MUN No. 11 Anarose Rejuvenating Rose Toner Review + 10% Off

MUN No. 11 Anarose Rejuvenating Rose Toner Review + 10% Off

I was first intro­duced to MUN in 2013, and I wrote my review of the now-renowned skin sav­ior known as MUN No.1 Aknari Bright­en­ing Youth Serum (for­mer­ly labelled Night­time Dream Youth Serum) back in May 2013. My love of MUN has held steady the­se last two years, as its proven itself over and over again as the ulti­mate super­pow­er in face oils. Even peo­ple who have had the worst expe­ri­ences with face oils will buy MUN Aknari in trep­i­da­tion, then email me two weeks lat­er enthu­si­as­ti­cal­ly exclaim­ing how their skin is now clear/plump/brighter/smooth/you name it. It’s just one of those prod­ucts that if it ever ceased to exist, there would be a lot – and I mean kilo­liters – of tears. When Mune­mi Imai, the beau­ty and brain behind MUN, told me of her plan last sum­mer to launch a ton­er, I imme­di­ate­ly knew it would be a stun­ner like its big sis­ter. And let’s put it this way: I was sent a bot­tle for review and have since bought two more. Keep read­ing for all the details! MUN No. 11 Anarose Rejuvenating Rose Toner Review Years ago, I was not a fan of ton­ers. I didn’t see the point. They dried out the skin, they were a tremen­dous waste of cot­ton balls, and they seemed like just anoth­er way to extract a few dol­lars from our pock­ets. I have since changed my mind. A real ton­er is meant to bal­ance the pH of the skin, and work in tandem with your nat­u­ral skin bar­ri­er to keep your skin smooth, hydrat­ed, and free of infec­tion and acne. A prop­er­ly for­mu­lat­ed ton­er is worth its weight in gold. The basic idea is...