YBP Hydrating Serum Mist

On towards the last of my YBP skincare products, today I'm going to talk about the Hydrating Serum Mist, which I had purchased along with the Plant Remedy Skin Salve, reviewed HERE, when my skin was going through a rough patch. Their Plant Remedy Skin Elixir is also reviewed in detail HERE

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I have been a huge fan of spritzing lavender water all over my face for the longest time, and the one by Kama Ayurveda - Reviewed HERE is a favourite that I will continue to repurchase. So, I wasn't really on the hunt for another mist/toner but I saw this on the website and thought that the ingredients looked apt for my skin concerns.
Now that my bottle is almost finished, I'm positive that this Hydrating Serum Mist will make its way back into my stash someday.

The green tinted mist is packaged in a blue glass bottle with a spray nozzle and cap. The nozzle doesn't create a fine mist, but it performs averagely. I use around 3 pumps of it for my face and 1 for my neck.

The formula of the serum mist took me by surprise. It looks like water but as soon as you dispense it and start smoothing it over, you can feel a slight slip to it before it sinks in completely. It was a unique experience for me and I definitely got excited. Once absorbed, it leaves the skin looking and feeling plump, soft and happy. 

Since I have very dry skin, I always feel the need to build more hydration and lock it in, so my routine consists of following with an essence then salve/oil depending on the time of day. If you have normal-oily skin, this serum mist might give you all the hydration you need & you can top it off with any moisturizer. 

Juniper Berry Hydrosol (Juniperus Communis), Marshmallow Extract (Althaea Officinalis), Calendula Flower Extract (Calendula Officinalis), Hibiscus Flower Extract (Hibiscus Sabdariffa), Sodium Hyaluronate (Naturally-derived, Eco-cert), Xylitylglucoside + Anhydroxylitol + Xylitol (Naturally-derived, Eco-cert), Propanediol (Naturally-derived, NPA Certified), Arisaema Amurense Extract, Chlorophyll (Naturally-derived, Eco-cert), Citrus Junos Seed Extract + Illicium Verum Fruit Extract (Anise) + Citrus Paradisi Seed Extract (Grapefruit) + Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract (Natural Preservative, Eco-cert)

I was particularly interested in this product because of the ingredients. Juniper berry hydrosol was a completely new thing for me and after reading about its benefits on the skin, I really wanted to give it a try. It smells wonderful in my opinion...light and fresh like some mountain herb. Too bad it doesn't linger, I wouldn't mind a perfume version of it!

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Overall, my experience with the serum mist was good. It was definitely more hydrating than the lavender water I always used, with a scent that makes me smile each time I spritz it on. With regular use, my skin looked plump, softer and it also helped to calm down the redness from occasional breakouts. 

It layers well under the Plant Remedy skin elixir, the skin salve and the calendula healing salve. YBP Calendula Salve Reviewed HERE. I don't wear makeup often so I cannot comment on how well it performs under that.


Price: 1750 INR for 100ml

To sum up, the Hydrating Serum Mist is a nice pick for those who are looking for a face mist with natural and potent ingredients that can help support healthy skin function while delivering the hydration that every skin needs.

xoxo,
Smriti

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