Pixi By Petra is one of those brands that just gets it! They are consistently coming out with new and innovative products. Over the last few years, they have added quite a few facial mists and serums to the lineup. So when I received a box with four of their facial mists, I was pretty excited. Come along as I get to misting and give you my thoughts on each…
Vitamin Wakeup Mist
This vitamin boosting treatment that’s made with orange blossom and grapefruit peel wakes up your skin up. Once you do your morning cleanse follow it up with this mist before adding anything else. It immediately invigorates and revitalizes the skin, and since I suffer from insomnia, this is a plus.
Hydrating Milky Mist
This featherlight mist with hyaluronic acid works well to hydrate and soothe the skin. If you have dry skin, this is your new BFF! I like to use it right after adding my moisturizer to layer and lock in moisture. And I must mention that it smells amazing.
Hugs and kisses for this one, because it’s one of my faves. I’ve been spritzing with it for a while and can’t seem to put it down. I keep a bottle with me at all times so I can refresh my skin all throughout the day. I also like to use it when I want my makeup to have a dewy, flawless finish. This mist is jammed packed with 13 amazing natural oils along with aloe and propolis, and can be used to set makeup, refresh makeup, as a primer or just for a little extra hydration as you go through your day.
Makeup Fixing Mist
For long wearing makeup, this setting mist does wonders. It prolongs your makeup, and keeps it from moving, melting, and settling into fine lines or pores. I’m not quite sure if it kept my makeup from melting or settling, more testing needs to be done. However, I can say that this rose water and green tea infused mist did an excellent job of setting my makeup. It left my skin feeling hydrated and breathable.
These mist can be used alone, or you can layer them by doing a little multi-misting. All that’s left is to wake up and makeup!
Have you tried any of the Pixi Face Mist, if so which are your favorites?