Hey guys. So you can guess by the title it’s time for another review. How about I don’t act like an overgrown toddler and I make the introduction short? And I actually jump straight into review? Are you looking outside the window to see if pigs are flying?
Let’s get started!
Targeted skin type: It doesn’t say anywhere on the bottle what skin type it’s for. It’s a spray toner those bad boys are usually pretty generic when it comes to a skin type. If you want a bit of hydration and to feel refreshed, you’re set with this. And I just noticed that on the bottle in teeny writing it says ‘suitable for all skin types’. So there you go, I was right.
Facts about this skincare product: It is alcohol and paraben free. It also contains no sulphates, animal derivatives, artificial colors, synthetic fragrances, harsh detergents and mineral oils. Sukin’s is a natural brand so there really isn’t any surprise there. It does include chamomile and rosewater.
What is its purpose: It’s just your basic spray toner. It refreshes the skin, hydrates and it’s perfect on those days where you feel flustered and just want a spritz to the face. I don’t know if you could also use it upon a full face of makeup because it is one of those toner’s you use for some hydration and refreshment.
Packaging: It’s a basic spray bottle toner. Nothing odd about it.
How much product do you get?: You get 125 ml of product.
Does it achieve this? It’s a nice easy to use toner. It’s refreshing and hydrating.
Did it irritate my skin? Not it doesn’t. I don’t have overly sensitive skin, if you do read the ingredients list. This is a natural brand so I find that it’s good to prevent possible irritation.
How many times a week do you use it? I use it every morning and throughout the day if I feel flustered (if I am not wearing makeup). It’s also good to throw in your gym bag.
Morning or night?: whenever really. I like using it during the day and another toner with a cotton round at night.
Pros: it’s hydrating, refreshing and affordable. You don’t need to go out and buy cotton rounds with this.
Cons: I find that with toner’s that you apply with a cotton round, the extra gunk is removed from you skin and spray toners don’t do this.
Price: $9.99 AUD
Overall thoughts: It’s a nice toner. Quick and easy to use which is what you want for a morning skincare routine. It’s hydrating and refreshing and is at a decent price range. I got no complaints here.
Would I repurchase it?: I bounce around when it comes to toners but this is one I see myself repurchasing just not right away.
And that wraps up this post. Have you guys tried this? What are your thoughts? Do you guys like spray toners or are you into traditional toners with a cotton round application? Drop a comment below and tell me. I hope you all have an awesome day, I love you guys and I’ll see you in the next post.