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Product Rave | Muji Light Toning Water

Sometimes you just stumble upon some gems...

Muji Light Toning Water High Moisture -

Just walking along the streets of LA last November we saw a Muji store. Their storage units are very popular in the beauty community. They also retail nice clothing, aromatherapy units and skincare. The skincare range is pretty extensive but this toner stood out to me due its "high moisture" claims.

From their website

"Product Detail

Sensitive Skin Care Series
Simple low-stimulating hypoallergenic skin care for delicate and easily irritated skin. Uses natural hydrating ingredients that is gentle and effective for sensitive skin.

Straight to the point right? After a quick glance at the ingredients I purchased this travel sized (1.69 fl. oz. / 50 ml) bottle. 

Muji Light Toning Water High Moisture Ingredients -

The ingredients listed on my packaging and those on the website are same. This carry on size retails for $4.50USD or you can purchase a 200 ml bottle for $10.50USD. The LA winds wasn't as disrespectful as those in New York but once again my skin was in a state from travelling. This toner came in very handy in my travel skincare routine; especially since I was layering more products. Unlike some of the other toning waters I saw in the shop, alcohol is not major component. I guess that's why this is recommended for sensitive skin 😊 This product has no discernable scent and leaves no residue on my skin. 

All around it's a must try 👍 It won't replace my Son & Park love but I'll definitely repurchase. 


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