I recently tried the Camellia Essential Hair Mist from the brand “Innisfree.” Read on to know more about the product and how it fared.
Camellia essential hair mist has Jeju camellia oil that provides essential moisture and nourishment to the hair to keep it sleek. Camellia essential hair mist creates silky hair. Jeju camellia oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids, moisturizes and nourishes damaged hair. The texture of the mist coats hair leaving it healthy and elastic.
700 INR for 150 ml.
Water, Alcohol, Dipropylene Glycol, Betaine, Octyldodeceth-25, Diphenylsiloxy Phenyl Trimethicone, Cetrimonium Chloride, Panthenol, Coceth-7, Ppg-1-Peg-9 Lauryl Glycol Ether, Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Lactic Acid, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Opuntia Coccinellif.Era Fruit Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Orchid Extract, Camellia Japonica Seed Oil, Glycerin, Disodium Edta, Caprylyl Glycol, Fragrance.
My Experience with Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Mist:
Hair mists are life saviours for me in winter. My hair becomes very dry in winter and oil makes it slick. I have used a few serums which did nothing other than to weigh down my hair. So, I picked this hair mist from Innisfree randomly to see how it helps.
This mist says camellia essential mist, but the second ingredient in it is “alcohol.” I usually do not mind products with alcohol, but if you are someone who prefers non-alcoholic products, then this mist is not for you.
This comes in a 150 ml plastic red bottle. The packaging is light and easy to carry even though it is a little larger than the usual mist bottles. The spray cap is made of plastic too and one should be careful not to drop it.
The product appears white in the bottle, and upon spraying, it comes out as a watery texture and milky in colour, but it applies transparently, just like water.
This product contains fragrance just like most hair sprays, but the scent is not overpowering. The smell is similar to a fresh rose essence and it is mildly there throughout the day. The product is easy to spray and I spray it only on my hair strands and not on my scalp. The mist is watery and as soon as I spray it on my hair, it makes hair wet for a while and doesn’t dry quickly.
After my hair dries, it is easy to comb it without any tangles and also the frizz goes away. One main thing to mention here is that it does not weigh down my hair. This mist makes my hair look healthy and nicely tamed, and at the same time, giving the softness and shine back.
Though it gives awesome effects, it doesn’t last long. The hair is under control for a few hours and then you will have to reapply to get the benefits again, but the softness does last for the next day also even without reapplying.
Overall, a good hair mist which controls frizzy hair and also doesn’t make my hair oily. A good hair mist, but not exceptional one!
Pros of Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Mist:
- Easy to carry.
- Easy to apply.
- Doesn’t weigh down hair.
- Controls frizz.
- Makes hair look healthy, not dry or dull.
Cons of Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Mist:
- The effects do not last long.
- Contains alcohol as the second ingredient.
- The whole bottle might last only for 1 to 2 months if used constantly, which is not so good because of the price.
Would I Recommend Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Mist?
Yes, I highly recommend it if you want something light and at the same time effective. I will repurchase this until I find something better.
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