Four Facial Mists That Go the Extra Mile

April 12, 2018

Facial Sprays

I have such a strange relationship with facial mists, and regularly go from using them religiously to not bothering with them at all, then finding a new batch, falling in love again, and so on, and so forth.  At the moment I am fully into a facial mist phase and I’ve got some great ones to get through, with a couple of luxury stars alongside some true bargains, but the one thing they all have in common is that they do a lot more than just temporarily wet your face.

Starting with the luxury ones, you might have read my review of the Omorovicza Magic Moisture Mist, which is a brilliantly hydrating mist that’s particularly lovely for adding a touch more hydration to night time skincare routines.  It has a worthy place in this list because it could take the place of a moisturiser for oily skin types, thanks to it’s bi-phase, oil and water formula that leaves skin feeling lightly hydrated without any greasy residue.  It’s a lovely product and can be found here for £65 – link.  The second luxury mist in my list is the Z Balance Prebiotic and Probiotic Facial Mist, which is a product I’d rate as essential for anyone who suffers from tight/dry/sensitive skin as I find this great for quickly soothing and hydrating skin, especially straight after a shower when my skin can often feel horrendously tight – a few sprays of this settles my skin right down and leaves it looking and feeling gently soothed.  It’s £48 here – link.

The Garnier Moisture Bomb range totally filled a gap in the market for a decent, budget range of good quality and fuss-free hydrating products, with the Garnier Moisture Bomb Hydrating Mist being the most innovative member of the family. It’s such a great product that provides a multitude of benefits beyond hydrating skin, thanks to the fact that it includes an SPF30, plus you can use it over or under make-up (or both!) and it’s also a decent size for travel.  It’s usually around the £10 mark, but Feel Unique have it on special offer here – link – for £6.95.  The final product is the truly budget-friendly B. Vitalised Vitamin Spritz, which is another handbag-friendly product that’s great for perking up tired, lacklustre skin as the mist not only hydrates, but energises, boosts radiance and generally awakens the skin.  It’s usually around £8, but currently on special at Superdrug for £3.95 here – link.

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  • Reply
    April 12, 2018 at 8:32 PM

    Thanks so much Sascha. I’ve been wanting to add a facial mist into my routine and your recent posts have been really helpful. xx

    • Reply
      April 13, 2018 at 7:12 AM

      That’s so kind Anna, thanks very much for commenting and I’m so pleased they’ve been helpful xx

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      April 13, 2018 at 7:15 AM

      Also Anna, I’d love to follow your new blog but I can’t find any follow options – let me know when you’ve updated (or if you need a hand) and I’ll happily follow xx

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        April 13, 2018 at 8:44 AM

        Thank you so much. That should be available now. I’m just finding my feet with this whole blogging thing 🙂 xx

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          April 16, 2018 at 4:57 PM

          No probs, there are a lot of elements to juggle so it can take a very long time 🙂 You’ll get there xx

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