Your Face Mist Questions, Answered

If you're anything like us here at Calling Beauty, convenience is a key factor in order to fit anything more into your already very jam-packed schedule. As life gets busier, making the time for yourself can seem like a daunting task—and we don’t want you to have to feel like your skincare ritual needs to take a backseat to the rest of your routine. 

Introducing... (cue the drumroll, please)

The perfect addition to your skincare—and self care—routine: Face Fog.

In the name of hydrated skin, time saved, and finally achieving that dewy look you’ve been craving but haven’t quite mastered, we’re SO excited to tell you that Face Fog is entering the chat. 

Not only is it extremely easy to use and add to your existing skincare ritual; Face Fog is a multifaceted queen also made with easy-to-understand ingredients that you’ll actually recognize.

Face Fog is a face mist designed to be spritzed onto the face for toning and soothing the skin — any time, anywhere, no matter how busy you are. The hydration is instant and effortless, leaving you feeling refreshed in seconds. 

Distilled with organic and antioxidant-rich ingredients, Face Fog hydrates, repairs, firms, and calms the skin—and that’s not all. 

With moisture-retaining properties from argan oil, watermelon seed oil, rice germ, and white tea extract, Face Fog will leave your face feeling dewier and fresher than ever, working seamlessly when integrated with any step of your skincare ritual.

Now, you may have some questions about Face Fog—and we know you’re here because you have questions about whether face mists can work for you in general—we hear you calling, and we've got the answers.


Q: Are face mists really worth it? (Like, do they actually DO anything for your skin, or do they just feel good on your face?!)

All face mists are versatile, with plenty of benefits to offer. However, Face Fog is the most hydrating and refreshing mist of its kind—while also toning and soothing for the skin. 

But that’s not all your face mist can do for you. Face mists also can offer:


Hydration: Is your skin in need of moisture? Face Fog provides an extra boost of hydration and nourishment. The formula includes ultra-hydrating and moisture-retaining properties from Argan oil, watermelon seed oil, rice germ, white tea extract.

A Refresh: Face Fog can provide a refreshing burst of moisture to the skin, which can be especially helpful after a long day or after spending time in a dry or air-conditioned environment.

Toning: Face Fog contains ingredients that can help rejuvenate and tighten the skin, giving it a more youthful and radiant appearance.


The antioxidant and moisturizing properties of Argan oil increase collagen production in order to boost skin elasticity, giving a plump, firm and fresh look to the skin.

Face Fog also contains rice germ, to reduce signs of aging, and white tea extract, an astringent used to tighten and tone the skin.


Soothing: Face Fog is made with hawthorn water, white tea extract, Argan oil and watermelon seed oil — all packed with ingredients that contain antioxidants to repair and calm the skin, providing a soothing and refreshing effect.

Face Fog also contains orange blossom water, composed of natural soothing properties against irritation for brightening the skin.


FINAL ANSWER: Face mists are a multipurpose skincare item perfect for all skin types, offering a hydrating, soothing, refreshing feeling, while also toning and moisturizing.  


Q: Can you really use a face mist any time? Or does it matter when / how often you spritz your face mist?

The best time to use a Face Fog is after cleansing your face in order to lock in hydration and moisture for the skin. Especially with dry or sensitive skin, this is a beneficial step in the drier months in order to keep your skin hydrated. Apply before moisturizer to help your skin better absorb all the nourishing qualities the product has to offer.

But, if you’re finding that your skin could use a little pick me up in the middle of the day — break out Face Fog. It’s here for you.

FINAL ANSWER: The best time to use Face Fog will depend on your skin care needs and preferences. A little experimenting here and there throughout the day will help you figure out what works best for you.

Now, we know we’ve told you a lot about allll of the uses of face mists—so let’s talk about what Face Fog specifically actually *IS* and the purpose it serves. 


Alright, So Is It A Moisturizer?

While Face Fog can provide hydration to the skin, it isn't formulated to be used as a moisturizer.

Moisturizers are skin care products that are designed to provide more intense hydration and nourishment to the skin, typically formulated with a variety of different ingredients that help to lock in moisture, protect the skin, and improve the overall health and appearance of the skin.

Face Fog, on the other hand, is formulated with organic ingredients, including Argan oil, orange blossom water, hawthorn water, watermelon seed oil, rice germ, and white tea extract. Face Fog is designed to provide an efficient boost of hydration and refreshment to the skin, giving the face that irresistible dewy glow.

As versatile as Face Fog is, it is not formulated to be used as a replacement for moisturizer. Use Face Fog in addition to a moisturizer in your daily skin care routine to properly nourish and hydrate your skin.


Got It! So It’s A Toner?

Face Fog, like toners, is a skin care product used to help hydrate, refresh and soothe the skin. However, there are some key differences between the two.

Formulation: Face Fog is formulated with organic ingredients, including Argan oil, orange blossom water, hawthorn water, watermelon seed oil, rice germ, and white tea extract. These ingredients are best applied to the skin in the form of a fine mist, providing a gentle touch of these antioxidant-packed essentials.

Toners are typically formulated with a variety of ingredients beneficial to the skin, including astringents, that act as a catalyst for moisturizers. A toner's job is to prepare the face for the sequential step in your skincare routine of applying moisturizer by removing excess dirt and oil. Toners are typically applied to the skin by the form of a liquid, tonic, or pad.


USE: We recommend using Face Fog to provide an extra boost of hydration to the skin, refresh the skin, and set makeup. Toner, on the other hand, is typically used to help remove excess oil and dirt from the skin, balance the pH of the skin, and tighten the pores.

APPLICATION: Face Fog can be applied to the skin at any point in the day. The product's versatile use encourages you to use am and pm, as well as whenever you're feeling that a pick me up is in order.


Toner is typically applied to the skin after cleansing and before moisturizing or other skin care products.

Face Fog has tightening and toning properties, while tending to be lighter on the skin than toners. If you’re looking for a spritz of some extra moisture on the skin, Face Fog is the way to go.


Q: Wait.. So Can Face Mists Be Used As Setting Spray?

Face Fog is designed to provide hydration to the skin, whereas setting spray is meant to lock in product to the face in order to prevent smudging and fading throughout the day.

So, yes, Face Fog can be used as setting spray to add that finishing dewy glow. However, you'll get the most benefits from the product's formulation on a fresh, clean face.

In order to use Face Fog as a setting spray, hold the bottle about 8 to 12 inches away from the face to mist over your makeup. This will help set the makeup in place in order to give a more natural, radiant finish.

Be sure to only apply a light layer, as using too much can cause your makeup to smear. If you're looking to avoid this, you can spray Face Fog onto a makeup brush or sponge and gently press against the skin to help set your makeup.

FINAL ANSWER: Incorporating into your skincare routine Face Fog will be a refreshing and nourishing addition. The list of benefits is endless — whether you need a pick-me-up during the day, a way to refresh your makeup, or a soothing mist before bed, Face Fog is here to answer your call.


Hopefully this blog post has given you some ideas on how to use a face mist in your daily beauty routine. Have fun experimenting and finding the best way for you to use Face Fog to keep your skin looking and feeling its best!