Why you need to use a facial mist
A facial mist is a facial mist, right? Well, it might surprise you, but there are loads of facial mists out there that actually target many different skin issues.
So, which one should you be using, and how? Check out the video above to discover three different facial mists, their benefits and exactly how to use them.
If you don’t feel like watching the video, get the lowdown on each of the mists below…
WHAT DOES IT DO? Soothes inflammation, hydrates, calms redness, and helps to repair the skin’s protective barrier.
WHAT SKIN TYPE IS IT BEST FOR? Sensitive skin.
HOW DO I USE IT? Apply this mist like you would a toner – after cleansing, spray over face and neck, and follow with your serum and moisturiser. You can also spray it onto your fingertips and apply to skin using light, upward strokes.
WHAT DOES IT DO? Full of antioxidants which help to protect the skin against pollution, smoke and the environment. Also helps to regulate the skin’s pH levels, and keep it hydrated.
WHAT SKIN TYPE IS IT BEST FOR? If you’ve got dull, tired-looking and stressed out skin, this is for you.
HOW DO I USE IT? Apply in the morning and night by spraying it at an arms length, then follow with your moisturiser. You can even spray it over your make-up to help set it and give your skin an instant hit of hydration.
WHAT DOES IT DO? There’s a misconception about thermal spring water that it’s ‘just a water’. It’s more than that – it’s like a supercharged water that contains minerals and trace elements to help instantly soothe, refresh, and hydrate skin. It can also be used for a range of everyday skin irritations including sunburn, razor burn, facial redness, itching, post-depilatory irritation, eczema and nappy rash.
WHAT SKIN TYPE IS IT BEST FOR? All skin types, even the whole family!
HOW DO I USE IT? Spray onto your face or body and let it absorb into the skin for two to three minutes.
bh tip: Don’t shake the bottle as it can clog the nozzle!
Do you use a facial mist? What is your favourite facial mist and how do you use it?