True or false: Trendy face mists are worth the money – Baltimore Sun

To be sure, there seems to be a mist for everything. There are mists with probiotics (Tula Refreshing & Brightening Face Mist, $34) and CBD oil (WLDKAT Coconut Water + Noni Fruit Electrolyte Spray, $27), and there’s even a mist, aptly named Forest Bathing in a Bottle ($28), that claims to mimic the benefits of “shinrin-yoku,” or the Japanese art of forest bathing, with the help of an esoteric mix of tree oil phytoncides, vitamin D3, fulvic acid and micro algae.


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