Consonant Skincare comes to the PATH

Consonant Skincare comes to the PATH

(Image: Holly Blair) (Image: Holly Blair)
 

Consonant Skincare, the all-natural skincare destination that’s beloved by beauty editors and loyal uptown customers, has just opened a second Toronto location. The new store, in the PATH at Bay and Adelaide, is aimed at health-conscious Torontonians who like their face wash how they like their kale (organic). The brand sells luxurious products like clay exfoliating bars, firming eye cream and an “antioxidant superhero serum”—all of which are Canadian-produced and totally free of things like parabens, sulphates and petroleum. Though the new shop won’t provide any cold-laser facials (the Yonge and Eglinton flagship offers up services from The Freeze Clinic), it will give express consultations to stressed-out suits in need of some epidermal TLC. This week, anyone who visits the store can register for a chance to win free skincare for a year, which—when you consider that a small bottle of the label’s facial serum sells for $63—would be pretty sweet.

120 Adelaide St., Unit R12, consonantskincare.com