Pyunkang Yul Mist Toner

I forgot to mention that I’ll be reviewing in order of my application. In case you missed it, I first reviewed the Pyunkang Yul Essence Toner.


Description


I only do a four-step routine in the morning–cleansing/washing, toner, moisturizer, and sunscreen–so most if not all of them has to be hydrating and moisturizing for my often dehydrated skin.



The Pyunkang Yul Mist Toner was supposedly for my misting anytime of the day and whenever my face feels dehydrated. But this ended up as my morning toner. I then have a different mist in my everyday bag. 😆


Ingredients


I was surprised at first seeing how few the ingredients are.


Coptis Japonica Root Extract, 1,2-Hexanediol, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate



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Review


✓ Lightweight and not tacky. This is also good for 7-skin.

✓ Very, very hydrating 😀

✓ Portable even for a 200ml and it also comes in a plastic bottle

✗ The nozzle spritzes out toner too strong to be called a “mist” that I can’t use it to refresh with my makeup on

✓ Did I say it’s hydrating? 😆

✓ Non-irritating

✓ Cooling and refreshing. I love how my face feels after I spritz this on every morning.


In spite that it is hydrating and cooling, I don’t think I will repurchase this. I want to be able to use whenever needed without destroying my makeup since I do wear makeup nearly everyday. I also want it to do more than just hydration and I’m sure there will be one or several out there that can do that.





Anyway, this works for all skin types including those with sensitive skin, but those with dry skin might particularly enjoy it more. I also mentioned that this is good for 7-skin because it’s lightweight and not tacky. The spray bottle is very convenient for layering!


Availability


The Pyunkang Yul Mist Toner comes in 100ml and 200ml. I got mine from StyleKorean at USD18. I recommend buying there because of discount promos, but it is also available in BeautyMNL and K-Beauty Cafe at about Php900. Seems expensive, but you get 200ml with that price. 🙂


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