SON & Park Beauty Water Reviews
If you are into using natural toners and cleansing waters due to their oil balancing properties as well as hydrating and refreshing benefits, you will probably not be able to say no to a beauty water that promises a lot, but most of all to sweep away dead skin cells and efficiently remove makeup, oil and dirt.
That is partly what SON & Park Beauty Water promises to do for your skin, so in this review, we will talk about all of its benefits, key ingredients, users’ reviews, how to use it as well as pros and cons.
What is SON & Park Beauty Water All About?
Based on the principles of the 10-Step Korean Skincare Routine and influenced by korean beauty trends that give much importance to a dewy glowing skin as a base for everything else, the Soko Glam brand promises to offer freshly-made products that are FDA approved using high quality ingredients.
In specific, SON & Park Beauty Water is a multi-tasking product that can be used as a toner as well as a gentle exfoliant in the morning and a cleansing water at night to remove makeup and dirt. It can also be used as a skin refreshing water throughout the day.
Due to its gentle exfoliating properties, it removes the impurities that remain on the skin after cleansing, brightening and smoothing the complexion for a better makeup application.
It is also hydrating and has anti-inflammatory benefits that sooth skin irritation and prevent premature aging. Overall, this product enhances the complexion, providing it with a youthful glow and a luminous finish.
What are the Key Ingredients?
According to the company, the Papaya extract and the Witch Hazel are the ones responsible for this Korean beauty water´s light exfoliating properties while after having a quick look at the full list of ingredients, I would say that useful components for oily, combination and prone to blemishes skin are also Rose Water, which I personally love, Grapefruit Peel Oil and Tea Tree Leaf Extract.
There are some anti-inflammatory and hydrating ingredients there as well, such as rose flower oil, green tea, olive fruit oil, glycerine and more.
In conclusion and by looking at the full list of ingredients, I would say that there are a lot of plant and flower extracts included in this natural toner, and few ingredients that might be a bit tricky for very sensitive skin, although they are listed in the end of the list which means they come in very low concentrations, are alcohol and phenoxyethanol.
Butylene Glycol is listed in the beginning of the list, so for people with eczema, this may be an ingredient you want to watch out for. Other than that, I like the ingredients that I see and I would not be at all hesitant to try out this toner on my skin.
Finally, when it comes to the question whether this product contains parabens or not, the findings are confusing to say the least since in photos of different people showing the ingredients of the toner, one can see that parabens are listed there but when you visit the Soko Glam official site, you cannot see any parabens on the list, so I guess that maybe parabens are at the moment excluded from the product and that maybe parabens existed in the older versions of the product, but still this needs a little more digging.
How To Use It
You can use this product as a toner by moistening a cotton pad and gently sweeping it across your face but if you are using it as a refreshing water during the day, you can put it in a spray bottle and just enjoy its use as a facial mist.
What do Users Reviews Say about SON & Park Beauty Water?
Users are quite enthusiastic, I would say, about this product with some of them calling it as one of their holy grails. In specific, they review that it does not feel oily and is great for oily, combination and acne prone types of skin due to its light astringent and skin balancing properties.
It is also hydrating and has a light natural citrusy scent. It has smoothing and skin brightening properties without being irritating at all. Users also love the fact that it has gentle cleaning properties that help their skin stay clean and free of breakouts. It does not dry out the skin and a little goes a long way.
Nevertheless, there were also few negative reviews with people saying that this toner triggered the appearance of little bumps on their skin. Also, some of them with sensitive skin did not like the fact that it contains alcohol.
After reviewing SON & Park Beauty Water, I would say that as long as this product is not loaded with parabens, it is a very good quality toner to try out. It seems to be gentle and is actually beneficial for the skin in various different ways.