July 13, 2015

Mist Yourself Madly with These New Facial Mists

Moisturize me, moisturize me! Lady Cassandra got it right! There’s NOTHING like a good moisturizing facial mist.

So go ahead, mist yourself madly with these new facial mists!

new facial mists

Philosophy Renewed Hope Hydrating Facial Mist $24.56
This fine, delicate mist absorbs quickly into skin leaving it lightly hydrated and re-energized!

Yes to Cucumbers Cooling Hydrating Mist $10.99
Formulated for sensitive skin this cooling mist includes a blend of cucumber, aloe, and green tea.

L’occitane Peony Perfecting Mist $24
L’occitane’s new facial mist refresh skin, reduces the appearance of pores, sets makeup, and provides up to eight hours of moisture!

Isaac Mizrahi True Mineral Hydrating Mist
Set your makeup with this light antioxidant rich mist that has a blend of ylang-ylang, lavender, orange, and other essential oils.

Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense Limited Edition $65
A lightweight mist that provides a fresh boost of precious rose flower extracts.

Kate Somerville Nourish Hydrating Firming Mist $48
This alcohol-free anti-aging mist hydrates as well as treats skin with a formulate rich in amino acids as well as Vitamins B, C, and E to improve firmness and elasticity.

Supergood! Defense Refresh Setting Mist SPF 50 $28
Set your makeup, control shine, and protect your skin from harmful UV rays with this facial mist!

Jose Maran Nirvana Hydrating Treatment Mist $38
This hydrating treatment mist nourishes, brightens, and smooths skin with a complex formula of lemon and orange extract as well as sugar cane which supports collagen production and improves skin’s elasticity.

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  • Chynna

    Love everything about this post! I will get the Supergoop one for sunscreen reapplication over makeup and I am looking forward to trying the Josie Maran spray.

    • Isabella Muse

      aw thanks glad to hear it Chynna ! Def want the Supergoop one too!

    • Yamilet

      I found the supergoop mist in a travel size at Sephora! It left an oily residue on my face so I won’t be repurchasing. Everyone’s skin is different and I’m glad I was able to try a smaller size. It has great reviews and a lot of people said it sets matte on them. I’m really curious to try the Yes to Cucumbers ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Jenncess

        I also got the Supergoop as a travel size from Sephora. I love it… I like the matte finish it leaves. I do not have oily skin, so I am sure it reacted differently to me.

        But my dogs love the rosemary scent and would try to lick it off my face.

  • Kimmwc03

    The L’Occitane one is really nice. I’m hoping to try the Josie Maran or Supergoop when I run out of one of the three mists I have now.

  • Tracy

    I’ve read several reports that sunscreen spray can be dangerous and ineffective due to the risk of getting it in your eyes or inhaling some of the ingredients. They say to never spray your face and to spray it in your hands first then apply it to your face. While I love my sunscreen I’d be worried that I was doing more harm than good. Any thoughts on this?

    • Isabella Muse

      I’ve never actually used SPF mist on my face just my body! Perhaps they formulated this safely for facial use?! I’m not sure! I’m going to email the brand!

    • Becky

      The Supergoop spray is a fine mist that you pump out, one spritz at a time. It does have a fragrance so you definitely want to keep your eyes closed but I feel like people keep their eyes closed any time they use a setting spray so it shouldn’t be a problem. I personally also hold my breath with any spray so that I’m not breathing in.. The supergood settles quickly, it’s not like the aerosol sunscreen sprays where it stays in the air a bit. It’s a great way to be able to get added sun protection later in the day.

  • Sandra

    Love the Lady Cassandra reference! Please do tell what the outcome is regarding your email to Super goop! I sampled this product 2 days in a row, and I couldn’t be happier. I have a super oily nose, and only nose, and this stuff mattified better than my de slick. I’m just waiting to run out of that so I can go out and get super goop, but I’m definitely interested to hear what they tell you.

  • Simone

    I love the Lady Cassandra reference, hahaha! Thanks for the post, I love discovering new mists out there.

  • Katherine T.

    Oh no, almost everyone of these has alcohol, fragrance, and/or essential oils that could irritate my face. The Josie one might work, will get a sample at Sephora.