What Are Korean Face Mists? And Why You Need Them!


In Korea, it is very common to see people spritzing their face with mist in public. Although it is important to follow a day and night time skincare routine, your skin may need an extra boost throughout the day as well. And here is why face mists are important!

What do they do?

Although most mists are designed for hydrating the skin, many of them also contain vitamins or antioxidants to provide your skin with even more nutrients. Since our skin tends to heat up during the hot weather, spraying mist over our faces can help calm it down. It can prevent the production of oils and therefore reduce the clogging of pores and acne. Some of them can even increase the longevity of our makeup or give our skin extra glow.

How do I use them?

Facial mists are most effective when they are applied before moisturizing products, so right after toner. However, they can also be used for a glowey and dewy makeup base. If you spritz it on your makeup sponge or on top of your makeup, you skin will get a beautiful and healthy glow. Since they typically are packaged in travel sized containers, they are easy to carry around with you in your bag, so you will have your face mist available to you at any time of the day! Whenever your skin is feeling heated or dehydrated, just give it a few sprays and your skin will feel rejuvenated! Try to keep the bottle around 20-30 cm away from your face and remember to keep your eyes closed.

I hope this post was helpful! Will you try to use a face mist this summer? Have you ever used one before?

 

image source: agirlobsessedblog.com

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