Acid toner help - use up my REN and Bavura or splash out on Alpha, but confused about that too!

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Ruralninja Mon 18-May-15 07:14:32

I need acid toner help! Firstly, when I look at Alpha Liquid Gold shizzle to buy on Amazon, all I can see is serum - is that what I want? Secondly, do I actually want it, or should I use up my REN AHA resurfacing thing (don't know the % acid) and hit the 30% glycolic Bravura stuff I have gathering dust? I'm 39, reasonable to dry skin and up the duff.
Acid gurus, can you help me? Thank you if you can!
Also, don't suppose any of you know whether Active Formulations collagen serum is good do you?
So many questions.....

Ruralninja Mon 18-May-15 07:18:49

It's Active Formulas....

Ruralninja Mon 18-May-15 11:59:48

I KNOW there are acid toning high priestesses out there..... bumpety bump!

TweenageAngst Mon 18-May-15 12:08:57

Liquid gold is a treatment you use a couple of times a week not an acid toner.
I use clarins exfoliating toner or pixi glowthen follow with murad hydrating toner.
I have not used the Bravura or Ren but both sound like treatments rather than twice a day toners. Go onto the Caroline Hirons thread. Kundry is a guru

Ruralninja Mon 18-May-15 14:09:28

THanks Tweenage - I will have a look at CH - heard good things about her

DrankSangriaInThePark Mon 18-May-15 14:24:10

I don't rate Liquid Gold at all. Check out the Amazing Faces quiche threads (where you will find Kundry and Nabootique, the MN high priestesses of skin grin )

I am using Olay 7 in 1 acid toner,.picked it up cheap as chips. Others recommend Pixi, Nip and Fab, and good old Clearasil acid toners.

DrankSangriaInThePark Mon 18-May-15 14:25:31

The 30% GA will work like LG but better IMO. Check if it's ok when pg though!

Findingpeace Mon 18-May-15 19:40:47

I don't really rate liquid gold either. I use it 3 or 4 times a week for the past month and haven't noticed any difference. I won't be repurchasing it. After I've finished it I'll be purchasing Bravura or SR skincare.

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