I’m kinda obsessed with Skin Food Facial Water Vita Mists at the moment so brace yourselves for reviews. Skin Food Facial Water Vita-B Mist is one of three facial mists that quite reminds me of the old Skin Food Lettuce and Cucumber Water Mist from back in the day (do they even make it anymore?).
Let’s take a peek!
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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Looks like my run in with NYX’s Matte Finish Makeup Setting Spray was a fluke! NYX Dewy Finish Long Lasting Makeup Setting Spray ended up working out a whole lot better for me considering I had a few hiccups with the spritzer on the bottle of Matte Finish I recently reviewed.
NYX Makeup Setting Sprays are lightweight mists that where recently introduced and come in a matte or dewy finish that prolong your makeup wear.
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NYX Matte Finish Long Lasting Setting Spray is one of two new setting sprays the brand introduced for Spring 2013. These are 2 oz bottles for $8 each.
I’m a little iffy on Setting Sprays as I’m always sorta wary of spritzing a just made up face with what is essentially water combined with some other ingredients. It’s kinda like, wait, hold on a second, I just did my makeup now you want me to mist myself madly with water? Ummm no…!
But actually some do have benefits. Particularly if you’re a mineral girl or you use powder to set. A small amount of setting mist actually will give your makeup a more refined finish and in some cases they really do prolong the wear of makeup.
Does NYX’s version work?
You probably remember my love of Sana’s Hadanomy Collection from last year. This year, Sana has introduced a new selection of these hydrating skincare products with a new formula.
Placenta extract is supposedly huge in Japan at the moment. No great surprise as unusual ingredients including snail slime and bird’s nest are typical trendings in Asia.
I’m unsure exactly what sort of placenta is involved in the making of the Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Collection. The placenta is marine derived which according to a few sites is actually from the Hokkaido Salmon. Kinda sorta skeptical how much placenta actually goes into the makings of products like this though!
Either way Sana Hadanomy Aqua Placenta Moisturizing Lotion Mist quickly made it onto my must buy list.
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