Trilogy Hydrating Mist Toner - review


This product has been on my list of items to review for so long that I had to save the last few applications so I could use the product while I was reviewing it.

Then it took me ages to get the photos edited, then I had other posts to write first and now I'm swamped with other things to do as we head into the EOFY - so it's no surprise that I've been behind on the reviews and am only getting to this one now.

Long story short, I really like the product and would definitely recommend it. More on that below.

Trilogy claims/product details:

  • You will love the scent of this delicate, aromatic hydration mist 
  • Provides instant moisture for thirsty skin
  • This gentle, alcohol-free blend of pure distilled water infused with extracts of rose petal, geranium and lavender will leave your skin soft and supple
  • It will also revitalise and refresh body and mind
  • Designed to invigorate the skin after cleansing or whenever the skin is dry or stressed
  • Also designed to cool, tone and refresh the skin, helping support the skin's natural pH balance
  • Perfect to keep nearby to restore and revitalise skin exposed to long days in air-conditioned spaces
  • To use: use directly after cleansing to tone and soothe your skin; or as a refreshing skin cooling mist on hot days; or after exercising
  • RRP $27.99 AUD for 100ml, but do shop around (I bought mine for just under $11.20)


This is a lovely product and I recommend it. It's also worth noting that while it's quite expensive for a pharmacy facial mist, you can wait for one of the big sales and pick it up for around half-price so all is not lost.

It's a standard fluid toner that comes in a glass bottle with a pump. This spray itself releases a mist that's fine-enough and isn't too forceful, so that's a huge plus and it won't upset your makeup - or at least it hasn't for me.

The product has a light and fresh scent (I mostly smell the lavender) and while I personally am not a huge fan of that smell because I don't like lavender, I don't think it would be offensive to most people because it's natural.

I've been using my spray for a good few months now so I already have a decent idea of how I feel about it, but I've gone ahead and given it a few more sprays as I'm writing this review, and using it again after two weeks off has reminded me of how much I like it: it's incredibly soothing and cooling on the skin (it would be perfect for summer), and it's so refreshing that I would almost recommend it for that reason alone.

On top of this, it's hydrating enough that it keeps my dry skin feeling comfortable for a couple of hours after application, after which I'll go ahead and spray more. I mightn't need to apply it so often but it has been cold here lately so my skin is drier than usual and we also tend to have the heaters on for a couple of hours in the morning, which can dry out my skin further.

I guess it's worth noting that I've never used this as a dedicated toner, so I couldn't tell you whether it's a good product to use between your cleanser and serums etc, but I suspect that it would be. 

What I can say, however, is that it's great for spritzing over makeup, and while it doesn't set my makeup so it lasts longer, it does take away that powdery look so my face looks more natural, and it also keeps my skin feeling nourished for a good while after use.

Overall I really like this product and I recommend it, and it also meets its claims. I would never buy it at full price because I don't think you need to spend that much on facial spritzes like this (especially because I have a tendency to burn through them), but at 40% off it's one I would absolutely buy again and I intend to do so whenever I next need to buy myself a hydrating face spray.


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