Now that's officially Summer, makeup setting sprays are a must - in my opinion. Humidity is makeup's worst enemy, but quick spritz or two of a makeup setting spray can really help to keep your face looking fresh all day long. I've been trying out First Aid Beauty's Vitamin Hydrating Mist* ($20), which doubles as a refreshing mist and makeup setting spray.
"FAB Vitamin Hydrating Mist is an alcohol-free formulation designed to reawaken skin, restore hydration, and protect from environmental aggressors. It is packed with skin-energizing ingredients and enriched with a unique cocktail of vitamins to replenish and revive, moisture-rich humectants to soothe and hydrate, and the botanical-rich FAB antioxidant booster to combat environmental aggressors. A citrus herb blend of aromatic oils immediately energizes and invigorates skin on contact making it the ideal antidote to low humidity conditions, such as sun, wind, and travel. The spray also works perfectly to set makeup." - Sephora
This 2 oz bottle is small enough to easily pop in your purse for quick spritzes throughout the day. Although the bottle says that this product is fragrance free, I'd have to disagree. There's a definite fruity/citrusy scent to this mist, which I find to be really invigorating! The ingredients include witch hazel extract, bergamot fruit water, orange peel extract, sandalwood extract, and grapefruit peel extract, which all contribute to the lovely fragrance. This product has been allergy tested, so it should be safe to use for those with sensitive skin. I like to use this product as a refresher throughout the day, but like I mentioned before, you can also use this as a makeup setting spray.
If you're looking for a cruelty free, portable hydrating mist, then I think you'll love this one from First Aid Beauty! Additionally, this product is made without parabens, sulfates, phthalates, and it's vegan.
Have you tried out First Aid Beauty's Vitamin Hydrating Mist, or any other similar products before? What are your tips and tricks to keep your makeup looking great despite Summer humidity?