The Facial Mists

Made From Beauty Facial Mists I am a total skincare junkie. I love trying out new things, layering up my products to give my skin the things it needs. So facial mists are my dream! Easy and quick to use, and oh so luxurious! The first facial mist I tried was the Caudalíe Beauty Elixir. After hearing lots about it from FleurDeForce I thought it would be a great addition to my skincare. I’m not one that is massively into toning my skin (expect if it’s an acid toner, a post coming on that soon) but the Caudalíe Beauty Elixir is one that I have fallen in love with. It’s a refreshing spritz of peppermint and rosemary, that feels great in the warmer months. I recently  picked up another bottle in my Space NK Haul because I missed it so much.

Made From Beauty The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist
The next spray I picked up was the Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist. This is a great option if your skin is lacking in moisture. Give your fave a quick spray before applying your moisturiser and you’ll have another layer of moisture to keep skin plump, when your skin feels a little dry and it will even refresh your makeup throughout the day.

Made From Beauty Omorovicza Queen of Hungary MistThe final facial mist I have in rotation is the Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist, another blogger enabled purchase. This time it was blogger Amelia Liana, when she raved about it in her Skincare Routine, I desperately wanted it. With my first pay packet, I treated myself to this little bottle of glorious luxury. Despite how fancy this product makes me feel, let’s be honest, these facial sprays aren’t ever going to be life changing in the skin department, so I probably wouldn’t repurchase this. It’s a really lovely way to tone the skin, and if it’s within your price range I would check it out, but for me it’s really not.

Do you use a facial mist in your skincare routine? Or maybe they are something new to you? Let me know in the comments below.