I love a good facial mist. I love the feeling of applying it on my skin after cleansing. It is no secret that my favorite ones from Embryiollise as it leaves my skin hydrated and it is affordable. But I’m always on the look for new ones.
I got this from the Caroline Hirons Autumn kit and as I heard so many good reviews decided to give it a try. Here is my review.
Brand: Sunday Riley
Country: United States
Story: Sunday Riley launched her titular brand, after noticing a lack of focus on “green technology” in the skincare industry. Specifically, there wasn’t a focus on balancing science-based active ingredients with botanicals, or ingredients derived from nature.
Since: Est. 2009
Owned by: Sunday Riley
Cruelty free: Yes
Name: Pink Drink firming resurfacing essence.
Purpose: A power drink for your skin, this peptide-infused essence resurfaces, balances, and firms the look of your skin.
Main ingredients: pink yeast, peptides, ceramides, honey, chlorella, kelp & sea water.
Suitable for sensitive skin: no.
For whom is good: all skin types.
Free of: sulfates, parabens, glute, soy & fragrance.
Shelf life: 12 months
Size: 50 ml (1.7 fl oz).
Packaging: Glass bottle and a box.
My review: I had high hopes for this product as I read a lot of great reviews online and the formula seemed promising. But I was wrong. It stung my face a little bit and my skin didn’t like it. It didn’t feel as refreshing or hydrating as my usual facial mist and for the price is not worth it. There are better options in the market.
How I used: On my evening routine after cleansing my skin.
Why I liked the most: nothing.
Cons: I think the price is too high for such little product that comes in a small bottle (50 ml) an how my skin felt after using it.
How long did it last: 1.5 months, only using it at night.
Pecas’s score: 1/5. Poor.
Will but it again: No
On the positive side, the company does a lot of initiatives and actions towards sustainability. From supplier accountability, to energy efficient facilities to better packaging. I give the points for that. And they are cruelty free.
Sustainability score: 4/5.
Note: I purchased the product myself and there are no affiliate links in this post.