Delicate Toner · Sensitive Skin

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Drenched with antioxidants and restorative phyto-essential ingredients of brown algae and vitamin D concentrated mushroom extracts, Attentive Toner helps to soften, soothe, balance and hydrate the skin.

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Help gently soften, soothe, balance and hydrate sensitive skin with this delicate toner.

French Born | Botanically Engineered

Formulated with a blend of soothing, anti-inflammatory Mediterranean extracts.

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Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Laminaria Ochroleuca (Kelp) Extract, Phragmites Communis Extract, Poria Cocos (Fu-Ling) Extract, Bisabolol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Chlorphenesin, Ethylhexylglycerin, Fragrance (Parfum), Phenoxyethanol.

Castor (Ricinus Communis) Oil

Castor oil has an unusually high concentration of ricinoleic acid, which is a valuable fatty acid that helps hydrate, protect, stabilize and heal the skin.

Fu-Ling (Poria Cocos) Extract

Derived from mushrooms and packed with vitamin D, this extract excels at soothing sensitive skin.


A powerful humectant that attracts water to the skin to help restore its suppleness, elasticity, and softness.

Kelp (Laminaria Ochroleuca) Extract

The natural antibacterial properties balance sebum levels, calm, and soothe all skin types.

Attentive Toner does not contain any toxins, parabens, artificial colors, GMOs, triclosan, talc, gluten, sulfates or phthalates. Votre Vu does not test any products on animals.

  • helps reduce inflammation and irritation
  • formulated specifically for hypersensitive skin
  • perfectly complements the rest of the Attentive skin care regimen

AM/PM After cleansing, apply to face, neck and décolleté as desired. Follow with Attentive Sérum and Crème.

May also be used as a refresher throughout the day.

Sensitive Skin

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Toxin Free Paraben Free No Artificial Colors No GMOs No Triclosan Talc Free Gluten Free Sulfate Free No Phthalates Not Tested on Animals