Hey everyone! I hope you enjoy my review of the Missha Time Revolution Clear Toner!
Skin type: Sensitive, combination (dry in winter, oily in summer, can get oily from the wrong products)
Skin concerns: Moderate acne, hyperpigmentation, redness, itchiness from products
Climates I tested this in: Cold, dry, humid
Length of time tested: Over a period of several weeks
How often I used: Once a day (morning)
How much I applied: About a dime sized amount
Method I used to apply: Poured it in my hands and patted on after cleanser
- made my skin look noticeably more radiant and supple after only a week of use
- texture is superb, feels like water and soaks into nothingness
- wears great under foundation (undetectable)
- didn’t notice any strong smell
- ratio of price/quality/amount is great ($28 for 250 ml)
- this bottle will last you a LOONNGGG time
- contains both AHA and BHA but doesn’t feel harsh
- can be used as a typical toner with a cotton pad, or as a pat-on serum
- doesn’t clog my pores or cause irritation/redness
- no harmful alcohol/fragrance
- bottle is sturdy plastic and looks nice
- did not keep acne at bay; it doesn’t specifically say it helps with acne, but it should have helped some, considering it has BHA
- I didn’t notice extra moisturization; it literally seemed to disappear texture-wise
- if I pour it onto my hand and am not careful, it spills off because it’s so watery
- the bottle is the kind where you have to shake the product out
- bottle is clear, which means light can possibly penetrate and cause ingredients to lose potency over time (as stated by Paula’s Choice)
Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate is claimed to repair and nourish skin.
Propanediol is claimed to enhance the absorption of ingredients and hydrate to leave a smooth, dewy finish.
Ulmus Davidiana Root Extract is claimed to fight inflammation.
Phellodendron Amurense Bark Extract is claimed to moisturize and fight inflammation.
Sodium Hyaluronate is claimed to be a salt form of skin-replenishing ingredient hyaluronic acid; considered more effective for skin than pure hyaluronic acid due to its greater compatibility.
Citric Acid is claimed to adjust the pH of products to prevent them from being too alkaline.
Lactic Acid is claimed to exfoliate on the surface of skin by breaking down the material that holds dead skin together, allowing it to shed naturally as it once did. It’s also claimed to hydrate and brighten uneven skin.
WHERE TO BUY
I bought the Missha Time Revolution Clear Toner from Soko Glam here.
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