10 Multi-Tasking Face Mists To Try

Once a treat rather than a staple, facial mists now come with a raft of extra benefits in addition to the usual hydration. From protecting against pollution to boosting collagen and glow, some even prime and blur the skin so effectively, you might think about forgoing your foundation. Interested? Here are the ones worth trying…

Disciple Skincare Balancing Mist, £15

With copper peptides and oil-balancing geranium water, a single spritz of Disciple’s mist locks down moisture into the skin, while protecting its barrier, too. Soothing and refreshing, it doubles up as a toner to keep your complexion vibrant and dewy all day long. 

Available at CultBeauty.com 


Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Perfect Skin Mist, £33

Skin looking lacklustre? Wake up your complexion with Dr Dennis Gross’ collagen-boosting mist. Laced with vitamin C and amino acids, it repairs dead or sluggish skin cells, while boosting turnover for a more radiant appearance. Plus, free radical-fighting antioxidants mean skin gets an extra layer of protection from pollutants to minimise damage – it sits beautifully underneath or on top of make-up, too.

Available at SpaceNK.com 


Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra-Fine Mist, £25

Watermelon is the latest ingredient to know, and for good reason. Contributing to the success of this ultra-fine mist, a few spritzes gently coats the skin with moisturising hyaluronic acid, while hibiscus flower AHAs refine and smooth. The addition of in-built oils means skin gets left with a dewy glow, too. 

Available at CultBeauty.com 


Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist, £14

Make up artists frequently use rose water as a setting spray, to lock everything into place without the stickiness, and that’s exactly what Herbivore’s mist does. Made with plant-based ingredients and antioxidant-rich rose, it keeps skin hydrated and make-up firmly in place, while witch hazel works to take down inflammation.

Available at CultBeauty.com 


Jordan Samuel Skin Hydrate The Mist, £26

New brand Jordan Samuel is making big waves in the beauty industry. This soothing mist delivers hydration (thanks to glycerine), but also gives skin a healthy glow like no other. Created to add a subtle sheen, it uses cucumber and red seaweed extract to layer a veil of glossiness. Use it to refresh your make-up when it’s starting to dry out. 

Available at CultBeauty.com


MILK Blur Spray, £23.75

Is it a powder? Is it a primer? Is it a setting spray? In short, it’s a bit of everything. Using blurring microsphere technology, a generous misting reduces the appearance of pores, fine lines and imperfections for an airbrushed finish. A great alternative to physical powders, the weightless formula doesn’t leave drop marks, it just tackles any shine with a matte, but sheer finish. The added benefit is it’s cruelty-free and vegan, too.

Available at CultBeauty.com 


Saturday Skin Daily Dew Hydrating Essence Mist, £27

Celebrities and skincare aficionados swear by this brand, and it’s easy to see why. Not only do the products smell amazing, but they offer quick results, too. Our favourite is this cleansing mist. Whether it’s to prep skin for make-up, to use post-cleanse or to restore lost moisture throughout the day, a cocktail of fruit extracts has you covered. With kiwi and white grape working to block free radicals for instantly vitality, it’s also free of parabens and artificial nasties, so sensitive skin types can use it too.  

Available at CultBeauty.com


Fenty What It Dew Make-Up Refreshing Spray, £24

The name gives it all away – this is dewiness bottled. Rose-scented, it works as a hydrator to prep skin before make-up or to set it with a luminous sheen once applied. Whichever way it’s used, a long-lasting non-sticky glow is guaranteed. You only need a couple of spritzes, so the bottle will last for months, too. 

Available at HarveyNichols.com


Oskia Adaptive Tan Mist, £54

One of the best tanning mists we’ve tried, this gives a post-vacation like glow and is brilliant for extending your summer tan. You have to spray a lot to notice a difference, which makes it safe for tan novices. It’s also packed with vitamins A, C, E and provitamin B5 to keep skin feeling plump and strong. The best bit? It’s incredibly versatile and can be used on the body as well as the face – no rubbing in necessary. 

Available at CultBeauty.com


Caudalie Beauty Elixir, £32

Jam-packed with antioxidants, Caudalie’s cult beauty elixir has been designed to leave skin feeling refreshed and revived. Botanical ingredients – think grape, rosemary, orange blossom, rose, myrrh and organic balm mint – keep skin plump and glowing, while delivering a natural shot of energy to tired skin. Plus, the holistic scent is heavenly.

Available at SpaceNK.com

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