[Review] Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review:

I found this product online one day as I was searching for new skin mists or misting toners. I had never tried an Innisfree product before this purchase, but I have always heard good things about them, especially in regard to their skin care products, and I had been eyeing this brand for quite some time because of this – I just did not know what to buy first! Until I found this product, that is. And boy, am I glad I did. Read on to find out why.


According to Innisfree’s website, this product has multiple claims:

+ Helps soothe the skin damaged from UV rays and heat while providing intensive moisture to the skin.

+ Soothes the skin and strengthens the skin barrier to make it vibrant and feeling fresh.

+ Revitalizes the skin.

+ Helps your skin feel refreshed and moisturized.


Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract (94%), Butylene Glycol, Madecassoside, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Orchid Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract, Phenoxyethanol

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review

Volume: 120ml

How to Use:

1. After cleansing, close your eyes and spray an appropriate amount from 20-30 cm from face.

2. Use any time your skin feels dry or needs instant moisturization, before or after makeup.

My Skin Type: Oily-Combo, Acne-Prone

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review:

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review

The product comes in a see-through green, plastic bottle with an accompanying green, plastic cap that can easily be pulled off. The spraying mechanism was not quite what I expected as it felt as though I had only pushed it half way down to what I would normally expect from one.

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review

The amount of product that comes out is minimal and does not feel wasteful (nor does it soak your face like some other misting toners do).

Thankfully this product can be found online for cheap prices (around $10), because unfortunately it can be finished in as little as a month if used after morning and after routines, as well as during the day for extra moisturization.

But I suppose it could really vary on time depending on how often a person chooses to use it. I have been using it for two months, making sure to use it mainly whenever I have issues like acne or sunburns I would like to address.

Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist Review

The product itself feels light and fresh when sprayed directly onto the skin. Its finish is not at all tacky to the touch, making it a great misting toner to use both before and after makeup application.

I also enjoy using this product to make any BB cushion puffs feel less dry and to apply the BB cream easier. What surprised me is that this product had no scent whatsoever.

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From all the reviews of Innisfree products that I had read up until using this product suggested that their skin care products tended to be on the heavier side when it came to fragrances.

I actually enjoy the scents in products, so as you can probably imagine, I was actually slightly disappointed when I could not detect any smell at all! But because of this fact, I think people with sensitive skin, or those who hate fragrances in their products, will really love using this.

As one with oily-combo skin, I would have to say that this product works fantastically. Its formulation does not contribute to any oiliness or shine on my face.

Unfortunately, because of its very light degree of actual moisturization, I think people with dry skin might be disappointed by this product as it would more than likely not be enough for their skin’s needs.

Of course, anybody could technically enjoy this product though, because “light moisturization” is not its only use. I am not so sure it has necessarily “vitalized” my skin, but I do know that when I use this product when my skin is feeling sensitive due to being stripped by other products, it does tend to calm my skin down.

When I have acne, it also appears to help treat inflammation. As for sunburns, well, there’s a reason why so many people recommend aloe vera products for them.

Using aloe vera on sunburns helps treat the damaged skin by reducing inflammation and it soothes the skin, thereby helping the redness and sensitivity go away quicker.

I also enjoy the fact that they found a way to incorporate orchid extract, which naturally moisturizes the skin but also provides the skin with antioxidants.

Using a product that has antioxidants in it makes me feel good about putting it on my skin. While you may not take notice of its effects, you can be assured that it protects your skin from pollutants in the air and helps heal any skin issues quicker.

All in all, this is one of the “safest” products I think anybody will ever find. Unless you have an issue with butylene glycol (a common ingredient in skin care products), you will love this product for its usefulness beyond simple light moisturization. You just can’t go wrong with a product like this.

Where to buy:

Amazon Prime | eBay

Have you tried Innisfree Aloe Revital Skin Mist?

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