

    I usually use witch hazel because no doubt about what the ingredients are. But this.... I would love to try. Noticed that a lot doesn't come out of the bottle which is good so no waste

  • StylishSelections

    I generally check to see if the product contains harsh chemicals. Also, I look to see if it has palm oil, as the process for sourcing palm oil is very destructive to animals and the environment.

  • Lori Odaniel

    I look for non Parabeus preservatives artificial fragrances sodium lauryl sulfate and added alcohol thanks for your review.

  • Ashley Hunt

    When I look for skincare products I always look at ingredients and try to avoid anything with any kind of alcohol in them. Other than acme treatments I try to avoid products containing alcohol because alcohol can be very drying. I am combo leaning oily, being I am very oily in my t-zone and dry other areas, so therefore I try to not make those areas worse dry by using products that contain bad alcohols!

  • Naf

    I've used it and I've liked it too. It's very gentle. The ingredients that I look for in a new skincare product is hyaluronic acid, and other vitamins.

  • Patricia

    I'd love to try this toner, you got me at 33 real veggies and plants, clean beauty is the way to go, now I hope this don't have alcohol or not too much, thanks for reviewing this cool looking toner! I look for products that have natural plant based oils, Rose oil, Argan oil etc.except for Hemp oil because I recently discovered I'm allergic to it, also look for Hyaluronic Acid, and clean forms of Retinol, Vitamins B3 and C, Aloe, Probiotics and Charcoal to name a few, and avoid Alcohol since it's extremely drying.

  • Chelli counts

    I have used the sample of this toner and so far it helps my skincare routine definitely want to try another one

  • Gigi G

    So cool! I LOVE when skincare companies use actual FOOD in their products! I figure if it's safe enough to eat, it's definitely safe enough to put on our skin!! Woop! Go Green!! (Pun intended!! 🌎)

  • Shannon Fukano

    In New to using toners. I wouldn't say my skin is sensitive but as I get older I definitely try to steer away from the harshness of alcohol based products. I don't like chemical smells in face products as well so I tend to look for organic products as well as those for sensitive skin. Something with a soothing smell. Thanks for the honest review

  • Mart Truelove

    Wow! Thank you for sharing your review and sharing your honesty about it.

  • Amanda Lingle

    Toners are always a must. The after feeling you get from them in soft skin and a refreshed face. For my awnser to the question today. I look for natural ingredients in my products. Aloe and charcoal are 2 of the best I feel you can get in a product. Aloe is just a great natural plant that has so many things it can be used for.

  • Brenda Holbert

    Wow, a little too pricey for me . I stay away from products with umpteen ingredients that I have to look up and some I've never heard of.

  • Brandy

    I Love toners! They make my skin feel so refreshed, but lately I've been sticking to my trusty face mask, I have one I'm obsessed with Urban Botanic you leave on 15 or 20 min wash off and it smells like Roses and my skin feels sooo soft and it exfoliate my skin, I love it and after I wash and dry my face,i follow up with 111 SKIN bright eye lift gel for under the eyes. Love these products. Thank you for review

  • Tia kitchens

    I try my best to avoid alcohol in my products. I have combo skin and can easily control skin issues with a good moisturizer. Alcohol on the other hand in products dries me out so bad.

  • Lisa

    Oh interesting product line! My first question is it witch hazel based? What is the base and where are they sourcing ingredients from? I love natural lines that source from indigenous tribes and barter. For example, sourcing marshmallow root from S. American tribe in exchange for building them a school and supplies materials. It’s a true win win!

  • Tina Brehm

    Sorry correction it was the new years resolution giveaway I just received

  • Tina Brehm

    Nice review, great info! I just got a bunch of samples in the dec giveaway from this company and cant wait to try them. Theres a tomato serum, bell pepper serum, salmon cream, the bitter essence toner you just reviewed and a couple others I cant recall right now. I'm trying to find products that are naturally made or sustainable so I will give out some reviews after I try out these products.

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