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So is facial mist really that necessary or is it another marketing tactic to lure you to spend for a baseless want rather than absolute need? From a beauty enthusiast point-of-view, I say it’s a face-saver! First, let’s understand the basics.
Depending on the brand, a facial mist is basically water with essential oils and fillers. Of course, the lesser the fillers, the better. Josie Maran Rosey Mist, a current must-be-in-my-bag-all-the-time, lists rose oil and purified water as main ingredients.
I consider facial mist a multi-tasker because I use it to set my makeup, as a toner, as a mid-day glow booster, and whenever I feel like my skin needs extra hydration. And yeah, while writing this post, I just sprayed my face with The Face Shop Cooling Mist (exclusively sold in The Face Shop standalone stores).
I don’t know who’s that OA lady above but she just confessed that she’s addicted to face mist. Here are some must-try’s, according to her:
Do you use facial mists? if so, what’s your go-to brand?