Search Sephora

Looking for Answers about this Product?

Bath & Body(Q:2322 A:7237)
Fragrance(Q:3136 A:9077)
Hair(Q:4811 A:14369)
Makeup(Q:64102 A:171640)
Men(Q:479 A:980)
Skin Care(Q:24747 A:75268)
Beauty Supplements(Q:310 A:514)
Cleansers(Q:4099 A:15939)
Blotting Papers(Q:59 A:299)
Exfoliators(Q:658 A:2387)
Face Wash & Cleansers(Q:2768 A:11225)
Face Wipes(Q:57 A:237)
Makeup Removers(Q:23 A:40)
Toners(Q:534 A:1751)
Eye Care(Q:1811 A:5621)
High Tech Tools(Q:624 A:1156)
Lip Treatments(Q:307 A:1581)
Masks(Q:2128 A:6534)
Moisturizers(Q:6142 A:19043)
Self Tanners(Q:584 A:2008)
Sun Care(Q:920 A:2530)
Treatments(Q:6653 A:17682)
Value & Gift Sets(Q:1169 A:2660)
Tools & Brushes(Q:3593 A:8880)
Shop now at Sephora
Choose a Category
Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
Can this be used before good genes?
Recent Question:
Does anyone know what % of it is tea tree oil?
Recent Question:
Does this brand test on animals?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Is this good for combination skin?
How well does it set your makeup?
how long does this last

Lancôme TONIQUE DOUCEUR - Alcohol-Free Freshener

What it is:An alcohol-free, pH balanced freshener that gently tones, refines, and softens skin.What it is formulated to do:Soothing and cooling, this pH balanced freshener gently tones and refines skin without depleting the natural oils of normal/combination skin. Formulated with skin-softening distilled flower water, this refreshing formula gives skin a cool, hydrating lift-leaving skin perfectly clean, soft, and supple.What else you need to know:This product is dermatologist tested.
Questions & Answers:
2 Questions
15 Answers
Overall Rating:
4.402 out of 5
out of
Product Details

Questions & Answers for Lancôme TONIQUE DOUCEUR - Alcohol-Free Freshener

Does this dry your face out?
I am looking for something that i can put on at night after washing my face because I do not want to put on SPF-containing moisturizer. Should I buy Tonique Confort, or this?
Thank you!
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
on TONIQUE DOUCEUR - Alcohol-Free Freshener
10 answers
answer 1
My skin tends to be very dry, so I was very hesitant on using on any toner before bed for fear of having it dry out my skin. But with this toner, you don't have to worry about that and it's very refreshing. I have not tried Tonique Confort.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
answer 2
yes! it will not dry your skin, just will help it to stay fresh and clean.
for a night i love using sleeping facials or overcharged night serums.when you sleep, your body has nothing to do but to work on your skin condition and get rid of toxins. leave your SPF moisturizers for a daytime.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
(new york, ny)
answer 3
This tonic refreshes the face, and no surf, but if you need to use a cream to moisturize after you use it, because the tonic cleans the face but it is always important to nurture to prevent wrinkles.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
(New Jersey)
answer 4
I haven't found this toner to be drying at all. I use it both in the morning and at night. When I use it at night, I only apply a wrinkle cream to certain areas of my face and I don't have any issues with dryness.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
(Scottsdale, AZ)
answer 5
This toner does not contain an SPF. It does not replace your serums and creams. It is meant to be used morning and night after your cleanser and before any serums or creams.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
(Tallahassee, FL)
answer 6
I've normal to dry skin and use tonique doceur. My aunt has some wrinkles and highly dry skin after washing (one can tell at first sight) when not using the , and she uses tonique comfort.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
(Palo Alto, CA)
answer 7
You still need a moisturizer. Use this after your cleansing treatment before moisturing.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
answer 8
This is a toner, so it clarifies the skin. It doesn't moisturize. There are a number of no-SPF night creams. I use Olay's Regenerist.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
(Santa Monica, CA)
answer 9
the fact that it is alcohol free helps with not drying your face out. in fact, it helps it stay moisturized throughout the night.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
(san diego, ca)
answer 10
This will not dry your skin. I find that it has just the opposite effect. I makes refreshes my skin, makes it radiant and softens my faces. What type of skin do you have? Tonique Douceur is for normal/combination; Tonique Radiance for Oily and finally Tonique Comfort for drier skin types. You should choose which one to get according to your skin type.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
(Washington, DC)
Which is better to clear up skin, this or the clarifying toner?
asked 6 years, 6 months ago
(Philadelphia, PA)
on TONIQUE DOUCEUR - Alcohol-Free Freshener
5 answers
answer 1
My skin was problematic over the Fall and into the winter, I tried lots of products but believe that using this toner was one of the most important changes I made. I highly suggest using it! such a great product I think the only thing wrong is that I didn't start using it and learn!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
(West Caldwell, NJ)
answer 2
This toner is good for normal to dry skin. If you have an oilier skin you might like the clariying toner better.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
(Tallahassee, FL)
answer 3
Use a nice gently cleanser and then use this as calming treatment afterward. You don't have to have stinging toner to get results. Your skin will thank you for it.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
answer 4
I used to sell Lancome (many, many years ago) and I do remember that the clarifying line would be more suited to your skin if you are oily. This one certainly won't hurt your skin, it will soothe it, but the other one would benefit you more.

Hope that helps.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
(Surrey, BC)
answer 5
I would say this toner versus any of the other ones that have alcohol in them. This is a very gentle toner compared to the others, and quite a few people find that anything with alcohol in it can dry out the skin enough that the oil glands within our pores overcompensate the dryness by producing more oil, thus leading to more clogged pores.
answered 6 years, 5 months ago
(Edmonton, Canada)
1 of 1