Beekeeper's Daughter

Natural Facial Toner


with Manuka Honey and Hazel Witch
  • Revitalises and removes any excess oils and residual makeup
  • Ideal for use on normal to oily skin
  • Handmade & 100% Natural
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This toner is ideal for all skin types (fantastic for acne prone skin), mildly astringent, it helps both tone and stimulate the skin closing the pores. It refreshes and cleanses the skin to help keep your skin healthy and revitalised and removes any excess oils and residual makeup.

Witch Hazel soothes skin and helps get rid of redness, evens skin tone, and heals blemishes.

Manuka Honey aids in soothing your skin and protecting it from the ageing and damaging effects of Free Radicals.

Cedarwood Essential Oil helps skin recover quickly and promotes clear healthy skin, and it smells great!

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects and repairs your skin.

Organic Witchhazel, Manuka Honey, Distilled Water, Vitamin E and Cedarwood essential Oil.

After washing your face with cleanser, simply spray onto a facial cotton pad, swipe it across your cheeks, face, and neck, and follow up with your nightly skincare. In the morning, you can use it to prep for moisturiser as it adds a nice level of moisture to your face so your moisturiser sinks in fully.


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Beekeeper's Daughter is a boutique natural skincare company that prides itself on using honey bee by-products to help heal and soothe the skin.

Beeswax and Manuka Honey are the signature ingredients used in Beekeeper’s Daughter skincare products. The natural honey bee by-products are sourced from the hives of our family-owned honey business based in Tairua, in the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. 

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