Zoeva have launched their first ever face mist, and it’s the Zoeva Radiant Skin Revitalizing Face Mist. It looks like Zoeva are totally rebranding, with many of their palettes (like Cocoa Blend, Caramel Melange) and brushes now being removed from their stockists.
So I don’t know if they’re going to launch new brushes and palettes, but it looks like they’re trying to push their (expensive) skincare range now. It’ll be a massive shame if they don’t launch new palettes and brushes, as that’s what made them so popular.
“Great alone, under makeup or on the go, the ZOEVA Radiant Skin Revitalizing Face Mist is the ideal refresher to give your skin an instant glow. Enriched with Rose Flower Water and Evening Primrose Oil, which are known for their soothing benefits, our face mist helps nourish stressed skin.
Complete your skincare routine by spraying this ultra-fine mist on your face, neck and décolleté while perking up your skin and senses thanks to a summery, subtle rose scent. Free from mineral oils, parabens, synthetic fragrance & triethanolamine. “
Whilst they’re £5.50 more expensive at £26, the cost for a 80ml bottle of Urban Decay ml for ml would be £17.62, so you’re actually getting a much better deal with Urban Decay. This Zoeva Radiant Skin Revitalizing Face Mist works out at being hella expensive in comparison, so that’s something to consider!
- Rose Water provides a naturally radiant finish and leaves a subtle rose scent
- Infused with Squalane, Evening Primrose Oil and Panthenol to nourish stressed skin.
- Vegan and cruelty-free.
- Made in Korea.
The Zoeva Radiant Skin Revitalizing Face Mist does look quite sleek, with a peach coloured frosted plastic bottle, but for the price, considering they’re not a skincare brand, it’s expensive.
I’m sure you could find a more affordable alternative, like the La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra 8 Face Moisturiser Mist which has very similar ingredients – and it’s a French pharmacy brand.
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