Review (Sukin): Hydrating Mist Toner

Sukin Organics

 


 

I remember a while ago i was introduced to the brand Sukin. Ever since,  items from this brand have been (are) a staple in my skincare routine. One of those items being Sukin’s Hydrating Mist Toner! I only bought this on a whim, because i was looking for a cheap efficient toner, with minimal and beneficial skincare ingredients.

The item:

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This is supposedly a toner (125ml) that one uses for normal/dry skin. According to the Sukin:

    This alcohol-free, skin hydrating mist combines chamomile and rosewater to help soothe, tone and cool tired skin. Use after cleansing or whenever your skin feels tired or stressed. Perfect for hot days or days spent in an air-conditioned environment.
    Sulphate and Paraben Free.

 

Additionally:

  • No Synthetic fragrances
  • No Animal Derivatives
  • No Propylene Glycol
  • No Artificial colours
  • No Triethanolamine
  • No Mineral oils
  • No EDTA
  • No Parabens

The Ingredients:

Water (Aqua), Rosa Damascena Flower Water (Rose), Glycerin, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract (Chamomile), Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol.

The formulation of this toner looks great! It’s not a knock out/ amazing, but for the price and the effects, it honestly is amazing. The first ingredient being water, is the only thing that really gets to me. However for the price and the quantity, this entire thing could be water and i wouldn’t care. I have really sensitive skin, so i 100% know this product will not irritate/ break me out #WaterLife.

Other then that the rest of the ingredients help sooth the skin: Moisturiser/Ph adjuster.

The Experience:

This product is more efficient when it is being used as a handy face spray mist, rather than a toner in your skincare routine. Even though that is a possibility, there are so many toners out there with more active ingredients. This product really does hydrate your face, and keeps it hydrated! If your skin is flaring up and you need to calm it down, this is an excellent and cheap face mist. Additionally since living in Australia, having this handy tool on me 24/7 is a must!!

The packaging on this is 100% on point.  Not only is it small and compact, but the spray applicator is literally amazing. If i had to describe… it feels like a gentle gush of wind with tiny rain droplets brushing across your face. The spray is soft and gentle, and can get a wide portion of your face.

Honestly, spray away. Amazing product for the price.

Pros:

  • Good value for $$$
  • Efficient
  • Compact
  • Moisturising
  • Good ingredients for the price
  • Good spray dispenser
  • Last 1.5 months ( spraying intensely throughout the day)

Cons:

  • First ingredient being water (I guess this is a positive if you have sensitive skin like i do)
  • No active ingredients

 

Price: $10 (However Sukin normally has sales at my local drug store, so i can easily get this for $6.99 or sometimes $5, with an intense skincare sale)

Jus



Disclaimer:

All products are purchased with my money. I am not sponsored to review any products, nor do i have affiliate links. I am however a proud affiliate with WishTrend, and I truly adore how they promote good skin health. All opinions are 100% honest, and written from my personal experience.

Irritants are flagged from skin care database: CosDNA

Cosmetic ingredients information was accessed from public domains (unless referenced in-text). More detailed information can be found on:TruthInAgingPaula’s Choice

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5 thoughts on “Review (Sukin): Hydrating Mist Toner

  1. That is great! I remember using a face cleanser by this brand, a milk dispensed through a pump and it never game me a single allergy, nor pimples. I did some research and found that the ingredients were quite honest to the skin. I am glad the toner works for you!
    Thanks for visiting my blog. Cheers

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