This Natural Jasmine Face Mist Spray offers hydration and an aroma therapeutic sensation along with a punch of anti-oxidants. It also keeps your skin moisturized, balances your skin’s oil production and keeps your skin feeling fresh – day and night.
Comes in a Handy & Easy-To-Carry Spray Bottle and goes with you wherever you go!
Free from PARABENS, SULPHATES (SLS/ SLES) & PETROCHEMICALS.
INR 250 for 50 ml
Aloe Vera, jasmine water, lemon juice, natural honey, purified water, phenoxyethanol
Directions to Use:
Hold the Mist about 5-6 inches away from your face and spray with your eyes closed. Let it sit for a minute or so and then blot off the excess with a clean tissue or towel.
My Experience with Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist:
I am not at all a fan of Jasmine fragrance. It gives me headache and makes my skin feel uncomfortable too. But, that didn’t stop me from trying this Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist out! In fact, I was psyched since I had never tried any product from this brand. Before starting the review, let me state that my skin is quite rough and tough. *touchwood* I don’t get skin rashes, irritation or pimples easily. The only time my skin gets oily is during monsoon, because it’s, well, monsoon!
It comes in a tiny and very handy transparent bottle. It has got this Bio Bloom hologram on it, plus all the other details of the product printed over two stickers. It has a cap over the spray pump which makes it easy to store, and travel friendly too. The see through packaging, of course, makes it easy to ascertain how much of the product is left.
As I mentioned earlier, I am not a fan of Jasmine fragrance, but I was pleasantly surprised to use this one. It has jasmine water, but that does not irritate my nose or give me headache. I feel every jasmine product must have the fragrance in right quantity, just like this one. Love the fragrance, it makes me feel super refreshed, but mostly when the mist is cold.
The ingredients list is very interesting. It is not just jasmine water, it has other ingredients too which makes it more beneficial for the skin. Most of the mists tend to make skin dry, even rose water, if used in excess quantity. But this one does not dry out the skin. It makes or keeps it moisturised and hence, is good for dry skin. I have made my sister with oily skin and my cousin with sensitive skin try it, and they too have no complaints from it. This factor impressed me the most about this mist! As the website claims, it can be used by all skin types. But, people with sensitive skin still must practice discretion.
I am not sure if it’s good or bad, but the mist is not crystal clear, it has some particles in it. But, I give it a benefit of doubt since it is a natural product. Also, the fact that it is free of parabens, SLS etc makes it more loveable. When it comes to face mists, I use just one product and that is pure rose water, but these days I, sometimes, reach for this one too, though not as much as I reach for my beloved rose water.
So, all this sounds too good to be true, right? But, these is one minor(according to me) glitch! That is, the packaging. I am not sure if each one of their bottle has the same, faulty packaging. May be just this particular bottle has it. The spray did not start working even after 100 pumps, and I am not exaggerating here. Finally, it pumped out some product, but not like how a mist must. It comes out more like how it would come out from a water gun, and hence, it does not get spread well on the skin on its own. This makes it impossible to use it on the go. But, I have put in the spray pump of my rose water and obviously it comes out perfectly, like a mist MUST!
Using Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist’s Pump:
Using Kama Ayurveda Pure Rose Water‘s Pump:
Pros of Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist:
• The fragrance of Jasmine is very balanced (that’s what I feel)
• Does not irritate the skin
• Keeps skin moisturised
• Does not aggravate any skin issues
• Refreshes up the skin well
• I love the ingredients list
• Free of parabens
• Can be used as a toner
• Good value for money
• Suitable for every skin type
• True to all its claims
Cons of Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist:
• Packaging – in fact, just the pump!
4/5 (Points deducted only for faulty packaging)
Would I Recommend Bio Bloom Jasmine Face Mist?
There are innumerous face mists available in the market, but what makes it special is its moisturising and antioxidant properties. If you are a Jasmine lover, go for it. It’s value for money. But, make sure you check the spray pump.
I mostly use it as a toner since it has the goodness of aloe vera, lemon juice and honey too along with Jasmine. I would say, as far as the claims are concerned, it gets full marks from me. It’s really good and true to its claims. If you need a change from regular rose water or your skin toner, go for it. It does the job very well. I might not buy it since I love roses more for my skin. But, would love to check out other products from the brand.
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