Round Lab 1025 Dokdo Toner Review
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Toners are the secret superstars of a good skincare routine. Some skincare experts say they aren’t needed, but I see a difference in my skin when using toners (mainly in hydration). I usually keep a few different ones on hand, choosing one that best fits my skin condition on the particular day.
One of the toners I finished a bit ago is Round Lab 1025 Dokdo Toner. It came to me in a PR box and is available on Amazon, Jolse, eBay, StyleKorean, and Stylevana. You can hear me talk about it in this empties video:
Round Lab 1025 Dokdo Toner contains pantenol, allantoin, sugarcane extract, and sea water. A full list of ingredients is available at the end of the review. Sugarcane is a very mild exfoliant that can help with skin texture over time.
How to use
Cleanse the face
Saturate a cotton pad with the toner and gently wipe the face
I prefer using my hands for application.
The toner is clear and watery. I didn’t notice a scent at all. There is no stickiness or other unpleasant sensations.
This Round Lab toner was fine. It didn’t blow my socks off, but wasn’t bad either. During the fall and winter, it does not provide enough hydration by itself, but works well in addition to serums and essences. It would probably be lovely for oily skin, especially in the morning or warmer seasons.
I don’t have any specific complaints - this product simply didn’t wow me, so I would not be going out of my way to acquire more. However, if somehow another bottle landed in my lap, I would use it without issues. As far as the mild exfoliation claim from the sugarcane, I didn’t notice any benefits or drawbacks.
This product was sent to me for free. This is not a sponsored review.
Round Lab 1025 Dokdo Toner ingredients: Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Propanediol, Chondrus Crispus Extract, Saccharum Officinarum (Sugarcane) Extract, Sea Water, 1,2-Hexanediol, Protease, Betaine, Panthenol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Allantoin, Xanthan Gum, Disodium EDTA