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The 411 on Face Mists

What exactly are face mists? And the bigger question is, do you really need to use one? What you may not know is that face mists are the latest triple threat in skincare. They hydrate, tone, and brighten your skin. Use them after your shower, on the go, or after a workout. If you are looking for a little extra hydration or brightening throughout the day, a face mist is your best option. Use one to refresh your makeup halfway through the day without having to pack on another layer of product, or slip one in your carry-on when your are boarding a flight. Whatever your pick-me-up needs, a face mist is the perfect daily remedy.

  • Face Mists 1 of 6
    faceMists

    Get an instant pick-me-up with one of these hydrating sprays!

  • Caudalie Beauty Elixir 2 of 6
    Caudalie

    Use it as a toner after you wash your face and feel the essential oils melt into your skin. I love the fresh scent and how my skin glows all day. 

    Get it at Sephora, $18-$49

  • Jurlique Rose Water Balancing Mist 3 of 6
    Jurlique

    This gentle formula is perfect for sensitive or oily/combination skin types, not to mention it smells amazing! 

    Get it at Jurlique, $22-$34

  • Evian Mineral Water Spray 4 of 6
    Evian

    This is my favorite travel companion. I buy the travel size for all of my flights and spritz my face and decollate throughout the flight. It's my best-kept beauty travel secret! 

    Get it at Sephora, $12-$18

  • Josie Maran Rosie Mist 5 of 6
    Josie Mist

    The subtle rose scent is dreamy, and the Moroccan rose oil makes my skin baby soft. 

    Get it at Sephora, $24

  • Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray 6 of 6
    Clinique

    This oil-free moisture mist feels just like water replenishing your skin. Another great choice for the sensitive skin types. 

    Get it at Clinique, $22

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