I’ll admit, when this product first arrived in a Boxy Charm Box I wasn’t entirely certain how to use it. I know, its a mist so clearly you spray t where you want misted. And I do like Peach and Lily, especially the serum from their Glass skin line, which this Peach and Lily Glass Skin Veil Mist is a part of. It just didn’t seem to fit exactly into any category. I couldn’t tell if it was a setting spray or used like a thermal water mist.
So I looked it up.
We launched the first-ever iconic Glass Skin product in 2018 and sparked the Glass Skin movement. The Glass Skin Refining Serum has become a staple for hundreds of thousands of people, regardless of skin type or skin concern, to achieve skin that looks poreless, luminous and translucent. We received daily requests for another transformative Glass Skin product. It took two years to perfect the ultimate complement for our Glass Skin Refining Serum. Now, the wait is over!
Meet the Glass Skin Veil Mist.
Our non-toxic, silicone-free hydrating mist delivers an instant glass skin look. Spritz throughout the day to keep skin replenished with hydration, antioxidants and calming ingredients. Each day we face a host of skin stressors – this luxurious mist keeps skin glassy through it all. Wear on bare skin for a hydrated, glassy veil or under/over makeup as a skin-improving highlighter. Refreshing, lightweight and highly-moisturizing with major glow-staying power. Think of it as glass skin on tap – anytime, anywhere!Peach and Lily
To me that meant I should use it as a hydrating spray in much the same way as I use my Avene Thermal Water Mist. So I tried it. The bottle is frosted glass which looks and feel quite luxe. The mist is super fine. While the product claims to have a light cucumber and peach scent, Peach and Lily don’t add any fragrance to their products. And to be honest I couldn’t detect a scent in the spray.
The mist was fine enough to use over makeup without spoiling it, but it is not a setting spray. It does nothing for the makeup look, except when you are using a slightly drying product. This product is all about hydration and I did have a couple of foundation products I used where the mist helped them out. The KVD Lock it Powder foundation I really enjoyed, but if powdered products were put on top of it, they could look a little powdery. Spraying this Peach and Lily Glass Skin Veil Mist over it, took that dry look away.
I am in the phase of the year where my skin is the driest. Yet because I am not spending as much time in the sun, I don’t reach for my thermal waters as much. That is something I need to work on. And because i was testing out this spray, I kept it in reach so that I could use it throughout the day. Because of it my skin is less dry than it usually is at this time of year. Which is a reminder that facial sprays aren’t only for the summer time and should be kept around even when you aren’t hot and sweaty from work in the garden.
Over all I found this a good product. The mist is finer than in most sprays I’ve tried and the mist it produced was truly a mist that left no splotches on the makeup. It kept my hydrated and I really like the glass bottle. This Peach and Lily Glass Skin Veil Mist is an item I will be picking up again. If you are looking to pick up this, or any other Peach and Lily product, now might be a good time. Their 20% off sale is still going on and well worth looking into. Since I want to try this veil mist with the glass skin refining serum I went ahead and ordered a bottle so I can try paring the two to see how they work together. But that will be an upcoming trial. For now, the mist is great on its own and well worth picking up.