What beauty products do you reach for the most? Maybe it’s your lip balm? Perhaps a hand cream. Why not a face mist? Not only is it pleasant and calming to use, but the Adaptogen Soothe + Hydrate Activated Mist is also a way to moisturize your skin all day long—without disrupting makeup.
The vegan, fragrance-free mist is formulated with hyaluronic acid and moisturizing shea butter to increase hydration and help to lock it in. You’ll notice reduced visible sensitivity, thanks to reishi, an adaptogenic mushroom that has been used in TCM and Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years to help reduce signs of stress. The Adapt Mist even has a long-game in mind for your skin, with pentapeptide that can ease skin reactivity the more you use it! It also contains adaptogenic herb ashwagandha, full of antioxidants, iron, and amino acids that work together to ease skin stress.
Here are some ways to add Adaptogen Soothe + Hydrate Activated Mist into your lineup:
Level up your routine
After washing your face, give yourself a generous spritz. Feels nice, right? Then follow up with your usual skincare, serums first. This extra layer of moisture will boost the hydrating abilities of any serums and moisturizers that go on top.
This time of year, we’re embroiled in the moisture-sucking war of cold weather versus artificial heating, and skin often faces increased dehydration. When huddling up in front of the space heater gets a little hot and dry, spray away. The ultra-fine mist can even be spritzed over makeup without disrupting it. Think of it as your personal humidifier.
There are so many ways to incorporate the Adaptogen Soothe + Hydrate Activated Mist into your makeup routine. Prime your skin with it to help give foundations a dewier finish. Use it to dampen your beauty sponge to help reduce streaks and make blending a breeze. After finishing your makeup, give yourself a final spritz of the mist; it will soften the look of powders, giving your makeup a more natural finish.
For more makeup prep tips, check out the latest from pros like Leo Chaparro, Janice Daoud, and more.
Written by Or Gotham for Youth To The People