Summer heat is in and so should face mists be inside our bags! For those who are not yet familiar with face mists, it’s a skincare product which helps provide extra hydration before you prime your face or as a midday cooling aid to tone down the heat. However, it’s not just water in a bottle! Face mists should contain ingredients that can help lock in moisture, keep the skin from looking dull, and add a cooling sensation to battle the summer sun. We’ve been seeing one brand being recommended repeatedly in lists by Beauty Editors of different publications so we just had to look into it! Meet the Skin Poem Brightening & Hydrating Mist.
Skin Poem’s Brightening & Hydrating Mist made it to the list of beauty must-haves in publications such as GMA News Lifestyle and Metro Magazine, with special mention of its ingredients specially sourced from France. This product is said to contain Fucoidan Algae that helps brighten the skin while restoring and locking in moisture, as well as Aloe Vera and cucumber extract that provide cooling sensations.
Face mists that I’ve previously tried are either water-like or strong-scented, but this concoction from Skin Poem has a scent that is just right — a light scent that helps give off a refreshing vibe.
HOW TO USE IT
It’s easy, just spray it on your face around 2-3 times or until your skin feels hydrated enough. According to Skin Poem’s website, their Brightening & Hydrating Mist can be used after our usual skin regimen and anytime during the day or night when we feel like our skin feels dry and dull. It can even help regulate the effectiveness of sunscreen and other skincare products you put on your face! Since it comes in mist form, it can also be used over makeup without worries of smudging it.
If ever you’ll be traveling in the next few days, it’s also a great travel buddy for hydration during flights or when basking under the sun.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
This product is quite new so it’s only available via their website for now. As for the price, it’s not bad at Php 999!
What do you think? Is it a cop or a drop?