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Review: O’SUM Aloe Vera Soothing Mist

24. April 2014
Slowly the temperatures are getting warmer here in Germany and I’m really looking forward for summer these days. I also discovered that my skin is not as super dry as it is during cold winters anymore, but it slowly regenerates to be dry to normal skin. Time to get a little change in my skincare routine. First of all, I love using products containing Aloe Vera during the warmer seasons. I was overly happy when I received my first MeMeBox (review >>here<<) which contained O’SUM’s Aloe Vera Soothing Mist and it is now part of my skincare routine.
O'SUM Aloe Vera Soothing Mist

This is the first product I tried from O’SUM, an “organic skin care line based in the Jeju Islands” as it is written on the product. This travel friendly Aloe Vera Soothing mist comes in a green colored see-through plastic bottle with a spraying nozzle. The packaging is plain and sticks to a green color scheme, which fits to the image of being a natural/organic product. Other than that the design is simply clean and doesn’t have anything special about it (I personally do not mind a simple design, as long as it does not look cheap, and this is definitively not the case).
O'SUM Aloe Vera Soothing Mist
The fact that it is a mist makes it easy to apply. Furthermore the mist is super fine (a lot finer than the mist by Recipe by Nature Spray Essence >>review here<<). It has a cooling and thus refreshing feeling while applying. And it absorbs quickly into the skin without being sticky. The scent is typical for Aloe Vera products, but not too intense either. The ingredients list is short and the only potential irritant is Benzyl alcohol. My skin didn’t get any irritated since I’m using it. Here are the ingredients:
Water, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Inositol, Propanediol, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Decyl Glucoside, Limonene, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate
O'SUM Aloe Vera Soothing Mist
The description of the packaging is mainly in Korean. The front side has a brief English description though, which is better than nothing.
I integrated it into my beauty routine as a replacement for a toner and it works out nicely. You can also use it for refreshing yourself during the day and it is also usable on makeup and works as makeup fixer, too. Honestly speaking, I have nothing negative to say, except of, that you have to order in online in most countries. But don’t fear if you missed the MeMeBox and are longing to try this: You can also get it from Wishtrend. If you use my invitation cod17939205 upon registration or use my invitation link >>here<< you’ll receive a 5 US$ voucher immediately. The O’SUM Aloe Vera Soothing Mist costs 17.50 US$ on Wishtrend and contains 80 ml, which really go a long way. And you’ll find a more detailled product description etc. on their web page.


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  • Joann M 25. April 2014 at 0:13

    Great review! I’ve fallen in love with mists lately. Not for a toner, but just a refresher during the day. You’re right, with the weather warming up, this is perfect! I’m really curious to try this product now!

    • Fräulein Schnee 6. May 2014 at 17:18

      In my last vacation I enjoyed using mists too, but then again it was really hot…hope it’ll be summer here, too :D Thanks for commenting!

  • Rini Cesillia 25. April 2014 at 5:02

    this is my first time hearing about osum brand, i see that the packaging is simple but doesn’t look cheap :D
    i rarely use mist but always want to try new one XD

    • Fräulein Schnee 6. May 2014 at 17:20

      The problem is that so many different mists are available…I think it’ll cost a life-time to try all of them XD Thanks for commenting, Rini ♥

  • Erica D 25. April 2014 at 6:00

    I love Aloe, it has so many benefits for the skin. I did a post a while back on how to get the gel out of the actual plant, I like using as many natural products as I can and I try making my own!


    • Fräulein Schnee 6. May 2014 at 17:22

      Really? I must have missed that post, I’ll definitively go and check it out!:D I never tried to make anything at home by myself, but it is great to do so! Thanks a lot for reading! ♥

  • Belinda Matilda 25. April 2014 at 14:01

    packaging doesn’t really matter to me too. i’m thinking to try out aloe products, the one from nature republic bc it is the easiest available here. i actually never heard of the brand osum before. thanks for the review though!

    belinda –

    • Fräulein Schnee 23. May 2014 at 14:13

      I love aloe products, too :D I just reviewed the aloe Moistfull Soothing Gel from etude House which is great, too :) Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Beth Graves 25. April 2014 at 16:43

    Thanks so much for this review. I just finished up my Lush Roma Water Toner Spray yesterday and this seems like a good product to replace it with. I love these face spray toners! I also would like to invite you to participate in my Funday Friday Comments Tag on my blog I have started doing this on Fridays to help me get to know my readers/subscribers and fellow bloggers better while everyone will get to know me better as well. My comments are not restricted and you are welcome to share any links back to your blog on there. This tag on my blog does not have an end date, so you are never to late to participate.

    • Fräulein Schnee 23. May 2014 at 14:14

      It is super if you love very fine mists. I love it for refreshing :)

  • Emi ♡ 恵美 25. April 2014 at 18:55

    Thanks for the review, it’s indeed an interesting product ^^

    恵美より ♥

    • Fräulein Schnee 23. May 2014 at 14:15

      Thanks for reading, Emi ♥ It is a nice and refreshing mist that I can recommend to try :)

  • Kim Kine 26. April 2014 at 2:59

    I have been looking into mist products lately because they seem like the ultimate lazy girl (like me!) product! Plus I love aloe vera ever since trying the Verikos Aloe calming oil ^^. Thanks for this review!

    • Fräulein Schnee 23. May 2014 at 14:16

      haha, I agree, I love aloe vera, and mists and pump bottles are everything a lazy girl needs XD Thanks for reading and commenting ♥

  • Coco 26. April 2014 at 6:24

    I love mists so much, this sounds like a nice one!

    • Fräulein Schnee 23. May 2014 at 14:19

      I agree! If you get a chance, go for it :) Thanks for commenting!