Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist Review

Skin type: Normal-Dry

Only Rashmita isn’t obsessing over Korean skin care products these days, I too have done a major Innisfree haul (thank you so much, IMBB). I have picked up many skin care and few makeup products and am using these products every day to review for you all. For today, let’s get started with the review of this mist that I am absolutely loving these days.
Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist Review

Product Description:
This facial mist is formulated with moisture from our freshly squeezed green tea to instantly deliver moisture to your thirsty skin.

INR 900 for 150 ml


My Experience with Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:


First of all, I love the fact that this brand has mentioned the details about the product in English clearly on the packaging, unlike those shady Korean brands. The mist comes in a serene white bottle with green fonts. The pump dispenser is easy to use and dispenses the product very well; the product comes out perfectly like a mist and not a deo in one harsh spritz. It gets spread well on the face. The packaging is travel-friendly and the cap fits tight. If you are not comfortable with this 150 ml bottle, you can purchase the smaller 50 ml one.


This mist smells divine. The fragrance is very refreshing and soothing. I love spritzing on my face after spending a few minutes in the sun. My skin tends to get dry after spending time in an AC room, and it moisturises my skin very well without making it oily in this summer. I have used it before applying my makeup and it kept my skin moisturised. Over makeup, it gives a dewy and fresh feel but it does not impact the longevity of makeup. One thing I am amazed at – it moisturises even my lips. Instant lip balm. 😛


Even though this mist contains chemicals, I am glad to know that this brand relies mainly on natural ingredients and that it is free of parabens. The mist does not feel heavy on the skin and feels just perfect on these summer days. It calms my skin and soothes it. It has become a perfect pick-me-up for me. I love that it gives my skin the goodness of green tea and that it has never irritated my skin. I feel it is a perfect mist for every skin type and for every season.

Pros of Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:

• Packaging – travel-friendly, spray pump bottle
• True to its claims
• Very lightweight
• Moisturising
• Does not make skin greasy or oily
• Calms and soothes the skin
• Refreshing fragrance
Perfect for summer and for dry skin
• Skin gets the goodness of green tea
• Paraben free
• Can be used before and after makeup

Cons of Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist:

• None for me but availability is an issue for many

IMBB Rating:

Would I Repurchase Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist?
I have been using and carrying this mist more than my Kama Ayurveda Pure Rose Water now, and this is a massive change for me.

Would I Recommend Innisfree Green Tea Mineral Mist?
Definitely. I find it awesome for the summers. In fact, this product is meant for every skin type and for every season. If you want to try out a similar product, here’s the recipe – Homemade Green Tea Ice Facial with Essential Oils and Toner.

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