Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist Review
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I work in an air-conditioned environment which causes my skin to dry up within couple of hours even after applying a good moisturizer. And I canâ€™t apply heavy moisturizers as I live in Mumbai and the humidity can be intimidating. Well what to say â€œfirst world Problemsâ€ nah. Thankfully, for situations like these, we have face mists.
Face Mist has dual benefits for me. Firstly, it helps in refreshing my face outdoors, especially when the humidity is too high and secondly, it helps in hydrating my skin in the dry air-conditioned environment. It has now become a staple product in my handbag, and I am always in the lookout for more variety in the market.
And in one of such lookouts, I came across Innisfree Green tea mineral mist.
For those who are not aware, Innisfree is a Korean brand and has been in the market for the past couple of years with its stores in Delhi and Mumbai.
When I first came across this product, I thought I could make something similar at home with regular green tea, but after I tested it at the store I knew I had to buy this. Lets read how it fared over the past couple of months.
What is surprising is that this product has no mention on their website, but I did look it up on some online retail sites and this is what I got.
Price â€“ Rs.450 for 50ml & Rs.900 for 150ml
A mist that takes you down memory lane, Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist is packed with the freshness of Green Tea and hydrates your skin in no time.
â¦ With its eco-friendly Jeju green tea moisture, it hydrates your skin and keeps it moisturized.
â¦ It is mild in nature.
â¦ It is ethanol free and contains Green Tea that instantly replenishes the skin.
Lets check out what it is made up of.
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Orchid Extract, Opuntia Coccinellif.Era Fruit Extract,
Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Betaine, Dl-Panthenol, Propanediol, 1,2-Hexanediol,Bis-Peg-18 Methyl Ether Dimethyl Silane, Peg-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Disodium Edta, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance
My Experience withÂ Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:-
As far as the claim goes that it hydrates and moisturizes the skin, let me tell you itâ€™s a huge claim from a mist. The moment I spray this mist on my face I get an instant hit of freshness combined with a refreshing smell, unlike many mists that I have tried. This feels a little sticky at the start and I guess thatâ€™s when the moisturizing part of the product starts working, though the stickiness goes away in few minutes. You suddenly get a heavy feeling and a shine appears on your face. It feels as if something is there on your face and I donâ€™t mind it as I know itâ€™s the moisturizer in the mist and it works well in my air-conditioned environment. Sometimes when I feel lazy to apply moisturizer this is the product I use, this is an easy lazy girl hack.
Unlike many mists which i use outdoors I wouldnâ€™t try this on a very humid day as it feels a little too heavy on my face for my liking, but for dry seasons this product is bae. :*
My skin type is Normal to dry so its works well, also oily skin may use it directly as a light moisturizer.
Below is the picture of how well moisturized my skin looks within 5mins of applying this mist.
So summing up in Proâ€™s and conâ€™s
Proâ€™s :Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:-
- Hydrates well
- Provides moisture
- Travel-friendly packing
- Can be used as primer before makeup as it gets sticky, which holds makeup well
- Itâ€™s refreshing
- Easily available online as well as offline
- Oil skinned can use it as a moisturizer itself.
Conâ€™s -Â Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:-
- It can sometimes make my face shine
- Wouldnâ€™t use it outdoor on a very humid day
Would I repurchase it?
Like Mr.Big says “Absofuckinglutly!!â€