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cedar + amber post shave restorative toner

VENDOR: Buck Naked

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Post Shave Restorative Toner is designed to soothe and protect delicate facial skin. Witch hazel cleans and tones skin, while chamomile water and aloe add soothing and calming properties. Enriched with Amber Extract’s anti-aging and restorative qualities, our formula helps protect skin from environmental and UV damage while providing additional soothing benefits to the skin. Lightly scented with cedar + sage sessional oil.

118 mL

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Witch Hazel, Aloe Juice, Sea Silt Extract (Glacial Mineral Water), Chamomile Water, Glycerin, Aqua, butylene glycol, Juniperus Mexicana Wood Oil, Salvia Officinalis Leaf Extract, Amber Extract, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate & Lactobacillus, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract

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Why we love Buck Naked

Buck Naked is local, Ontario based company, founded in 2013 by Rina Clarke and her husband John Lindsay.  Born out of necessity to find a remedy for their infant son who had allergic reactions to chemicals commonly used in beauty products, Rina started exploring all natural options for soap.  Fastforward few years and Buck Naked products can be found on many store's shelves across North America.

Since inception, Buck Naked introduced a full line of all-natural, vegan, handcrafted skin care products. They’re committed to being chemical-free, using only pure, natural ingredients. On this, they are unwavering: if you can't (or shouldn’t) eat it, we won't use it. Buck Naked is “PETA-Approved Vegan” and “PETA Cruelty-Free” certified.

Buck Naked prides itself on being a natural, vegan, sustainable bath, body and beauty brand that is bold and uncompromising. Being Buck Naked is more than the sum of its parts, and more than just a punny reference to being natural or au naturale.

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