Beauty lovers are crediting Prai’s new radiance tonic as their ‘brighter’ skin secret with results after only two days

It’s suitable for sensitive skin too!

bottle of prai radiance tonic on purple background
(Image credit: PRAI)

Smooth, hydrated skin is something many of us aspire to, but getting that luminous glow is not always as simple as slathering on the latest cream or serum. 

While you may have already stocked up on the best eye creams for wrinkles and mastered the art of facial massage with the newest gua sha tools, diet and lifestyle habits also play a key role in healthy skin which means results are rarely ever instant.

That’s why it’s exciting when a product comes along that promises results in a mere few days! Prai is already pretty well known for its range of skin and neck care, as well as their latest line of products that help to combat menopausal skin concerns, so it’s no surprise to see they’ve added a tonic to their lineup and beauty lovers are already praising its properties, even on sensitive skin. 

“I can sometimes have sensitive skin but my skin feels clean, looks brighter and feels softer somehow, after only a couple of days use! My new favourite skincare” said one glowing review.

The new Ageless Triple Action Radiance Tonic is a liquid that’s designed to be swept over your face, neck and decolletage with a cotton pad as part of your skincare routine. Prai says it helps to exfoliate and brighten skin, in a simple swoosh. But shoppers are also highlighting its pore shrinking properties. While we’re dubious that a tonic can actually reduce pores—anything that helps smooth and soothe, while reducing hyperpigmentation sounds pretty enticing.

In terms of ingredients, the tonic contains papain enzymes—an extract from the papaya fruit that helps to reduce brown spots, and skincare acids lactic and salicylic to help improve skin texture and tone. Brown algae extract and aloe also feature on the ingredients list and are both packed with minerals and vitamins. “These are key ingredients that really help to hydrate and transform skin, especially great for anyone over the age of 35” says woman&home’s beauty editor Eunice Lucero-Lee.

Lydia Swinscoe
Lydia Swinscoe

Lydia is Lifestyle News Editor at woman&home

She specializes in travel, food & drink, fashion, beauty and wellness.

Her travel writing has been published in BBC Good Food, Oh magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Town&Country, Elle and MailOnline.

Before joining woman&home Lydia headed up the fashion & beauty print team at Now, and worked as Fashion & Beauty Editor at Top of the Pops magazine where she interviewed and styled some of the world's biggest pop acts, from Taylor Swift and Little Mix to Demi Lovato and One Direction.