This is pretty amazing, so it would have been a major shame if the line was discontinued.
what is it:
A toner, which took me forever to figure out and which I had to research before I was completely certain that’s what it was. This line is an anti-aging line derived from ocean plants found near and in Jeju, a big island off the Korean mainland.
In brief: the Good and the Ugly
Strictly talking about the sample, it has a couple days’ worth of applications. Twice daily applications. You don’t need a lot of product for the face and neck – about five or six drops.
Based on that, the full-sized bottle will go a long way. (As a full-sized product, this is pretty decently priced at 23,000W, which is roughly $23CDN.) I found the toner to be runny, but a little thicker like a serum.
Definitely a toner, though. I found it to be non-irritating, moisturizing and didn’t leave a weird finish on my skin. Its scent is awesome, but a bit strong at first. It’s fresh and perfect for summer since it smells like a beach day. It has a subtle sea smell.
A personal preference, I really like that this product is EcoCert certified. This “skin” is an “organic cosmetic” and has at least 95 per cent of its plant-based ingredients that come from organic farming. Doubly awesome for my skin!
The scent is a little strong for my tastes, but it isn’t unpleasant. It leaves a subtle scent, but it takes a while before it diffuses.
Would I purchase?
Innisfree eco science skin (120ml) can be found on Global GMarket and Innisfree World. It retails for $31CDN.