• Kristin

The Best Face Mists You Should Try Right Now

Now that the air is much drier in Georgia, my skin simply isn't holding on to moisture as it did during the humid months of summer. I have to be very proactive with keeping my skin supple. During winter, my skin is thirsty for more hydration around early afternoon. Gone are the days I wait around until my nighttime routine to give my skin another dose.

2020 is the year face mists became a regular and indulgent part of my skincare lineup, and I want to share two of my favorites with you.

Rosen Skincare Rose Water Face Dew, $24, 4 oz.

This face mist got my skin through this summer unscathed. My skin is a lot more normal to combination during summer. Add to the high humidity of Georgia wearing a face mask ten hours a day, and I'm sure you can imagine the sweaty, shiny mess I can become. I used this mist in place of my moisturizer most days, and it worked beautifully. My skin still got an adequate amount of moisture, but the mist didn't feel heavy or sticky. And bonus--the rosewater gives it the most beautiful, subtle rose scent.

Some of the ingredients include rose water, castor oil, & rose hip oil.

Rosen Skincare can be purchased on their website and now also at Target!

Epara Skincare Hydrating Mist, $56, 3.5 oz.

I've been using the hydrating mist every afternoon for the last couple of months. It absorbs quickly, and leaves a nice suppleness to my skin. I also reapply a moisturizer on top of the mist, and the mist just gives the moisturizer a comforting, effective boost of moisture that lasts the rest of the afternoon.

The Hydrating mist also targets hyperpigmentation, skin flakiness & itching, and smoothness.

Epara Skincare can be purchased on their website, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Net-a-Porter, Revolve, Saks Fifth Avenue, Reformation, and Heyday.

Have you tried either of these facial mists? Tell me about your experience in the comments!