KORRES Wild Rose Brightening Targeted Tone Corrector

The KORRES Wild Wild Rose Brightening Targeted Tone Corrector was one of those products I didn’t know I needed until I started using it. This amazing tone correcting cream helps even out dark spots and uneven skin pigmentation. Although I don’t have any sun spots (yet), I do have slight uneven pigmentation where I used to have acne scars.

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I use the KORRES tone corrector daily during my night time routine. I first cleanse my face with a  Murad cleanser, I then tone and clear my skin one step further with L’Occitane’s Essential Water , and follow with the KORRES tone corrector as a vitamin C dark spot corrector and a moisturizer.

KORRES Wild Rose Brightening Targeted Tone Corrector ($60.00 CA)

KORRES Wild Rose Brightening Targeted Tone Corrector ($60.00 CA)

I definitely recommend this toner as a step step in your skin care routine, as it can not only help reduce signs of dark spots or uneven pigmentation, but it will also help prevent them form occuring too. Even though you may not be able to see dark spots forming at a young age, they form throughout your lifetime, and using this tone corrector earlier is all the better. If you use creams or serums to prevent wrinkles from occurring, why not use a product that can help prevent dark spots too?

The KORRES toner is enriched with vitamin C, linoleic, and linoleic acid, which is a healing and moisturizing ingredient that forms a protective film over the skin to encourage cell regeneration and over all texture.

If you are interested in trying out this amazing toner, KORRES  skin care products can be purchased at Shoppers Drug Mart (Canada) and online at beautyBOUTIQUE.ca.

Do you use any KORRES products? Let me know  your favourites in the comments below!

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This post was sponsored by KORRES, however; all opinions are my own unless stated otherwise.

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