Face mists: Jurlique vs Sukin

Disclaimer: I am not being paid, sponsored or in any other way compensated to write this. All opinions are my own. Also, all prices are in AUD.

As someone who is a strong believer that brand doesn’t guarantee a product’s quality, I thought I would do an analytical, side by side comparison.

The Sukin bottle pictured is brand new because I bought a new bottle~

Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist vs Sukin Hydrating Mist Water



I personally prefer Jurlique’s bottle design. The sleek, minimal design is easy on the eye. It also has a much ‘stronger’ feel, with the bottle being quite heavy while Sukin’s is merely a typical plastic bottle. But let’s be honest here, if you’re forking out an extra $40 for a product, it damn well should be nicer to look at lol.


jurlique, rosewater balancing mist, 100ml, spray

A 100ml bottle of Jurlique’s mist spray will set you back $49, while Sukin’s 125ml bottle is only $9.99. Sukin’s bottle is also sometimes on sale for as low as $7~ish. Obviously, Sukin is the better in terms of price in this department. For completeness:

– Jurlique’s Rosewater costs $49 per 100ml
– Sukin’s mist spray, without the discount, is $8 per 100ml

When it comes to price, Sukin is definitely the winner!

Product itself

DSCN3235In my opinion, the Sukin spray gives noticeably less liquid per pump compared to the Jurlique mist spray. Additionally, the way the liquid is released is “softer” from the Jurlique mist spray.

However, I think that both sprays are fairly hydrating, especially considering their intended usage as “touch ups” or toners. (Note, I also prefer using them in the warmer months as touch ups to cool down.)

I also prefer the scent of Jurlique’s spray, which is lighter and sweet than Sukin’s.

Ethical advantage


Unlike Jurlique’s, Sukin’s spray is vegan and environmentally friendly. It’s also Australian-owned!


Well, maybe I’m a godless heathen but I do think that in almost all accounts, the Sukin Hydrating Mist Toner is better, especially if you’re looking for an affordable and environmentally-friendly option. I mean, it’s mostly water anyway, lol.

However, if you don’t use the product as frequently (i.e., not everyday), the Jurlique option is still there, especially because it gives more product per spray.

Those who have used a mist spray, what did you think of it? Comment below~

Till next time!


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