Cooling mist with antibacterial properties / 3.38 oz
May Lindstrom The Jasmine Garden Botanical Facial Mist initially made us think, “Oh, that’s nice.” After a few days, though, we were in the “I cannot live without this magical spray!!” camp.
There are many things to love here. The Jasmine Garden feels cooling and calming, and layered between products in your routine, it can help lock in moisture. The fine mist sets makeup beautifully, too. Two of its key ingredients are powerful, pore-purifying anti-inflammatories: witch hazel, a natural toner, and colloidal silver, which also boasts antibacterial properties. But The Jasmine Garden’s lush blend of jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang, vanilla, and cocoa is what first hooks you: once you start using it regularly, you won’t want to stop. You may actually be tempted to do a full-body spray with it multiple times daily.
Those of us who need to be slightly more parsimonious with it, however, could start by spritzing it on after cleansing and certainly before applying a facial oil or moisturizer, like The Youth Dew or The Blue Cocoon. It’s also the perfect final skin-freshening step after makeup application, and if you use either The Honey Mud or The Problem Solver as a mask, you can spritz it on top to loosen those formulas just before rinsing.
How to Use
- Colloidal silver has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties
- Jasmine helps balance moisture levels while its aroma has a relaxing effect on the nervous system
pure water (aqua), *hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), argentum metallicum (silver), jasmine grandiflorum absolute, caprylic/capric triglyceride, jasminum officinale (jasmine) extract, *rosa damascene (rose) oil, *cananga odorata (ylang-ylang) oil, *vanilla planifolia CO2 total essential oil, theobrama cacao (cocoa) oil.
pure water (aqua), *hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), argentum metallicum (silver), jasmine gra...
“This mist provides some moisture without leaving my oily skin looking greasy. I have also noticed that while I was constantly using it, I hardly had any blemishes. I like to put it in the fridge and spritz my face after I complete my makeup. The cold spritz of the mist gives my skin a fresh, slightly dewy appearance.”