Health & Beauty

5 Face Mists To Heal & Soothe Skin

August 12, 2022

Some face mists will help cool the skin but don’t have any healing or corrective properties. Others are packed with loads of nutrients and other skin-soothing ingredients to help you put your best face forward. From having aromatherapy benefits and offering a boost of antioxidants, to helping purify and moisturize dry or damaged skin, if you haven’t tried a face mist, test out one of these effective products. —Jennifer Cox

If you have sensitive or allergic skin, then you need La Roche Posay’s Toleriane Ultra 8 ($26). This new hydrating mist contains thermal water that hydrates better than a cream and can be applied (and effective) when used on freshly cleaned skin or even skin covered in sweat or makeup. Get 68% more hydration in less than a minute.

The Soothing Face Mist from Glossier ($18) is made from rosewater, which helps to soothe dry or damaged skin in a big way. It also contains aloe for hydration as well as glycerin to lock in moisture. Spritz on throughout the day to start or end your skincare regime, or for a refresher after working out.

With lots of incredibly healing ingredients such as amino and fatty acids, electrolytes, and ceramides, Sweet Biome from Drunk Elephant ($55) supports and replenishes a healthy microbiome while mimicking the components that keep your acid mantle strong, soothed, and balanced. It’s all thanks to unique ingredients like fermented sake extract, kombucha, and hops. It leaves your skin healthy and refreshed.

SkinCeuticals recently announced the launch of Phyto Corrective Essence Mist ($88), a soothing botanical essence mist that strengthens the skin’s barrier and helps reduce blemish-induced redness. It’s easy to use and can be become a part of your morning or nighttime skin routine.

The Glow Mist from Pixi ($20, available at Shoppers Drug Mart) is an all-over face mist for a glowing, luminous, and smooth complexion. It is enriched with 13 natural oils plus propolis, aloe vera, and fruit extracts. Put it on before makeup to hydrate and protect, or after makeup to allow it to set and add a dewy finish.

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  1. Maureen Butler

    October 2nd, 2022 at 6:21 am

    La Roche posay’s is my first choice as I have sensitive skin.

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