March 22, 2018

Tony Moly Peach Cleansing Water Review

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Tony Moly Peach Cleansing Water ($16.50) recently launched at Ulta and I was so terribly excited since I adore peach makeup, skincare, beauty, and fragrance anything. Give me all the peach things.

I was instantly transported to 2011 and remember how much I adored JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist (remember that creepy peach baby head?!) and how I regretted not hoarding bottles of this stuff. Why oh why is it gone!?

But that’s neither here nor there as today it’s all about Tony Moly Peach Cleansing Water.

I already use Tony Moly Peach Foam Cleanser so, the cleansing water is a welcome addition to my double-cleansing method when I’m in the mood to use micellar water.

According to Tony Moly this is a great product for anyone prone to breakouts or irritation. I probably wouldn’t go that far as it does contain fragrance. Although, fragrance is the last ingredient in the list and most of what you’re smelling is likely coming from the peach fruit extract in the formula.

Tony Moly Peach Cleansing Water arrives in a 10.14 oz bottle which will set you back $16.50. This isn’t exactly cheap considering how inexpensive Garnier’s micellar water is larger and cheaper. None the less, I really liked this formula and I would buy it again. I found it very gentle and it didn’t burn my eyes when using it. It also did a great job getting off all of my makeup and about 95% of my waterproof mascara even though it isn’t a bi-phase formula. It didn’t leave a sticky or tacky residue behind and my face felt very clean after using it. Of course, I’m one of those people that doens’t feel fully clean when using a micellar water so, I tend to use this as the second step of my cleanse to get anything off my face my regular cleanser might have or I use it on nights I’m too lazy to do my entire cleansing routine.

All in all, a very nice cleansing water experience is to be had here. It does have a fuzzy peach scent that I found delightful and did linger a little bit which was fine by me but sensitive users might not appreciate it.

Tony Moly Peach Cleansing Water gets a Muse Approval from me and is available at

Water, PEG-6 Caprylic/Apric Glycerides, Diproylene Glycol, Betaine, Prunus Persica(peach) Fruit Extract(10,000ppm), Butylene glycol, Glycerin, 1,2-Hexanediol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Allantion, disodium EDTA, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Pafum.