Juice Beauty is a brand known for having 70% (or more) certified organic ingredients in their products. Their hydrating mist caught my eyes on Sephora as a toning hydrating mist, thought I should give it a try.
This mist is said to be a blend of:
– Organic Grape juice: rich in resveratrol and antioxidants to help promote beautiful skin
– Organic Rose Hip fruit: derived from the rose plant, rich in vitamin C and essential fatty acids
– Organic Aloe: rich in glycoproteins and soothing properties to help improve hydration and skin’s natural moisture content.
The purposes are similar to the other 2 sprays – refresh the skin and reviving makeup on the side, and it feels the same on the skin too, refreshing and cooling, especially if the bottle is stored in the fridge.
However, the nozzle is not the best in producing continuous sprays and the product comes out of it is more like a splash to the face instead of a mist. If Juice Beauty puts the liquid in a aerosol can, I would have enjoyed the spray much more.
Ingredients: Juices of Vitis Vinifera (White grape juice)*, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe juice)*, Vegetable Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Levulinate, Sodium Anisate, Rosa Canina (Rosehip Fruit extract)*, Decyl Glucoside, Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/ Succinate, Vitis Vinifera (Grape Seed Extract), etc.
For the fact that this mist has a much longer ingredient list, I expect it to do wonder for the skin, more than just refreshing it. I like the thought of giving my skin extra skin care effects but they are not easy to confirm within a few weeks of testing. I would reserve this mist for winter when the skin needs extra help and go for the standard mineralizing sprays for summer.
It is vegan, parabens/ petroleum/ propylene or butylene glycol/ pesticides, artificial dyes and synthetic fragrance free (but note it does have a light rose scent). The bottle is 6.75oz/ 200ml, $28, sure is a premium compared to the mineralizing facial sprays.