I used to be a coffee addict but in recent times I’ve converted to a full-time tea lover, and I can’t get enough of both the taste and the scent, so imagine my excitement when I realise that innisfree has launched a fragrance that smells exactly like my favourite beverage!!

Product Description

Lightweight, summer-appropriate body & hair mist with refreshing scents instead of heavy perfume.

Official Retail Price in Singapore: SGD 14

Ingredient List

Alcohol, Water/Aqua Eau, Fragrance/Parfume, Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin, Methylpropanediol

If this were a skincare product, I would be pretty alarmed, but this ingredient list is actually pretty ‘standard’ for a mist/fragrance.

It was just nice that I was looking for a hair mist, because I noticed that my hair always reeked of oil and grease after I eat out at hawker centres and foodcourts.

I would spray this once in the morning on my body before leaving the house, and spritz my hair with it after lunch/whenever I eat out so that I can freshen up my tresses.

Personally, I am in love with the earthy tea scent – not too strong, just the right bit of musky that really captivates you. I find that this adds a bit more of a mature & darker edge than, say, Guesthouse Morning (I tried it and it smells like clean linen), which you may like if you’re a fan of muskier fragrances.

The size of the mist is also just nice, where I can fit it nicely into most bags without worrying about spills either.

Final Verdict

I don’t know how long the mist will be around for (I realise that innisfree changes their product lines very often, especially the fragrances and body care products), and I’m honestly very tempted to stock up on a few more bottles just in case they ever decide to discontinue this abruptly.

If you’re not a fan of black tea and prefer light, crisp scents, you can check out their Guesthouse Morning and Cedar Wood scents – guaranteed to have you feeling like you’re vacationing in Jeju, even if your travel plans are put on hold ㅠ__ㅠ

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