Body mists’ purpose, function, and the concentration of ingredients in the formulae differ from mists formulated for your face. In general, body mists aren’t made for facial skin. Applying them to your face can irritate your skin, causing redness, itching, burning, and stinging. Sticking to mists formulated for your face will benefit you more in the long term.
Primarily body mists provide a hydrating boost to dry skin, delivering moisture for a plumper appearance. They can also help cool you down in the mids of a heatwave, make you glow or help you unwind after a long stressful day at work.
Have you ever wondered why some body mist fragrances last longer than others? Why do some scents fade fast while others linger about? Well, it all comes down to fixatives.
From cooling and hydrating to refreshing and energising, body mists are an easy way to revive the skin, providing a much-needed pick me up with a hint of fragrance. Whether you like a refreshing burst of citrus or prefer a soothing smell of lavender, they are ideal for refreshing your mind with a spritz of fresh aromatherapy. Yet, their tantalising scent doesn’t seem to linger for long.
Uplifting and moisturising, DIY Jasmine Body Mist will keep you smelling fresh without being overpowering. To make the most out of Jasmine Body Mist, spray it generously directly to the skin before and after applying complementary body oil or lotion. Top up throughout the day.