HERBIVORE ROSE HIBISCUS COCONUT WATER FACE MIST


Hello buttercups! Sorry for the long delay. I have been working really hard. Here's another product from my rose beauty product haul that I purchased during the Christmas holiday --  and yes it's still available to buy at Sephora, Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Coconut Water Face Mist. Herbivore is cruelty-free and uses natural ingredients in their products. As you already know, I'm also a coconut fiend so this little spritzer is just right for me. Stay Beautiful! XOXO

A hydrating toner featuring coconut water, Bulgarian rose, and hibiscus. Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist is created with pure plant actives and no fillers. A base of coconut water is infused with youth-boosting hibiscus petals and moisture-enhancing Bulgarian rose to tone, hydrate, and soften all skin types.


Formula: The spray smells like genuine, fresh roses with a twinge of coconut but it's mostly a subtle rose fragrance. You can spray or pat it on the face after cleansing, moisturizer and as a final step following foundation application to lock in make-up. The spritz is light and non-sticky and does not interfere with other cosmetics, such as making foundation run or flake off. I'm also happy to report that the spray mechanism is on point and one pump covers the face. Also, the bottle is made of a heavy weight glass that looks fabulous on your vanity table, just make sure to handle it with care.  This is one of my most loved face mist's because it's so light and refreshing and it's on the affordable side of facial water products with a decent fill weight to boot.

Availability: Sephora, Hebivore Rose Mist, $32, 4 oz
VENUS LOVES VIRGO

3 comments:

  1. This sounds lovely! I'm so bad at handling glass bottles though. I'm so clumsy and always drop them...

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