First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist Review

A few who know me know that I am a huge fan of face mists. I use them instead of makeup setting spray. It just makes it all set in right. What happens when you get a Korean product (needless to say- filled with excellent ingredients) that satisfies your love for face mist. BNT recently send me this First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist in a sassy sparkly blue packaging

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First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist comes in the form of ‘vitamin’ capsules that dissolve in water just like aspirin tablets. Each tablet has its own functionality. Green is for anti-wrinkle while Blue is for skin regeneration. The yellow ones claim whitening effect while the pink capsules are for skin condition treatment.They have provided a sturdy glass bottle with a spray nozzle. All we need to do is fill the bottle 2/3 with warm water (as cold water takes long for tablets to dissolve) and drop in any two tablets. Let it bubble away for about 10-15 minutes and spray all over your face. You can mix and match the tablets to create different serums.

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Random two Tablets

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Tablet Dissolving

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After Dissolving

As for the packaging, the capsules with vitamin goodness comes in a plastic bottle- similar to a perfume bottle. The glass spray bottle was disappointing as the nozzle sprays the water all-over in a non-uniform manner; which is pretty inconvenient.

I found First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist more like a toner with ‘vitamin’ goodness in it. It smells divine and that is pretty much it. I haven’t found any effect on my skin other than the great smell it provides.

First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist claims pore cleaning and waste removal- which I failed to notice. I liked the fact that First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist does not use any preservatives. There was no mention on how long one can keep the serum- so I make it a point to finish it in a few days.

Have any of you tried the First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Mist? If so, comment how you found it.

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