Koreans Are Obsessed With Face Mists – You Should Too
Face mist might seem so fancy but how does it actually work? It’s a hype among beauty influencers and other than keeping your face fresh, we know a lot of you still question if there’s anything else to it.
If you’ve ever walked around Seoul, chances are, you’ll find someone spritzing away their face with face mists. Glow Recipe, a Korea beauty e-retailer, Glow Recipe said, “We definitely see women spritzing them all the time—in public transportation, at cafes, on streets.” It’s a huge deal in Korea!
So if you’re obsessed over smooth, gorgeous glass-skin, you’ll want to keep a bottle of mist in your bag because Korean women are all about 24/7 hydration.
Why are face mists amazing?
Majority of the face mists out there are designed to help keep the skin hydrated. But there are also those formulated to tone the skin, set makeup, act as serum to nourish skin as well as to cool down the skin.
Besides, research has found that the production of sebum that clogs pores and form pimples increases if your skin’s temperature is high. Founder of Peach & Lily, a K-beauty e-commerce site, Alicia Yoon, explains that this can cause oiliness and breakouts. Hence, it is important to keep the skin hydrated.
“When your skin is dehydrated, its protective barrier gets weaker, which means collagen and elastin can break down faster.”
On the other hand, when your skin is moisturised, you’ll most likely achieve a smoother and glowier skin in the long run.
Face mists are super easy to use and they’re travel-friendly too. So whenever you feel like your skin is drying out, uncomfortable and tight during the day — just spray your face away. Yes, even if your makeup is on! Doing this will help your makeup last even longer while leaving your skin fresh and dewy.
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