Rose Mist Mini by Skin & Tonic London
Rose Mist Mini by Skin & Tonic London

Rose Mist Mini by Skin & Tonic London

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Rose Mist Mini 20ml

The refreshing Rose Mist is basically a flower shower: it will cool, hydrate and tone your skin and can be used to set makeup. The scent of rose is a natural mood enhancer so it will perk your mood and skin up too.

A beautifully fragrant floral toner created with just 4 ingredients.

Our certified organic rose water is grown and distilled high up in the fresh, clean air of the French Alps. We’ve delicately blended it with cooling aloe vera and glycerin to keep your skin happy and hydrated.

If you’re going somewhere sunny, this is a must-have for plane journeys and in the heat. The perfect size to keep handy in your handbag

100% Natural, 96% Organic, Vegan, Gluten & Dairy Free
Tested on us, never on animals

How to use:

  1. Spritz onto face to hydrate and tone skin.
  2. Lightly mist to set makeup.
  3. Feeling flustered? Spray around yourself to calm and cool your mood – rose is a powerful mood enhancer, calming feelings of anxiety.

Key Ingredients: (for a full list click here)

OSE CENTIFOLIA FLOWER WATER - distilled from organic rose petals, our soothing rose water is hydrating, astringent and excellent for reducing redness and inflammation.

GLYCERIN - a powerful natural humectant, which works to draw moisture from the air to your skin.

ALOE VERA POWDER - light, hydrating and healing, aloe contains natural Salicylic Acid, great for the prevention and treatment of blemishes.

Why we love Skin & Tonic:

Ethical & Sustainable 

  • a cruelty free company. We test all our products on ourselves and never on animals.
  • support small farmers and growers in the UK & France, fairtrade womens co-operatives in Ghana & Sri Lanka.
  • packaging is glass & is recyable.
  • seals are made from plant cellulose rather than plastic that you can pop on your compost.
  • They reduce our carbon footprint each year by planting trees in the suffolk countryside.