Back with another product.
Welcome back to my blog. Today I’m going to be talking about ZEMU’s M. Coating Mist. If you missed my review about their O. Pack Cleanser, I would suggest you read that first before reading this post. Again, I will mention that you can purchase their products here. If you have any inquiries, feel free to ask in the comment section below!
I was provided with a pamphlet, so I’ll just give you details about it.
A mist that coats the skin, moisturising and blocking off contaminants. External impurities are blocked by a defensive layer that also locks in skin’s moisture.
The product retails for 17,600 won which is about RM68 (USD 15) for 125ml of product.
Unfortunately, I am unable to provide the full ingredients list of the product. But, their main ingredients also include Linseed extract and betaine from sugar beet extract, preserves levels of moisture. Sodium Palmitoyl Proline and Collagen E.
It also a certified for an irritant-free product, so if you have eczema and such, this could be a good cleanser for you.
HOW IT IS USED
There were also instructions on how to use it on the pamphlet so I’ll just write them down here.
Morning: Spray gently on face after O. Pack Cleanser using or spray whenever the skin feels dry.
Evening: Spray mist gently after facial cleansing.
The packaging of this is very exclusive, it looks expensive on the vanity that’s for sure. I really like the gold theme to their packaging. The smell of it is very similar to another one of their products which I will review soon enough, but it’s hard for me to describe how it smells. Again, it smells earthy… That’s all I can think of. It has a very unique smell. Unfortunately, the size of the bottle is quite large, it would be a little troublesome carrying it around in a purse.
After spraying on the mist, my face does feel more moisturised but not by a lot. I would usually need to spray the mist about 4-5 times to really feel it being on my whole face. Also, I notice that I have to keep the spray really close to my face or it won’t reach it at all. But a positive note to that is that it doesn’t make your face wet not like usual mists, so I kinda use it as a setting spray for my makeup now. I would say it’s pretty good as a setting spray!
In terms of effectivity, I do not think this mist is really effective. Although it does contain some really good high-quality ingredients, I do not think I would repurchase this again.
VERDICT: 5/10 (BYE!)
The packaging of the product is attractive, and although it contains good high-quality ingredients, I would give it a pass. I feel that this is a much lighter version of one of their creams (which I absolutely love and will review soon) it just wasn’t all that effective for me. The mist does provide some moisture back to your face; however, it isn’t as strong as it is still a mist. The bottle in size is also quite large to carry around in a purse, so that might be a problem too.
FTC – The product(s) mentioned were sent to me. All opinions and thoughts I made are truthful and based on my personal experiences, none of my opinions is influenced by anything else.
Do you have a favourite mist? I don’t usually use mists…. Should I start using one? Do they help you? Let me know!
See you in the next one!