October 26, 2011

Tony Moly Pocket Bunny Moist Mist Review

I’ve said it before…

I simply don’t need another bottle of facial mist. I’m terribly addicted to them. Spritz here, mist there.

I remind myself of Peter O’Toole as Zaltar in Supergirl, “Spritz?” You either totally remember these geeky things or you don’t, it’s a gift.

But I do have an excuse this time. Just look at the Tony Moly Pocket Bunny Moist Mist and tell me how you could resist?

Jump!

This tiny bundle of joy is shaped like a little bunny…I’ve always loved My Melody and this reminds me of her for some reason.

The tiny pink bottle sports a little bunny wabbit topper.

But actually, believe it or not, it does house a rather fine facial mist as well. The moist mist was created for dry skin (this comes in two variations one of which is for oliy skin) and contains a mist infused with watermelon, apples, cherries, and other fruits.

The mist doesn’t have a fruity scent but more of a fresh one. It’s thicker than water and feels like a thin lotion or essence. It does indeed give skin a moisturizing, hydrated finish.

You can use as a quickie way to rehydrate your face, set your makeup, prep for moisturizer, or just as a lightweight moisturizer.

Cute packaging aside, the actual mist is very good.

But let’s be honest, it’s the packaging that we really want.

The best part about it? Although small (1 oz) you can refill it with your favorite mist of choice since the spritzer unscrews easily!

I got mine as a gift from a friend who lives in Korea but I’m seeing them all over E-bay for $12-$13. I promptly asked her to get me a few more because dude, seriously these will make unique stocking stuffers.

Loves it!

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment.

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  • Jackers

    Oh my Lord, I know exactly what you mean. I must’ve watched that movie 200 times as a kid.

  • Julia

    I had to hop onto ebay after you first posted about this. Although my skin is now normal rather than dry combination (woop woop!) I think I’ll have to pick so up because its so darn cute!

  • Anthea Villanueva

    Tony Moly’s packaging just kills me with the cuteness! When I walk by one of their stores, I always need stop to look around. But I can’t use their products–so far three products made me break out! =( They make such nice gifts though.

    • the Muse

      aw shucks that stinks anthea 🙁 but hey betcha got a load of other great brands to go for ;-D!

  • Eve

    It’s freakin adorable, a rabbit (which I LOVE and collect), and it comes with a version for oily skin? Today the heavens have shined down on me!

  • Valeria

    Omg. I want it!! Do you know of any other places or sites that may sell it besides ebay??? thanks!

    • the Muse

      thanks mtx I didn’t even see sasa selling ’em ;-D <3 SASA great place to shop!

  • mtx

    and I really love sasa.com because I live in the U.S and its always a great way to get some Asian makeup/skincare products <3

  • sha

    hi.. i am a fan of tony moly and i recently got the pocket bunny SLEEK mist – that is for oily skin.. can i use it even if im wearing my make up? im afraid it will ruin it..

  • Smirking Valet

    Hurray! Mine came in the mail today! I’m in love, Muse, and it’s all your fault! I have some Holika Holika goodies coming too!

  • sugardropped

    Do you know how much your friend payed for it in Korea? I’m tempted to buy online but I do have friends in Korea. I don’t want to bother them with it unless it’s a big difference though.