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Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner Review – Dry and sensitive skin

  In today’s post, I will be reviewing a very famous and loved product from the brand “Benton” and the product is the Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner. This toner is especially loved by Oily acne-prone skin people for its calming, hydrating & acne controlling property, but how did it work on my dry, sensitive, and acne-prone skin? I am going, to be honest, that along with excitement the nervousness was also hitting me big time. I do not use a lot of salicylic products, because too much BHA drys out my skin, but since this toner has only 0.5% of BHA I wanted to give it a try! Read along to know my experience…!



Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner comes in a sleek cylindrical bottle with a pump kind of dispenser. A very practical and simple packaging!

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner

Expiry: Use within 6 months of opening the product.

Quantity: 200 ml

Price: Rs.1450 ( $19).

In India, You can purchase it from the following websites:

  1. (The product was kindly sent by them to share my honest experience after trying it out for a month)


Global users can get it from the following two websites:

  1. Yesstyle^ (use code – NAYAK23 – to get additional discount on their website)
  2. Stylekorean^


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The link^ included is the affiliate link and you don’t have to use this link to purchase the products but if you do, I will earn a fraction of the commission from the sale made, which will eventually help in growing my blog. Thank you).



Consistency/ Texture / Absorbability:

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner has a viscous yet quite lightweight texture for that bouncy viscosity. On application to the skin, it absorbs immediately leaving skin soft without stickiness.

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner


Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner



Ingredients List and CosDNA Analysis:

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner has all good skin calming and hydrating ingredients and I love them all! Plus it’s Essential oil-free and fragrance-free.

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner

  • Has 80% Aloe leaf water to calm skin
  • Contains 0.5% salicylic acid (BHA) to clean pores, reduce blackheads and general breakouts.
  • For hydration, it contains “Sodium Hyaluronate” and “ Polyglutamic Acid”.
  • Snail mucin filtrate – to brighten skin and heal the skin.


Click here for cosdna analysis…



How to use:

Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner is a daily toner.. but.. but… but.. usage gonna vary a little for each skin type.

  • Oily skin – use it day and night, daily, just in case your skin is sensitive along with being oily, then use it only at night.
  • Combination skin – Daily at night.
  • Normal & Dry skin – Use 2-3 times as a gentle BHA treatment product. This is what I did!

Use this toner after cleansing, on a clean dry face. It can be as a pat on toner or on a cotton puff, but I prefer and suggest the former way because of viscous consistency.



Skin Type suitability:

  • Oily Skin: A must-have for all seasons.
  •  Combination skin: must try for summer & monsoon, but during winter reduce the usage to weekly 2-3 times.
  •  Normal & Dry Skin: Use as a weekly 2-3 times BHA treatment in all seasons.



  1. If I had any tiny zit or breakout, this toner calmed it.
  2. Also, added a glow to my skin.
  3. It helped in fading the minor red acne marks.
  4. It made by skin little soft a well.
  5. Fragrance-free.
  6. Essential oil- free.
  7. Alcohol-free.
  8. Cruelty Free.



  • None… it’s perfect! Just make sure to use it correctly as per your skin type. Also, I do not have blackheads, so I cannot make any remark on the reduction of blackheads!



I tried using it daily on my dry and sensitive skin, but it started drying my skin, so switched to weekly 2 times usage and it was working perfectly for me.

Overall, a fabulous product. It’s worth all the hype and a must-try for Oily and combination skin. If you have congestion and need a gentle product, definitively try out the Benton Aloe BHA Skin Toner is a daily toner.


Rating: 5/5

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Disclaimer 2/2: I am not a dermatologist or a licensed aesthetician, but I do have sufficient experience and knowledge which I gained by testing multiple products and by self-exploration, based on that, I am sharing the information here and what works for me may not work the same way your skin.