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toner in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtonerton‧er /ˈtəʊnə $ ˈtoʊnər/ noun [uncountable]  1 TCTDa type of ink that is used in machines that print or copy documents2 DCBa liquid that you put on your face to make your skin feel soft and smooth
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tonerBoth are more refreshing than a toner - and more effective methods of removing the last traces of make-up and oil.If you have thread veins avoid facial steaming and don't use any toner containing alcohol.The range includes a cleanser, toner and moisturiser, which have been specially formulated for irritable complexions.The 4300 features separate units, which makes toner cartridge replacement cheaper when it happens.Then cleanse your face again and splash with cool water or just a refreshing toner on cotton wool.Cleansers, moisturisers and a soothing toner all specially formulated to be as pure as possible.The toner replaces ink and can be dry or liquid.Cleanse your face as usual and take off any residue with toner.