Bringing you a little more Korean brand loving today with The Skin Food Fresh Juice Toning Mist. Loves it!
The Muse is kinda obsessive when it comes to face mists. I don’t think I can rightfully live without them in my life. They make moisturizer application so much easier especially when my skin is uber dry and not willingly participating in aiding my skin to actually absorb product and instead letting it sit above my skin, yeah, no likey that.
The Skin Food Fresh Juice Toning Mist is the latest mist to hit my stash and I’m enjoying it so far. Problem, it’s too damn small. The mist will last you about two weeks tops with daily use, it’s quite tiny in size. Hells the way I mist myself I should just get a spray bottle with water and use that, cheaper.
The Skin Food Fresh Juice Toning Mist contains vitamin C mixed fruit extracts and elasticity enhancing vitamin E mixed-veggie extras to give skin a boost of vitality and firmness….ok, they MAY have gone a little crazy with the description. I’m not sure I need to boost my elasticity as of yet but so far it’s simply a really nice mister that smells clean and very, very subtly of fruit but in regards to vitality and elasticity, I seriously haven’t seen improvements in those areas.
The good news?
It’s a rather great pick me up mist. It sets makeup (I don’t set makeup with mist but you can easily use this to do so), it aids moisturizer absorption, or it’s just great to use before bed as it leaves my skin feeling dewy come morning.
If you’re a fan of facial mists you’ll probably love this one. Don’t quote me but I think it retails for $9 bucks in Korea which is where I got it however I’ve seen it on E-bay for around $14.99 or so. The size kinda makes me meh on the price but it’s worthy of a haul and even a Muse Approval as the sprayer distributes a very fine mist plus it smells nice and makes my skin look choice. Overall, one of my nicer facial mists for sures.
Also, I haven’t really explored yet as I’ve been busy but I THINK Skinfood Singapore ships worldwide maybe. Granted, the prices are so obscene as Singapore gets items imported which raises the cost but if you’re desperate they may ship to the US, but don’t take that for a fact, I haven’t explored as of yet but will let you know as soon as I do.
Visit www.skinfood.sg for further details!
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