Both the toner and the micellar water, are part of the steps of the daily facial routine.
To have a perfect skin, you have to follow the facial routine every day. A facial routine means to clean and hydrate the face skin. The facial routine is obligatory no matter the skin type and no matter the age.
But what is the difference between a toner and a micellar water, as both serve to clean the face with?
The micellar water is a product which does it all: it removes the makeup on the face (including the eyes) and it cleans the face. The micellar water replaces all kinds of makeup removers (oils, lotions and toners) and also the makeup removers for the eyes.
The toner is used to clean the face, after the makeup has been removed. But, after the toner, the next step is to hydrate the skin with a cream. The toner shouldn’t be rinsed, unlike the micellar water, which should be rinsed immediately after usage, in order to avoid skin irritations, because the micellar water can irritate the skin.
The structure of the toner and the micellar water is different. The micellar water is oily, so after its usage the skin is also oily. It is because of its oily structure that it can remove the makeup. The toner is not oily at all. There are different types of toners adapted for each skin type and for each taste. The micellar water is consisted of micellar molecules, because of which it can be used for every skin type. There are also toners which can be used for every skin type too.
Regarding the usage, both, the micellar water and the toner. can be used twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. There are no harmful effects if they are used twice a day.
So, which one is more efficient? Because both, the micellar water and the toner, serve to clean the face with, we ask ourselves, which one is more efficient? The only thing that both have in common is that both clean the face, but still, the toner is the one which is more efficient. Why? Because the toner cleanses the skin profoundly by eliminating the impurities and the micellar water is excellent for makeup removing, but it is not very efficient in cleansing the face profoundly.