First Cosmetic MULBIT MEDIST Vitamin Mist Review
Back in March I received an item from BNT News Beauty Box. The first items is First Cosmetic MULBIT MEDIST Vitamin Mist. So what is it? First Cosmetic claims: "A medist (medical mist) that provides elasticity, nutrition, and an antioxidant effect for tired skin." Essentially, it is a DIY facial mist that you can customize according to your skin's needs.
I am impressed from the very first moment I saw the box! It feels like a luxurious gift. The box containing the products are really pretty in blue holographic box. Inside the box are a plastic bottle full of different colored tablets which look like medicine pills to me., and a glass atomizer bottle.
1. When the tablets melt, carbon dioxide rises. Make sure to let the tablets melt completely, otherwise the spray may break due to the pressure from the carbonated gas, or become clogged by the powder residue.
2. Don't forget to re-open the cap 1-2 hours after closing it, to release the carbon dioxide.
3. The mist should be used within 3-4 days. Because the tablets were made without any preservatives, the mist may spoil if not used within the said time.
4. Powder residue might remain on the skin after use. This is perfectly normal.
The ingredients sure do interesting with ingredients such as trehalose, niacinamide, biotin, hydrolyzed collagen, adenosine, strawberry, lemon, lavender, camellia sinenis , aloe vera, rosemary and citric acid.
The Mulbit Vitamin Sparkling mist comes with 90 vitamin tablets, which have four different colors, and each color has a different function:
- Green: Anti-wrinkle
- Blue: Skin reproduction
- Yellow: Whitening
- Pink: Skin condition management
There was a strong perfume scent, it reminds me of clothes perfume (soft but somehow still not comfortable for me).
How To Use :
1. Fill up the mist bottle up to 2/3 with clear and warm water
2. Put 2 vitami tablets into the bottle and close the cap when they are completely melted
3. Spray on your skin with the distance of 30cm
I am not a huge fan of mist and don’t believe in them because none of them have ever worked on me. However I using spray mists as a quick pick-me-up during the day when my skin starts to look and feel nasty. I have lately been using First Cosmetic Mulbit Vitamin Sparkling Mist. The Mulbit Vitamin Sparkling Mist has a beautiful packaging and so unique, but it just didn't work for me. There weren't any noticeable results after using each vitamin tablet besides increased hydration.