If you think moisturising your skin twice daily is enough to give it the necessary hydration think again. Believe it or not face mists matter more than you think because this unsung hero is so much more than just an additional step in your skincare routine. So, if you’re not obsessed with this skin care hero already, we bet you will be by the end of this article.

Why are face mists important?
 

Why are face mists important?

Facial mists can add a quick surge of moisture to your skin at any time of the day. It refreshes your skin even if you’re wearing makeup and makes your face look glowy. Another reason why face mists have become a big deal is because of the influence of K-beauty on the beauty world. Korean women carry a travel-size bottle in their bag at all times and spritz it while sitting in a café or walking down the street.

What kind of face mist is best for your skin?
 

What kind of face mist is best for your skin?

  • Dry skin: Hyaluronic acid and squalane instantly hydrate skin and plump up skin cells, therefore look for a face mist with these two ingredients.
  • Oily and acne prone skin: Opt for face mists that do not contain pore clogging ingrdeints such as oil and silicones. Naturally soothing ingredients such as tea tree, rose and aloe based face mists work best for this skin type.
  • Normal and combination skin: This skin type can get away with using a wide range of ingredients meant for both dry and oily/acne prone skin. You can also invest in face mists that contain antioxidants to combat the effects of pollution on skin.  

How to use them?
 

How to use them?

Now that you know face mist is the hero product your skincare routine has been missing. Let’s find out how to use them.

Well guess what, there’s no hard and fast rule when it comes to using face mists. Carry a bottle in your bag and spritz some whenever your skin feels dry or uncomfortable. Whether you’re travelling and constantly under the effects of pollution or sitting at your desk where your skin is exposed to the drying air of the air conditioners, using face mists will definitely change your skincare game.