I was actually given Elemis Rehydrating Ginseng Toner. My uncle comes out every so often with bags filled with name brand cosmetics for me and my mother. Elemis Rehydrating Ginseng Toner was in the bag, and I figured I may as well give it a try.
The toner is usually sold in bottles, however the ones we were given were samples of the toner in packages. In the package was a cloth saturated in the toner.
Supposedly this toner will improve skin, and remove any excess cleanser from your face. I never knew that cleanser left behind on your face was a bad thing, but low and behold, this is what Elemis Rehydrating Ginseng Toner is used for.
The toner had no scent and it seemed like the cloth the toner saturated was nothing more than water.
I ran the cloth around my face, and immediatly felt this thick heavy texture of grease being wiped on. I didn't like it, but imagined that when it dried the texture would go away.
This was not the case, instead Elemis Rehydrating Ginseng Toner left behind a semi sticky thick residue that I could feel. I ended up washing it off because the texture did not feel right, and I was afraid it would cause break outs.
Elemis Rehydrating Ginseng Toner leaves behind a nasty texture on your skin, and it is way over priced at $33 for a bottle.