Easy Ways to Use May Lindstrom Jasmine Garden Mist

I recently purchased some things from May Lindstrom Skin over the holidays and one of the things I bought was one of her more recent releases, The Jasmine Garden Mist, a wonderfully hydrating face toner which includes jasmine, cocoa, rose, ylang ylang, silver, witch hazel and vanilla in the formula to stimulate circulation in your skin, restore elasticity, calm inflammation, offer tons of potent antioxidant protection, and give the skin a refresh throughout the day. I’ve really been loving this toner so much so I thought I would share some of the ways I’ve been using it in case you guys are looking to pick one up for yourself and want to get the most from it!

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Easy Ways to Use May Lindstrom Jasmine Garden Mist

  • Refresh Your Skin // First off, this is amazing to carry around in your bag and refresh your skin every few hours. The witch hazel and silver fend off acne-causing bacteria and soothe any redness while the jasmine, rose, cacao, ylang ylang and vanilla work brilliantly to calm any anxiety I have. If you prefer not to carry this in your handbag all day (it is kind of heavy glass), then it’s also a great thing to mist your skin with right when you get home to really wind down and zen out.
  • Massage Serums & Balms Into Skin // This tip is straight from May Lindstrom herself. She recommended that I use this toner mist AFTER I applied my serums, oils and/or balms and then massaged my skin a little bit to help them absorb into my skin more efficiently. I’d never heard of using a toner at the end of a routine like this before so I was pleasantly surprised to find that it works really well! I still use toners after cleansing, but this one works exceptionally well after applying moisturizers for facial massage.
  • Mixed Into Your Face Masks // Instead of using water or in addition to, you can spritz some of this toner mist into your face masks for added antioxidant power and soothing properties. I think you could easily add a few sprays to already liquid masks and powder masks alike and it works really great in The Problem Solver Mask as well as the Pele Mask and the Petal Mask.
  • Setting Spray for Makeup // Last, but not least, this mist works brilliantly to set makeup or give your makeup finish a bit more “glow” to it. The spray mechanism in this is so controlled that it really does come out in such a fine mist. Simply aim it slightly above your skin at arm’s length from your face and the mist will set makeup and give your makeup a more dewy effect. It’s also great to do if you want to refresh your makeup midday so it doesn’t start looking too dry.

The Jasmine Garden Face Toner Mist Ingredients: pure water (aqua), *hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel), argentum metallicum (silver), jasmine grandiflorum absolute, caprylic/capric triglyceride, jasminum officinale (jasmine) extract, *rosa damascene (rose) oil, *cananga odorata (ylang-ylang) oil, *vanilla planifolia CO2 total essential oil, theobrama cacao (cocoa) oil. *Certified Organic

You can get this awesome face toner at The Detox Market

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4 thoughts on “Easy Ways to Use May Lindstrom Jasmine Garden Mist

  1. February 26, 2016 at 11:09 AM

    Sounds a super nice toner! But the only reason I wont be buying this toner is that it contains water as first ingredient …so not worth for the price I think….xx

    1. February 26, 2016 at 5:02 PM

      it is really nice! I noticed that too (after I’d purchased), but I always fare so well with May Lindstrom Skin so I’m okay with it. I get what you’re saying though. It’s almost better to get pure aloe or tea or something instead of just water for toners. That said, the point of a toner is water so I guess it’s just preference, but I can totally see what you’re saying about price v. content of ingredient if there’s like 90% water or something. I will have to email them and ask to see if they can tell me the percentage. Thanks for sharing your thoughts 🙂

  2. February 27, 2016 at 6:58 PM

    I am on-off about using toners in my skincare regimen (mostly out of laziness ._.). This one sounds so refreshing though (and yay for jasmine! <3)!
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    1. March 1, 2016 at 10:54 AM

      I know what you mean. For the longest time, I literally didn’t buy or use them. I didn’t see the point. It wasn’t until I found a few that I really liked and felt made a big difference that I actually started using them more consistently and the right ones make a big difference. This one is lovely 🙂 Thanks for stopping by Farrah! ♥

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