August 11, 2015


The Benefits of a DIY Face Mist

The Courtside Collection includes a few ingredients commonly used in facial mists. Looking to customize yours? Look no further. While there are lots of wonderful products on the market, knowing the uses for certain ingredients allows you to develop the perfect formula for your face. Here's a run down of common ingredients and their benefits. 

Aloe Vera Oil- Used to treat chapped skin, burns, scars and inflammation

Pure Rosewater- A gentle astringent used to hydrate and soothe red, dry, and sensitive skin

Calundula- A traditional antiseptic and antibacterial that is nature’s gift to soothe baby’s sensitive skin or calm sun-damaged skin

Lemongrass- Helps firm the skin

Cucumber Seed Oil- Balances moisture, removes toxic build-up & improves complexion. Helps damaged skin like acne, psoriasis, eczema, sunburn, cuts and scars. It helps heal dry and cracked skin. 

Tea Tree Oil- Antibacterial, which prevents breakouts. 

Sea Salt- Treats blemishes and nourishes the skin.

Bergamot Oil- Helps correct oily skin and soothe inflammation.

Colloidal Silver- Antiseptic and antibacterial properties kill bacteria and helps heal skin abrasions and burns.

Eucalyptus- Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, commonly used in skin care products to treat skin conditions such as burns, wounds, ulcers, and eczema.

Jojoba Oil- Lessens irritated skin and promotes natural production of collagen

Witch Hazel- A natural astringent that can help with acne control by reducing inflammation and decreasing oil

Vitamin E- Can help fight the signs of aging, protect from sun damage, and even potentially lower skin cancer risks

Mix and match these ingredients to formulate the perfect mist for your skin. We think the perfect base to add these ingredients to is green tea. Learn how to make your own green tea facial mist with this easy tutorial.