Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Yonka-Paris LOTION PNG—Spray toner for normal to oily skin

LOTION PNG is the Yonka toner for normal to oily skin types. This aromatic mist will immediately soothe your soul. With essential oils of thyme, lavender, geranium, cypress, and rosemary your mind will be entranced and your skin will be pH balanced. Used after cleansing, these wonderful aromatic toners can be used throughout the day—whenever you want to have the Yonka Quintessence experience!

This white spray toner has a higher concentration of essential oils than does Lotion PS (for normal to true-dry skin). This makes Lotion PNG better for helping with excess oil production as well as blackheads and breakout. (PNG translates to pour normale à grasse in French; for normal to oil in English.)

This toner is acidic on the pH scale, helping to rebalance your skin after cleansing. Bacteria can’t thrive in an acid environment; your skin is naturally acidic on the pH scale. Using LOTION helps to keep bacteria away while maintaining balance for the oil glands.

Essential ingredients:
  • Yonka’s “Quintessence” (essential oils of thyme, lavender, cypress, geranium, and rosemary)
    • Thyme (Spain)—antiseptic 
    • Lavender (Provence)—healing, soothing, stimulates cell metabolism
    • Cypress (France)—clarifying
    • Geranium (Egypt)—balances oil production
    • Rosemary (Morocco)—detoxifying

Directions for use:
After cleansing:
  • Spray LOTION over face and neck
  • Use your favorite Yonka moisturizer
  • Then apply eye cream

Other than using twice daily (after cleansing), this wonderful aromatic toner can be used as often as desired. LOTION makes an excellent aftershave for men; it is very soothing.
Both Yonka spray toners (Lotion PS and Lotion PNG) are truly wonderful. If you are not currently using one, I highly recommend incorporating one of these aromatic spritz toners into your daily Basics routine.

Not sure what toner to use? Please read: 

For important information on pH and how to test your toner or any skin care product, see: