Skin Food Royal Honey Mist Review

Skin Food Royal Honey Mist

I ran out of my beloved JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist so I decided to try Skin Food Royal Honey Mist in its place. Honestly I love the Peach Mist with a passion but I’m such a beauty junkie that I don’t stick to the “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it” mentality and I’m always about trying the next best thing.

I picked this up on a whim when I asked a friend to do a major Skin Food Haul for me.

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Supposedly this is enriched with Royal Black Honey and Royal Jelly Extracts to give it that moisturizing feel and finish. I would not suggest it as a setting mist nor would I recommend it for AM use since it is a SUPER hydrating mist. It’ll make your skin oily if you use in the AM even if you have drier skin so definitely stick to PM use with it.

I typically mist it on after I’ve washed my face and prior to any other skincare. It has a faint floral honey scent that’s very pleasant and subtle.

The mist reminds me of Etude House’s Collagen Moistfull Essence In Primer but has a far slippery texture. After misting it on you’ll want to press the palms of your hands to your face to allow it to fully absorb. It leaves my skin a bit slippery and greasy after use almost like I used a dry oil spray of some sort on my face. But it does wonders for my skin in the AM after nightly use. I wake up with softer, smoother, glowing skin.

I wouldn’t recommend it for those with oily or combination skin as it’ll probably add more grease to your face than you’ll be comfortable with however, those who desire a moisturizing facial mist for their drier skin I’d highly recommend trying it out. Quite nice stuff and different from the normal range of traditional mists I typically use!

Likey!

Skin Food is sold all over the Internet and E-bay. Sasa.com as well as YesStyle.com carries a range of products and the Skin Food Singapore site ships worldwide however, shipping can be costly $$! If you live in California there are a few stores you can actually visit to see if this is available.

Tried this?

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Would love to hear your experience with it.

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  • 4/11/13 4:02 Christi:

    I haven’t tried this yet, but I do have the Royal Honey mask from the same line! I’ve only tried it once & wasn’t wowed by it, but I’ll have to try it a few more times to fully form an opinion. This looks very interesting, I’ll have to try it! I luv me some Asian cosmetics/skincare!

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    • 7/23/13 17:43 Spring:

      Hi Christi, am wondering if you’re using the Royal Honey Mask the right way. You need a quarter-sized amount and leave on for 10 minutes, until the product turns runny. Then you massage in circular motions until you feel all your dead skin exfoliating off! It’s a really amazing all-in-one exfoliator, deep pore cleanser, and moisturizer. It took care of my oil plugs and a friend’s surface blackheads. My skin felt so soft and clear and brightened after one use, and so did my friend’s. I’m in love with it!

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  • 4/12/13 21:43 Sun:

    I have this. I love it! And its lasting me forever! I have oily skin, so I don’t really use this for hydration. But I use the mist as an anti-inflammation and anti-acne treatment. It calms and shrinks my pimples after a few hours of letting it absorb, and even better overnight. Its basically my cortisone shot. I don’t know if everyone will react the same way, but this has saved my face more than a few times when I had an event the next day. And yum the smell!Though very bitter taste and attracts bugs in the summer lol)

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