5 Easy DIY Face Mist To Rejuvenate Your Skin

Mad4Her By Nandita uppal | 3 min read

DIY face mist

A face mist may appear to be nothing more than just nicely packed water in a fancy bottle, but we assure you it is much more. Face mist helps your skin by providing moisture, antioxidants, and radiance it craves for. A good face mist should contain nutrient-rich substances.

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A face mist could be compared to serum’s sister. Even though it is more liquidy, it is still healthy and nutrient-rich. A fantastic face mist can be used at any time of day or night on bare or makeup-covered skin. Additionally, it ought to be energizing and pleasing.

The cheapest, cleanest, and most environmentally friendly option is to make your face mist at home because you can create a mixture with whatever is already in your kitchen without generating waste or exposing your skin to possibly harmful chemicals.

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Here are a few recipes for homemade facial mists.

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1. Cucumber And Mint: On-The-Go Face Mist

Slices of cucumber are frequently used to reduce eye swelling and inflammation and dark circles. While the coolness of cucumber straight from the refrigerator may be the main active ingredient, research shows that the seeds also contain essential minerals that ease skin irritations, lessen swelling, and relieve sunburn.

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What you will need:

  • Cucumber
  • Mint leaves
  • Lemon
  • Aloe vera gel
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How to make it:

  • Make a purée including one peeled and sliced cucumber, a bunch of fresh mint leaves, and aloe vera gel.
  • Strain the mixture into a spray bottle halfway with juice.
  • Add a spritz of lemon.
  • Shake, store, and use it after chilling it in the fridge.

2. Lavender Face Mist: Pick-Me-Up

Lavender can help with mood, anxiety, and stress. It can also assist balance your skin’s natural flora and soothe irritation.

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What you will need:

  • Distilled water
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Aloe vera juice
  • Almond oil
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How to make it:

  • Combine all of the ingredients in a small spray bottle.
  • Shake it with the lid on top. It can be kept in a cabinet or the refrigerator.
  • If you are using this recipe in summer, it’s advised to store it in a cool place for that extra freshness.

3. Tea Tree Face Mist: Go-Away-Acne

Tea tree oil is a popular acne treatment due to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. It is thought to reduce redness, puffiness, and inflammation. This face mist infused in tea tree oil might help to prevent and decrease acne scarring, leaving you with clear, flawless skin.

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What you will need:

  • Tea tree essential oil
  • Vitamin E oil
  • Distilled water
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How to make it :

  • Fill a small spray bottle halfway with distilled water.
  • Add a few drops of both tea tree and Vitamin E essential oil.
  • Give it a good shake, and your face mist is ready to use.
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4. Citrus-fresh Face Mist

Citrus fruits, such as lemon and orange, are high in Vitamin C and are extremely beneficial to your skin. While the fruits themself are extremely helpful to your health, the peels are not to be overlooked!

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People typically discard the peels of lemons and oranges after extracting the juice. Those peels are just as nutritious as the fruit itself. They’re full of antioxidants, antibacterial, and mineral superpowers. They can be utilized for a variety of skincare applications when applied correctly.

What you will need:

  • Orange peel
  • Lemon peel
  • Vitamin E essential oil
  • Purified or distilled water

How to make it:

  • Break open two Vitamin E oil capsules and pour the oil into a spray bottle.
  • Peel both orange and lemon and add a little quantity of zest (peel) to the spray bottle as well.
  • Finish by adding distilled water.
  • After that, give the bottle a quick shake and your face mist is ready to be used.
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5. Bloom-it-up Face Mist

Who doesn’t enjoy some flower action? Whether it’s roses or lilies, these stunning blooms are delicate but forceful. Because of their soothing properties, roses have been utilized in skin care regimens since ancient times.

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Rose petals have anti-bacterial qualities, making them an effective treatment for acne and outbreaks. It also aids in the lightening of fine wrinkles on the face.

What you will need:

  • Rose petals
  • Purified water
  • Your choice of essential oil (optional)
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How to make it:

  • In a pan, bring the rose petals to a boil in water.
  • Allow the rose water to cool.
  • Fill a spray bottle halfway with water after straining the petals.
  • Shake in a few drops of essential oil you have.
  • Keep this face mist in the fridge or a cool place.

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