Mario Badescu Facial Spray Review

Mario Badescu has to have been one of the first brands to ever really have a facial spray, at least as far as I can remember. It all started with their rosewater spray and their selection has continued growing with different scents. Two of my favorite things about this brand, in general, is how obviously passionate they are about caring for the skin while also maintaining a more affordable range of products.

Let’s start with the original. The facial spray with aloe, herbs, and rosewater is what got everyone excited about spritzing the face. Some of the herbs included in this spray are gardenia, bladderwrack, and thyme. Although I do think this is very refreshing on the face, rose isn’t my absolute favorite scent in the entire world so this isn’t one I’ve reached for very much over the years. However, if you do like rose scented products, this is one you’d definitely enjoy!
This next one is a gorgeous purple color and includes aloe, chamomile, and lavender. It is meant to help hydrate and de-stress the skin with its Vitamin C and lavender oil. Lavender is another one I’m not usually very fond of, but the other ingredients really help it to come together for a relaxing moment of a spa-like setting.
The third spray includes aloe just like the other two, along with cucumber and green tea. This one is their more cooling facial spray that will work to hydrate, tone, and re-energize the skin with its peppermint essential waters. This one is my favorite out of the bunch because I find the scent so much more refreshing and awakening.
Although facial sprays aren’t necessarily meant to extend the wear of makeup, they do have so many other uses. They can be applied before, during, or after makeup to help prep or set the face. They can be sprayed onto sponges or makeup brushes to aid in application. They can even be kept in the fridge to maximize the cooling effects.

These sprays are available in 4 oz bottles for $7, 8 oz for $12, or in a trio like the travel sizes shown in the pictures. The spray nozzle isn’t the most fine mist of all the facial sprays that are available, but it isn’t horrible by any means. I also really appreciate the minimal ingredients list in these sprays, as is with most Mario Badescu products. If you haven’t tried one yet, I definitely recommend it!

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XO ♥ Christina ♥

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