After my initially underwhelming experience with Suki’s Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser, I offered this aesthetically irresistible line a chance at redemption and picked up, again, what seemed like a gremlin version of the standard-sized line (no matter how much I wanted to love this thing, I just couldn’t justify the purchase of a more “jumbo” version quite yet). I figured this spritzer was easy enough to pop in my makeup bag for those city runs and for when the slime and sweat from catching a missed train might otherwise make you wish to melt away like the Wicked Witch of the West.
Let me first say that the function and design of this little gremlin spritzer lends to it a great illusion. I only realized this when, after three uses, I was almost finished with the product. This would be what I would call not even a travel size, but a weekend-getaway sampler. Just don’t venture off anywhere too far because this baby just might not last ya.
The potion itself leaves a wetness all too reminiscent of rubbing alcohol. I don’t finish feeling particularly “toned” – just coated in something that feels a bit too much like sticky, sweet tea. My 100% pure rosewater was far more impressive in this domain.
Best described as a boutique-spray that seems to be formulated more for fragrance than for use.
Differences can be seen but have yet to be seen.
Bottom line: This is something I would be more motivated to decorate my shelves with rather than actually utilize for skincare. I’m hard-pressed to realize any of its touted benefits.
Can be found at the Whole Foods on Bowery in Lower East Side, Manhattan.
Notes of caution: Size-volume ratio may be deceiving. Spray nozzle also does not always function properly, unevenly distributing product. Close eyes when applying.
All Raw Reviews products are chosen, purchased, and reviewed by myself. All products have been purchased at a Whole Foods location specified in the post.