Would Miracle toner justify its name? Will I have a miraculous skin post 30 days? Or is it just a marketing tactic?

Aroma – Sticking to its organic roots, it has a minty smell. The nice part is that the odor is not overpowering and also lasts for a good number of hours.

Texture–The toner is a lot water-like. It is relatively more watery than other toners. But, that’s a plus of this product as it allows the liquid to penetrate deep into the skin.

Color – It is clear or transparent.

Key Ingredients


AHA or Alpha Hydroxy Acid


It helps in loosening the bond between dead cells and hence, easily removes them from the skin. It also helps in reducing acne marks and dark spots


BHA or Beta Hydroxy Acid

It reaches out to more deeply formed pores. Their prime function is to clean out the mixture of sebum and dead skin in the clogged pores.

PHA or Polyhydroxy Acid

It makes sure that your skin doesn’t become dry during exfoliation.

Tea Tree Extract

It’s like a medicine directly targeting acne.


It addresses multiple problems like dull skin, texture, enlarged pores, etc.

How do you use Some by Mi AHA-BHA-PHA 30 Days Miracle Toner? 

Step 1: No Toning on a dirty face

  • The best way to thoroughly cleanse your face is to take some cleanser and add a few drops of warm water to it. Massage on your face and around your neck to clean away the dirt.
  • Rinse it off with warm water and then give a splash of cold water.
  • Lastly, pat dry your face with a clean towel

Step 2: Yeah the Miracle Toner time

  1. Take a cotton pad and soak it a little with the Miracle toner. So dab the cotton pad on your face and neck.
  2. Leave the toner for 3-4 minutes. Give your skin the time to absorb it in.
  3. Step 3: Moisturize to Rise

Although PHA in Miracle Toner will help to lock in moisture, but, applying moisturizer will help to soak in ingredients in a better way. So in the last step, moisturize and allow your skin to rise.

What is AHA, BHA, PHA?

Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA)

Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid are the most known form of AHA. It primarily functions on the topmost layer of the skin. Thereby, it protects skin from elements that directly impact it like reducing sun damage, hyperpigmentation and giving it a smooth texture.

Also, it has anti-inflammatory properties which make it more suitable for people dealing with acne.

Prime Benefits:

  1. Keeps the moisture intact
  2. Protects against sun
  3. Helps in anti-ageing

Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA)

While AHA handles the topmost layer of the skin, it is the BHA that penetrates deeper levels. One of its most knows form is Salicylic Acid. It can dissolve sebum which helps in tightening the pores. 

Further, it has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which reduce the redness of the face and acts as a catalyst to calm it down.

Prime Benefits

  1. Dissolves the oil in the deeper level of skin
  2. Calms down the redness on the skin
  3. Revives pores to a healthy condition

Polyhydroxy Acids (PHA)

AHA and PHA differ in terms of their molecule structure. PHA has a larger molecule structure making it less irritating for the skin. Hence, it works best for extra sensitive skin.

Prime Benefits

  1. Maintains moisture level
  2. Works best for sensitive skin
  3. Speeds up cell renewal