Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner
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Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner review

*gifted product

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250 ml
18 USD

Ingredients

Dioscorea Villosa (Wild Yam) Root Extract(68%), Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Panthenol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Carbomer, Arginine, Pentylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid, Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronat, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Ethylhexylglycerin

Description

It contains 68% mucin from wild yam extract that restores tired skin and improves skin vitality.

How to use it

After Cleansing, apply a moderate amount of the toner to your skin using your hands or a cotton pad. Pat your skin to absorb completely.

Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner
Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner

My thoughts on Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner

This product was gifted and I was asked to write a review of the product. When I first read about the product I was really curious. Simply because I am a snail mucus lover and since this is the vegan option to that I was super excited.

The benefits of wild yams is still not completely proven by science. Wild yams contains diosgenin and there is one test-tube study done that diosgenin may encourage the growth of new skin cells and therefore having an anti aging effect. But much more research is needed to prove or disprove this. Diosgenin may also help with hyperpigmentation. But since anti aging is almost impossible to prove (at least by a beauty blogger) I will mainly focus my review on how the product feels and acts on my skin.

Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner
Vegreen Nature Mucin Toner

Packaging

Vegreen Nature mucin toner comes in a clear plastic bottle. The packaging is simple but I do like it and feels that it suits the product really well. I always expect a brand to go for a packaging that suits the product inside and this clearly does. For example, if a product contains a huge amount of perfume. You know that old ladies scent a packaging that is clean and simple doesn’t really add up. Not in my head that is. But this product is vegan and scent free so it is just a perfect match.

The first time I tried this toner it felt a little rubbery. I really cant explain the feeling in any other way. It is not a negative thing, more a different feeling.

The consistency really reminds me of snail mucus but without the slimy part. It is thicker than a watery toner so if you use essences or products that are really liquid, you should put them before the toner. I always add my products in the order of how thick the product is. Which makes my life a little easier.

Even though the consistency is a little thicker it is still a quite watery toner. It absorbs really fast to my skin without leaving it feeling tacky. If my skin is extra dry I can always add an extra layer of toner on top without it making my skin feel weird.

My skin feels really happy after using this toner. And that is a really big deal. I can actually forget to apply the rest of my steps after using this due to that my skin is feeling moisturized. Normally I want to add all my layers as fast as possible, just because my skin wants me to, but this one is simply amazing.

If you have oily skin this might be too much, but I really recommend you to try it and see. You can always use it as an evening toner if it is too much.

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Conclusion

This is just an amazing toner and I am so happy that I got to try it. It does an amazing job in moisturizing my skin leaving it happy and without any weird feeling. If you are looking for a great toner that is simply one of my favorites. You should really try this one.

I give this product 7/7

 

Where to get it

Vegreen

 

Other toners

Isntree hyaluronic acid toner

IUNIK Vitamin Hyaluronic Acid Vitalizing Toner

The Saem urban eco harakeke toner 

 

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