Everyone has those days where your skin feels dry and dull, you feel rushed and too tired to fully invest in a skincare routine or maybe all of the above (especially if you’re me)
Luckily, Korean skincare has just the thing to rectify this issue: facial mists/sprays.
Today, we’re taking a look at a Korean mist that’s especially formulated for sensitive skin types. Read on for our Soroci Morning Drizzle Bucket Mist review!
While creams, emulsions, masks, and most toners are usually organized into a step by step routine, sprays are meant to be fast and versatile. You can incorporate them into your actual skincare routine, apply them throughout the day to feel refreshed, or do both. But not all facial mists are the same and likewise, so aren’t skin types.
Soroci Morning Drizzle Bucket Mist is a hydrating toner mist from Korea’s Soroci – it’s cruelty free and a versatile product that can be used as a daily toner or a refreshing mist. Formulated to hydrate, nourish and protect skin, it has an optimum pH level of 5.5.
It’s capable of protecting the skin from the damaging effects of UV exposure, as well as heat.
For all skin types
Gently hydrates the skin
Can be used as a toner or as a quick, portable refresher.
Key ingredients: Witch Hazel, Betaine, Apricot, Sodium Hyaluronate, Licorice extract, Edelweiss. Contains no artificial fragrance Full list:
“Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Leontopodium Alpinum Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Betaine, Biosaccharide Gum-1, Butylene Glycol, Collagen, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Propolis Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Fruit Extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Fruit Extract, Ulmus Davidiana Root Extract, Algae Extract, Poncirus Trifoliata Fruit Extract, Coix Lacryma-Jobi Ma-yuen Seed Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Linolenic Acid, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil”
You can use it after washing your face to start your moisturizing routine or use it throughout the day.
Personally, I did both. I use it as the first step in my morning and night moisturizing routine. I also used it throughout the day during work, especially when I was feeling dry, drowsy, or slow.
It absorbs quickly.
Carrying it around during dry winter days is a must.
My skin soaks it up like a sundried sponge dying of thirst.
On bare face: Right after washing and drying my face, I sprayed it to start my post-wash skincare routine. It helped immensely in preventing my face from feeling tight and dry.
When I use it on-the-go during the days I have no makeup, it helps to refresh both my skin and my mind.
Makeup: To my pleasant surprise, it doesn’t really affect my makeup (mascara, eyeliner, foundation, bronzer, highlighter). If anything, it served to prevent my makeup from looking dry and cakey.
Final Verdict: Overall, the spray isn’t meant to completely substitute other moisturizers. It’s light, thus may cater better to oily skin. It does the job of giving my skin a boost of hydration, and afterwards, a nice light glow without any adverse effects (I have sensitive skin).The only downside I find is that the mist spray is not fine and a bit directional, so you do need to aim carefully. For a while, I’ve always used Innisfree’s standard facial mist (which didn’t fit well to my skin type) but after having the opportunity to try out this product for about two weeks, I think I might make a transition.
A gentle and balanced toner packaged into a spritz spray.
Refreshes your skin as a light moisturizer.
You can use it to start your skincare routine after facewash or just throughout the day. Aim it well, close your eyes, and spray it on your face.
Your skin will feel lightly moisturized, refreshed, and have a light glow.
Compared to Innisfree’s facial mist, it’s a bit more expensive but worth the investment. It’s travel friendly, absorbs quickly, isn’t heavy, and makes my skin feel refreshed.
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