To Mist or not to Mist...what is a Facial Mist?

There are many kinds of facial mists on the market. There are mists to hydrate, ones to tone the skin, many to set your makeup, some to simply help you feel refreshed. So, how do you pick one right for you?
Here's a few things to consider. If your skin is oily, then a toner will work well for you. (Make sure whatever you choose does not contain alcohol). Rose water works well to help you feel refreshed and if fragrance is your thing, they will leave a fresh scent behind. Other facial mists are to "set" your makeup and to refresh your look throughout the day. Some mists are meant to offer extra hydration. This can be a bit tricky because if you use the facial mist alone to "hydrate" your skin, you may be risking drying out your skin even more. Facial mists are water based and when they are left to evaporate on your skin, it can cause your skin to lose moisture. Check your facial mist to insure that there are moisture binding ingredients in them. The best use of a hydrating facial mist is to apply after cleansing because when the skin is slightly damp, your serums and skin treatments will be absorbed more efficiently. Following your facial mist with a moisturizer will lock and load moisture into your skin and leave your skin glowing.

Our tamarind seed facial mist will not only tone but also hydrate and nourish your skin with a natural film forming polysaccharide. The moisturizing benefits of tamarind seed rival Hyaluronic Acid and is very effective. Skin loving botanical extracts like Aloe Vera, Chamomile and Japanese Green Tea rejuvenates your skin while Cucumber Extract helps tighten pores. Wheat protein and marine minerals containing Selenium, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc, Calcium and Geranium are combined for their benefical properties. You can also use our facial mist under a facial mask to maximize its benefits. True to our principles, you won't find fragrance, colorants or any of the bad stuff in our facial mist. Mist away. We've got you covered.