|Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist.|
A brand made even popular by its endorser, the Prince of Asia Lee Min Ho, Innisfree also takes pride in being one of the most environment-friendly skincare brands in Korea with the use of organic ingredients for their products and eco-friendly materials for their packaging.
|A product of Jeju Island! :)|
"Enriched with Green Tea and Green Complex from Jeju island, Green Tea Mineral Mist revives dry, stressed skin by supplying abundant moisture. Formulated with moisture from our freshly-squeezed green tea, this hypoallergenic and ethanol-free facial mist instantly replenishes moisture to your thirsty skin."
|Made with organic Jeju green tea.|
|A spritz or two to get me through the hot summer day.|
|Here's how the product looks like when sprayed on the skin.|
|And how your skin looks like afterwards.|
My only gripe about this product is the nozzle. It doesn't spray as fine as other face mists that I've tried, and the nozzle is a bit hard to control. I usually end up with a bit of white residue on my face, but nothing a good pat (or a dab with a tissue) can't fix.
What I love:
- Handy, travel-friendly packaging.
- Made with natural ingredients.
- Light and non-sticky.
- Easily absorbed by the skin.
- Makes the skin feel cool and refreshed.
- Moisturizes the skin.
- The scent.
- Hypoallergenic; safe for sensitive skin.
- Affordable price.
What you might not like:
- The nozzle is a tad difficult to control.
- Not locally available, so I purchased mine online.
The Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist comes in two sizes - 50 mL and 150 mL. I bought my 50 mL can from Kkochipida for only Php 195. I'm
thinking of buying asking the husband to buy the bigger size next time, and I reckon it won't be long before I do he does. I checked the price on Emart, and the 150 mL bottle sells for 11000 Korean won (around $10 or Php 450).