Beauty water? Is that even a thing? What does it do? Does it make my skin beautiful in an instant? Those questions are probably going through your mind right now! SON & PARK Beauty Water is a multi-tasking toner that not only removes impurities, but it also prepares your skin for remaining skincare steps. Our team at BONIIK tried this beauty water to see whether it lives up to all the hype and trend on social media, and here’s what we have to say.
This cleansing toner is mostly made of water, witch hazel water, rose water and other plant extracts including willow bark and papaya to eliminate dead skin and excess sebum. These ingredients deliver refreshing hydration to plump and vitalize the skin, while improving skin tone to revive dull, tired-looking skin.
Don’t mistaken it for your mineral water! This is a drink for your skin! The beauty water has a transparent, watery and lightweight texture that absorbs well into the skin and leaves a subtle fruity and floral scent. A little goes a long way and a small amount is enough to refresh your skin and leave it feeling silky smooth.
How to Incorporate into Your Skincare Routine
A single bottle of beauty water, so many uses! SON & PARK Beauty Water works as cleansing water which you can use to remove traces of makeup and impurities, keeping your skin clarified and clean before applying other products. It can also be used as an exfoliating toner to help rebalance moisture levels after cleansing. All you have to do is dispense an adequate amount onto a cotton pad and gently sweep all over your face. Voila! Refreshed, smooth and sleek complexion ready for whatever comes its way!
This beauty water really made our skin feel and look beautiful as its name suggests! It leaves a refreshing sensation on the skin when applied, making it ideal to begin a productive day or revitalize your skin throughout the day to allow it to power along with your productive day, and also as part of your night time routine to really remove any excess impurities before slathering on your night skincare products. With so many uses, we all probably want to (should) stock up on this beauty water, because it’s not called hoarding if it’s skincare right?