JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist Review

Facial mists, addicted much?

I am. I dunno what it is but I have literally dozens of them hanging out just about everywhere. Bathroom sink, desktop, vanity, nightstand…you name the spot and I’m sure you’ll find a facial mist of some sort laying around there.

My latest obsession is with JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist which I’m positively obsessed with. I’ve convinced myself that this is actually really whitening my skin!

Check it!

A new facial mist from JuJu Cosmetics that features a fresh peachy scent!

This is a mineral oil and alcohol free facial mist that contains hyaluronic acid as well as whitening agents to keep skin hydated and bright.

The mist comes in a chubby bottle and in a very generous size. The formula has a fresh, peachy scent that’s very pleasant. I love anything that smells like peaches so the fragrance is very novel for me. I felt like the spray had a nice hydrating feel and makes the perfect makeup refresher, prep for moisturizer, or setting spray. This doesn’t have a fine mist when used so you do end up kinda soaked after a single spray but it still leaves behind a nice refreshing feel with a bit of moisture.

How a mist can whiten is beyond me and I dunno if I’m imaging things or what but I feel like my dull skin looks brighter and happier after use. Call me crazy…!

JuJu Cosmetics is a Japanese brand which means it’s not easily available in shops and is best purchased online.

The sticker on the bottle creeps me out! It’s a little baby peach head…AHHH so scary!

  • Anyone who loves facial mists.
  • Those wanting a hydrating, brightening facial mist (seriously, it does really give skin a brighter appearance).

  • Those who aren’t keen doing their shopping online, dealing with airmail charges, etc…
  • Those sensitive to fragrance (the scent is subtle but if you’re particularly sensitive you might want to skip).

I liked this alot and would repurchase it again! I’ve seen it online for as little as $10-$12 which is quite a fair price. I think it’s fine little mist that deals with my dullness and offers a nice hydrating finish that preps my skin for moisturizer and makeup!

Loves it!

Very Muse Approved for purchase!


This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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  • 7/21/11 14:43 Cj:

    Facial mists <3! I just checked eBay for it and it's only $12! For an 8oz bottle that's amazing lol. I'm gonna order one tonight :)


    • 7/21/11 14:44 the Muse:

      YAY CJ! lmk whatcha think dear!


  • 7/21/11 14:43 Eve:

    Would you recommend facial mists for REALLY oily skin?


    • 7/21/11 14:57 the Muse:

      eve I can’t speak for it eep..sorry…I don’t have really oily skin so I’m unsure how well facial mists work on such a skin type….! maybe someone can reply with the same skin type ;-D


  • 7/21/11 14:49 Tammie:

    MUST. GET.

    Peach scented + whitening = NEED.


  • 7/21/11 15:24 Ashley:

    I love babies but the peach baby creeps me out. It looks artificial, as if it were a cyborg :S


    • 7/21/11 15:33 the Muse:

      ha exactly ashley ;D


  • 7/22/11 11:38 Nunuiviet:

    Love the concept plus it’s quite cheap


  • 7/22/11 15:55 xmas:

    You should review some other Juju cosmetics products… like the Aquamoist collection! I use them off and on and I want to know what you think…


  • 7/22/11 17:35 Polly:

    The peach baby is so scary!! Looks easy enough to remove though, I definitely want to try this :)


  • 7/22/11 19:16 Miss_silk:

    OMG…..MUST BUY lol…yeah creepy baby


  • 7/23/11 0:43 Bailey:

    I think I might have to snag this from Ebay! I love facial mists 😀


  • 7/23/11 5:18 Sophia:

    hey where can u get this?


    • 7/25/11 9:28 the Muse:

      hi sophia…sasa has it in stock I believe


      • 7/25/11 13:27 Tammie:

        Hey Muse, I couldn’t find it on Sasa by searching (I searched Juju Cosmetics and all versions of peach/mist/whitening) if you have a link can you post it? I found it on eBay but there are several other things I want on Sasa so I’d rather get everything there!


  • 9/9/11 22:18 PT:

    Hi Muse,
    I wonder if this works to set the make up? or is it just simply works at moisturizer?


    • 9/12/11 10:39 the Muse:

      you can try but it’s not a fine mist Pt.


  • 10/5/11 7:52 The Kat:

    When I read this review and looked at the photos, somewhere in the back of my mind, that baby face looked awfully familiar. Then when I checked one store I usually frequent in Japan, I saw the Juju whitening mist and remembered! But I didn’t buy it that day because I thought that maybe I shouldn’t now since I’m still using Hadanomy’s mist (thanks to your review, I bought and am loving it 😀 ).

    Though, when I went back to the shop recent, Juju’s mists were all sold out, and they haven’t restocked for a couple of weeks. It was the only shop that sold it. So in the end, I bought Juju Cosmetics Whitening water and Hadanomy Collagen Milk two days. I hope they’ll be just as nice and refreshing.


    • 10/10/11 16:01 the Muse:

      hey kat you’ll have to update me and lmk about the whitening water as I was going to buy it but wanted to use this up first!


  • 2/18/13 1:16 bebe:

    I just bought this last week and I love it.


  • 4/11/13 11:36 Paloma:

    Where would you suggest someone buy this? I love peach scents…yumyum


    • 4/11/13 11:39 the Muse:

      I believe imomoko.com still has it available Paloma also sasa.com


      • 4/11/13 11:41 Paloma:

        thanks, hon!


        • 4/11/13 11:46 the Muse:

          my pleasure! there’s a bottled version as well if you prefer applying with cotton pad.


  • 10/8/13 18:36 Eleonore:

    Hi Muse,
    I would recommend trying the JUJU Aquamoist Hyaluronic Acid Essence. Been using it for 4 years (while trying different products in between) and it still remains my HG. It adsorbs really fast into the skin and leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth. It allows even the worst adsorbing moisturizer that i have tried to work pretty well through out the day. Not sure if i would recommend it for the winter season as in Singapore it is summer all year round with high levels of humidity.


    • 10/8/13 18:49 the Muse:

      thanks elenore I actually used it before but I prefer the Hada Labo one. But I agree, it’s quite good :) thanks for the rec/input!


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