May 14, 2013

Etude House I’m Blooming Mist Review

Etude House I'm Blooming Mist

I recently purchased two of the three new Etude House I’m Blooming Mists in the Brightening Mist and Deep Moisture Mist formulas. These actually launched earlier last month in Korea but they have started popping up all around a variety of E-bay shops so I decided it was time to indulge and review.

I’m a huge facial mist person particularly in the Summer so I quickly added these to my list of items to be tried.

Here are some thoughts!

Supposedly, the Etude House I’m Blooming Mist formula is organic and natural contain 93.9% floral extracts in the Brightening formula and 81.9% honey Extra for the Deep Moisture one.

I wouldn’t recommend them for setting makeup however, I would suggest them for misting after your shower or before applying any of your skincare in the evening or the day.

I was expecting them to have a floral scent of some kind but they have virtually no fragrance at all which will be great for those with sensitivities. I admit I was a little disappointed at the lack of fragrance though.

Etude House I'm Blooming Mists

Each bottle is generously sized and around 4.5-5oz each at least. They have a powerful but finer mist that doesn’t soak you after a single application.

After using them a week I notice I get more moisture from the formulas than anything else. I don’t really experience a brightening effect from that particularly formulation. They moisturize skin quite nicely and do a fairly nice job of hydrating skin and prepping it for my moisturizer which in turn absorbs more easily.

If you’re looking for a fine mist that provides some nice moisturizing benefits these are great to replenish your mist stock. If you already have mists that you are currently using no need to run out and purchase these as they are fairly basic without too many bells and whistles.

Anyone try?

Do share!

I got mine from E-bay seller F2PLUS1 (I’m not affiliated with this seller).

I purchased this item.

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  • Michelle

    MUSE! <3 I was looking into purchasing a toner and these seem perfect. I have a question though, my skin is looking a little dull, what would you recommend to bring it back? (It could be that I have been stressed and overtired this week due to finals) and PS did you see Michelle Pham's video for undereye circles? I know you suffer from them too and it just seemed ingenious. I have never seen anyone/heard of anyone using licorice extract.

    • the Muse

      hi michelle perhaps more moisture? I tend to use a ton of sheet masks nightly when my skin is dull and of course exfoliate. moisture always seems to bring my glow back ;-D do you mean michelle phan? I haven’t seen it but will take a look always looking for dark circle eye tips 🙂

  • Ruhi

    Hey there! how much do these cost and can we get an ingredients list? Looks pretty cute.

    • the Muse

      depends where online you purchase ruhi, they range from $9.99-$19.99 from what I’m seeing. I don’t have the ingreds.

    • the Muse

      jane I’d say the moisture formula is a touch more hydrating but not by much. Both leave skin quite nicely hydrated.

  • J.

    I haven’t tried these yet, but I would really like to, they sound really interesting! Good review as well 🙂

  • Miho Mallory

    I’ve been using mine for a little over a week and I quite like it! I have the brightening. I can’t vouch that it brightens well. The scent really was disappointing.. I was hoping for a pretty, delicate floral scent. But I still quite like the product too. The mist is fairly fine indeed! The packaging is so cute.. I’m a sucker haha

    • the Muse

      miho I thought I was alone, I was terribly disappointed it didn’t have a delicate floral scent as well ;D

  • Sasa

    I have just got 3 of them, the sebum, moisture, and brightening : ]

    now~ question ! :

    1. I shouldnt spray one of this one after i have my make up on ?

    2. how should i really use each one of these mist ?

    3. Can i use all 3 of them together ? hahahah

    • the Muse

      i wouldn’t use these to set makeup, the mist is too strong and will mess up your makeup. just mist prior to using any skincare. it’s unnecessary to use three at one time, that’s a little overkill….

  • Sasa

    So, i should use this before my serum, lotion, cream, and bbcream ?

    • the Muse

      yup! before any skincare mist on, wait to dry down, follow up with your skincare regime.

  • Sasa

    i was reading the description, and they are pretty general.
    is there anything more important or specific in how and when i should use each one of them ?

    • the Muse

      if you need oil control use the sebum, for moisture use the moisturizing one, and for brightening the brighten formula (although this didn’t really brighten my face much as mentioned in the review). Hope this helps.

  • belle

    Hi 🙂

    Im pretty unlucky because my skin type is oily and dry and im debating whether i should buy the Etude House I’m blooming Sebum + Deep Moisture Mists OR the Tony Moly Pocket Bunny Sleek + Moist Mists.. hmmm…

    I was wondering, because you have tried them, which did you like better? 🙂

  • belle


    Im pretty unlucky because my skin type is oily and dry and im debating whether i should buy the Etude House I’m blooming Sebum + Deep Moisture Mists OR the Tony Moly Pocket Bunny Sleek + Moist Mists.. hmmm…

    I was wondering, because you have tried them, which did you like better?

    I got my email wrong so i posted this again so i could get an email update haha sorry

    • the Muse

      hi belle I really like the Tony Moly best for my drier skin. It’s one of my favorite mists outside of the Juju Peach Mist 🙂

  • Miezel

    hi! Should I use this after toner or toner first then mist? Thanks 🙂