6 Best Drugstore Face Mists for Your Skin Type — All Under $13

By: Marisa Petrarca | Makeup.com by L'Oréal
6 Best Drugstore Face Mists for Your Skin Type — All Under $13

We love a good face mist as much as the next gal, but we also can’t justify breaking the bank for one. There are just too many affordable (and amazing!) mists that already exist for us to abandon the aisles of our local drugstore. Don’t believe us? Keep reading.

Below, check out the best drugstore face mists money can buy:

A Hydrating K-beauty Mist

Innisfree Hydrating Mist With Green Tea, $6

The K-Beauty brand Innisfree owns green tea fields in the Jeju Islands and they sustainably source green tea extract for their products. This mist contains antioxidants, amino acids, minerals and vitamins that’ll restore your skin’s hydration.

A Versatile Cult-Fave

Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater, $7

Frequent watchers of YouTube makeup tutorials have probably seen this product featured in videos 1,001 times. Makeup wearers love it because it doubles as a makeup setting spray that leaves you with a radiant, hydrated finish. Another makeup artist tip is to spray it on your makeup brush before blending in foundation for extra glow.

Mid-Day Skin Pick-Me-Up

Garnier SkinActive Facial Mist Spray with Rose Water, $10.99

Keep this rose water facial mist at your work desk or spritz it on in the morning before going about your skin care routine. It’s versatile enough that you can use it whenever your skin needs soothing or a bit of refreshing.

Vegan, Coconut-Scented Spray

Pacifica Coconut Essence Hydro Mist, $10

Don’t think it’s possible to fall in love with a product? Think again. This is another versatile face mist that works wonders for everyone, be it to create a luminous finish, refresh your makeup or soothe sensitive skin. Take or word for it or read more reviews here.

Must-Have for Oily and Acne-Prone Skin

Thayers Rose Toner Facial Mist, $10.95

OK, Thayers Rose Toner Facial Mist is definitely a solid option for everyone, but it’s especially great for soothing your skin after an intense workout sesh or calming acne-prone skin. The witch hazel will help manage your skin’s oil production and act as a disinfectant to prevent breakouts.

Sensitive Skin Favorite

La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Mist, $15

An unscented, no-frills mist with great reviews across the board, La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Face Spray for Sensitive Skin is one of the best. Use it in place of your toner so that your skin care routine is able to absorb more deeply. Hint: Derms love this one, too.

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