Unfortunately, most toners contain quite a bit of potentially skin-damaging alcohol or witch hazel. Over the years, the constant use of toners has made my skin feel a little more sensitive. So, I bought a bottle of alcohol-free Mist Opportunity. Packed with natural extracts like grapefruit, kiwi, and lemongrass, Mist Opportunity is a good source of antioxidants for skin renewal. I think this toner is probably a better choice for someone who has normal-to-dry skin. It just wasn't quite clarifying enough for me and it didn't impress me enough to purchase again or recommend to others. Effectiveness Mist Opportunity is actually more of a skin refresher than an astringent toner. In fact, when I spritz it on my face it doesn't feel any different than tap water. There's no sting, no residue, and no tight sensation. Unfortunately, there's also not much of a difference in the oil level, clarity, or quality of my skin. Scent The scent is completely unremarkable. Someone with a good sense of smell may be able to pick up the grapefruit, kiwi, and lemongrass extracts in the formula, but I couldn't really smell much of anything. Which, quite honestly, is not a bad thing in my opinion. Ease of Application The toner comes in a spray bottle, so you can either mist it on your face or onto a cotton pad. I prefer using a pad because I can control the application better that way. Sometimes the mist leaves a few undesirable droplets.