Facial Mists That Will Keep You Cool

After a hot and humid afternoon, there’s nothing better than taking out your fave beauty mist and giving your face a spritz. No matter how sweaty you are, a spray of cool and refreshing water is just what you need! From Herbivore’s Rose Hibiscus Mist to Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir, check out these beauty mists that are guaranteed to keep you cool this season.

Kora Organics Energizing Citrus Mist

Kora Organic’s Energizing Citrus Mist ticks all the boxes. First of all, it will instantly transport you to a lemon grove in the Amalfi Coast thanks to its sweet and refreshing citrusy scent. Secondly, it works as an energizing mist as well as a toner, meaning it will help refine the appearance of pores. Finally, it’s suitable for all skin types (though it works especially well for those prone to oily skin and uneven skin tones). Add this to your morning routine post-cleansing and pre-serum or moisturizer. And, of course, pop it into your bag for on-the-go spritzing all day long.

Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist

Say goodbye to a sweaty mess and hello to dewy skin! Tatcha’s Luminous Dewy Skin Mist is known as one of the finest mists on the market. It combats dullness, dry skin, and fine lines and wrinkles, offering a boost of hydration (something that is much needed by your skin on a sweltering summer’s day). Seriously, your skin will feel like silk post-spritz! Containing botanical oils, red algae, and hyaluronic acid, this mist will nourish the skin in an instant. An added bonus is that Tatcha’s Skin Mist is versatile –– apply it before your makeup as the perfect prep product or spritz throughout the day to replenish your dewy glow and prevent makeup from caking (a problem we all deal with during the hot months).

Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Coconut Water Hydrating Face Mist

Rose, hibiscus, AND coconut? Sounds like heaven to us! Herbivore’s Rose Hibiscus Coconut Water Hydrating Face Mist is pretty much as magical as it sounds. It contains a base of aloe leaf and coconut water, which is then infused with hibiscus and rose flower petals. Together these properties work to moisturize, tone, and soften skin. It can be used on clean skin, post-cleanser, to minimize redness and the appearance of acne, thanks to the salicylic acid naturally found in aloe leaf water. Or, of course, it also makes for the perfect mid-day refresher –– we all need a little afternoon boost at the office.

Farmacy Skin Dew Hydrating Essence Mist & Setting Spray

Farmacy’s Skin Dew Hydrating Essence Mist & Setting Spray is all about hydration and skin nourishment. Yes, it’s refreshing as anything, but it also works to combat dry or dull skin and uneven skin tones. This product is free from any harsh chemicals, and instead uses a blend of horsetail juice, vitamin C, tannins, mineral salts, and essential oils (rosemary, bergamot, and peppermint, to name a few), which work to create the ultimate aroma. The brand’s patented Echinacea GreenEnvy ingredient, which actually supports the growth of natural collagen, is added to the mix for unparalleled skin benefits. Reapply throughout the day (two to three spritzes are recommended) for maximum rejuvenation!

Caudalie Beauty Elixir

There’s no way we could finish this article without mentioning one particular cult favourite. Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir is dubbed a “complexion treatment,” and this ultra-fine toning mist was inspired by Queen Isabelle of Hungary’s famous elixir of youth. The scent instantly calms, thanks to the mint, rose, and rosemary oil it’s infused with. Though it’s known for offering a burst of radiance anytime of day, it is also frequently cited as a must-have product by celebrity makeup artists who use it as a setting spray between layers of makeup.





Emily Southey
Emily Southey is a freelance writer from Vancouver. Currently based in Toronto, it was during her time studying History and English at McGill and University College London that she became interested in writing. When she's not working, you can typically find her in a museum, baking cupcakes, watching Disney musicals, or Instagramming her new favourite coffee spot.