During Diana Stalder’s event about Ideal Protein Launch (Read more HERE) earlier this year, we were given a loot bag with a couple of their skincare products and gift certificate to tryout their service. Most of the products included in the kit was for oily skin so for the longest time, those product was in my “to giveaway” box. But as fate would have it, I run out of toners and I saw it, I thought I could probably give it a try since my skin is becoming slightly oilier than usual because of the weather. So try it, I did.. and I’m glad I did. πŸ™‚
Diana Stalder Clean & Tone Lotion is a typical pink toner, a lot like Ponds White Beauty Toner, in a clear plastic bottle. Being a “derma” product, it is expected to have a strong chemical scent distinct to clinical products. The bottle contains 60mL of products.. in my case, that’s just about 3 weeks-worth of toner.
Basically, this toner is that it removes makeup residue and excess oil that would eventually clog the pores and become pimples. This is actually very critical especially during summertime when our skin tends to produce more oil than usual because of the weather. One usual mistake of girls is that they over-clean their faces to combat the oiliness. Believe it or not, this is actually proven to cause even more problems. When you wash your face too often, you strip out its natural moisture and oil balance. As a remedy, your skin would only do 1 of 2 things; either produce even more oil OR the skin would be all dried up – both are not the outcome anyone would like, I assume.
So what I particularly like about Diana Stalder Clean & Tone Lotion is that is it able to remove the excess oil without drying up the skin. It helps keep my face oil- and shine-free even under this intolerable heat. It also aids in drying out pimple, all thanks to its salicylic acid content.

I’m currently loving this and I think I’ll be repurchasing few more bottles using the GC from the event. Diana Stalder Clean & Tone Lotion has proven to be very useful this past few weeks.. no new pimple in sight. Yey! Although I think I’ll be going back to my previous toner once my skin returns to it’s normal dry state.
Overall, I would recommend this Diana Stalder Clean & Tone Lotion to those with combination to oily skin. Simply because, as I said earlier, it help in removing excess oil. However, I think the salicylic acid in this isn’t strong or concentrated enough for those with acne-prone skin. On the other hand, it is too drying for those with normal to dry skin type. So yeah, if you have combination to oily skin, try this! πŸ™‚
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Available at: Diana Stalder Clinics
Have you tried Diana Stalder products before? How about their facial services?
I plan to get a facial there sometime soon, any recommendations? πŸ™‚
Let me know and I’ll see you on my next post!