This is the third and final product I was sent by BNT News to review!
The First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Sparkling Mist allows you to customise a mist to suit your own skin needs at the time. I love the concept of being able to customise something for different situations, so was very intrigued by this product.
Mists are something which aren’t a necessity in a skincare routine, but I absolutely love. I have them dotted all round my flat, much to the flatmate’s chagrin, ready for any hydrating emergency. I like to use them between steps to keep hydrated, after applying make up to help set and just in general when I need to feel refreshed.
Now onto the review!
First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Sparkling Mist Review
“”A medist (medical mist) that provides elasticity, nutrition, and an antioxidant effect for tired skin.”
Sodium Bicarbonate, Adipic Acid, Sodium Carbonate, Glucose, Sucrose, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, PEG-150, Trehalose, Adenosine, Niacinamide, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Biotin, Riboflavin, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Powder, Fragaria Ananassa (Strawberry) Fruit Powder, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Panthenol, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Powder, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Fragrance, CI 16185, CI 19140, CI 15985, CI 42090
Ooh yay I spot strawberries! Absolutely love this fruit, even if it’s not the best skincare heavylifter. You can read about why I love strawberries here: Ingredient Insight – The Humble Strawberry.
Niacinamide – Good for brightening
Lavender – Soothing
Aloe – Soothing
The little plastic bottle contains 90 tablets which would be about 45 uses, and is very sturdy. I dropped it a couple of times by accident on my wooden floor and it survived. Which is good for other clumsy folk like me. I particularly like the vintage vibe I’m getting from it’s design. The atomiser is a nice glass bottle, with gold accents. Simple.
Product & Scent
Each different coloured tablet is supposed to help with different things, Green (Anti-wrinkle), Blue (Skin Regeneration), Pink (Skin Condition Management) and Yellow (Brightening). I did try a few of these in different combinations, and I’ll be honest didn’t really see a difference between them. But I’d also be very surprised if a mist could really help with wrinkles, then again I’m a natural cynic. The pills themselves remind me of candy, so if you have children keep them out of reach.
Once these are dissolved they only last 4-5 days, as there are no preservatives. So do change the contents of your misting bottle after use.
It’s scent was that old lady smell. I don’t really have any other words to describe this distinct scent. It did face once sprayed, but it’s not my favourite smell.
Directions of Use
First: Fill the atomizer to about 2/3 of the way with clear and warm water. Don’t use boiling water as the opening is rather small and you could burn yourself. As this was going on my face I used water from my purifier, which meant it was cold and took longer for the pills to dissolve.
Second: Pick two of the 4 tablets to dissolve in the atomiser, you can mix and match or use two of the same variety. Leave the bottle open while the pills are dissolving, you should see them fizz, and leaving it open helps the gas escape. This can take 1-2 hours for complete dissolution of the tablets.
Third: Screw the lid back on and spray away! You could also use this for those DIY Sheetmask tablets that Daiso sell, or just soak some cotton pads yourself.
Well this was essentially spraying water onto my face. Everything that those who think mists are a wasted step say, is true for this product.
I didn’t notice a difference in using the different tablets, and I didn’t notice a difference in my skin condition beyond it being wet. Which tbf is useful for keeping your face moist during your skincare routine. But in that case I can buy a mist bottle from the drug store and fill with water.
I loved the concept of this product so much, and was hoping for better things. Sadly better things were yet to appear.