Centella Water Alcohol-Free Toner

USD 17.00

Soothing & Hydrating! What sensitive skin owner needs

What it is: Watery, spray type toner provides relief to irritated and sensitive skin and calms redness.

Size: 5.07 fl.oz / 150ml


  • Soothing & Hydrating for irritated, dehydrated skin
    Centella asiatica leaf water is a healing ingredient that helps soothe irritated skin and calm inflammed red skin. At the same time, mineral water from Jeju Island creates glowy, smooth look by hydrating and nourishing the skin.
  • Kept the ingredient list to the minimum
    We kept the ingredient list short and simple and exclude all the unnecessary ingredients that might irritate the skin.
  • Convenient spray type toner
    The liquid is evenly distributed all over the face, delivering refreshing and cooling feeling without drenching the face.

How to use:

  1. After cleansing, spray the toner onto a cotton pad and gently wipe onto face, avoiding the eye and mouth area.
  2. Use as a mist to freshen up throughout the day.

Water, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Butylene Glycol , 1,2-Hexanediol, Betaine, Panthenol, Allantoin, Ethyl Hexanediol, Sodium Hyaluronate

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Velvet Cupcake
If only my sensitive skin would accept this toner!

I’m usually a fan of cosrx toners. This one seemed fine in terms of scent, texture, how heavy it was. Unfortunately, it made my sensitive skin even more irritated rather than calming it! Whenever I used this toner, it made my skin red and it stung a little. Sad this didn’t work for me, I usually love cosrx products! I gave it three starts as I think it performs well as a toner, just not for my skin.

Jaclyn Moran
Love it!

Absolutely wonderful toner! So soothing and calming. It feels great after a nice cleans and before a nice moisturizer. Perfect.

Jamie Kulovitz
Strengthened skin barrier

Gentle and soothing, this simple toner helped repair my skin barrier. I have tried other centella toners but i always come back to this one.

Can’t tell if it’s doing anything

How does anyone evaluate a toner? It’s supposed to balance my skin’s PH but can anyone really tell with the naked eye what that looks like once it’s been achieved? Here’s what I can say - this toner doesn’t seem to have any active ingredients that interact with my sensitive and reactive skin. I don’t feel any tingling or weird sensations when I apply it. So that’s good. It doesn’t make my face feel tight or oily so that’s good. It basically feels like I’m applying water and letting it air dry. The applicator is a spray yet the bottle very clearly tells you not to get it on the eyes.. by which I’m assuming they mean inside the eye as it’s virtually impossible to spray this thing on your face without it getting even just a little on the outside of your eye lid. The instructions on the product say that you should spray onto a cotton pad and then apply to the face but let me tell you it takes A LOT of spray/product to saturate a cotton pad. I feel like if the intent was always to use a cotton pad this product should not come in a spray bottle because you end up using soo much product to saturate the cotton pad sufficiently. So yeah… I’m not really sure what to make of this product. It hasn’t hurt my skin as far as I can tell but I can’t prove that it’s benefited my skin any more than when I don’t wear toner. I seem to be using a ton of product when I try to apply it in the way suggested by the labeling. Seems like a waste of product and money unless they change either their instructions or their applicator.


Very refreshing , very fine mist which I like