Innisfree Green Tea Mist 50 Ml

Innisfree Green Tea Mist 50 Ml

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Emma T.
Toronto
27 reviews
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This is my new favourite facial mist! It is so refreshing, light and hydrating. It does not leave any sticky residue, and I use it on top of skin oil tint/foundation as well.
This is my new favourite facial mist! It is so refreshing, light and hydrating. It does not leave any sticky residue, and I use it on top of skin oil tint/foundation as well.
Mia M.
14 reviews
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π—§π—Ÿ;𝗗π—₯ Hydrating and simple, great to cool the skin down or prep before routine. Has fragrance but is quite pleasant ☺️ It's made my skin feel really hydrated and some days, I can apply this and follow it up with a hydating serum and my skin feels moisturised enough πŸ™‚ The ingredients in this include their Green Tea that contains 16 kinds of amino acids and is great for hydration and moisturizing benefits! This spray nozzle makes a really fine mist but I do find that I have to hold it down, rather than do short bursts. Otherwise it drips down the bottle abit. I still prefer the Heritage Store Rosewater spray over this just because I love the scent of roses! I would say that mists are definetly NOT a must have, but if you're feeling a little fancy and love the feeling of a spray cooling your face down, I would say that finding an affordable one is worth it πŸ™‚ If not, water in a spray bottle works just as well and provides the same functions!
π—§π—Ÿ;𝗗π—₯ Hydrating and simple, great to cool the skin down or prep before routine. Has fragrance but is quite pleasant ☺️ It's made my skin feel really hydrated and some days, I can apply this and follow it up with a hydating serum and my skin feels moisturised enough πŸ™‚ The ingredients in this include their Green Tea that contains 16 kinds of amino acids and is great for hydration and moisturizing benefits! This spray nozzle makes a really fine mist but I do find that I have to hold it down, rather than do short bursts. Otherwise it drips down the bottle abit. I still prefer the Heritage Store Rosewater spray over this just because I love the scent of roses! I would say that mists are definetly NOT a must have, but if you're feeling a little fancy and love the feeling of a spray cooling your face down, I would say that finding an affordable one is worth it πŸ™‚ If not, water in a spray bottle works just as well and provides the same functions!
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