DIY: Natural Setting Spray for Acne-Prone Skin

DIY: Natural Setting Spray for Acne-Prone Skin lavish krish
 So there I was watching YouTube Beauty tutorials where the girls showed their favourite products.. A lot of them mentioned Mac’s Fix + Finishing/Setting Spray and they all said it was amazing. It made their makeup flawless after a few mists of this product. So I got really excited about buying this and I did buy it. I compared the Mac’s spray with my 100% Natural Finishing Spray. And here’s what I think which one is better and which suits what skin type.

You will be VERY surprised when I tell you about my skin-friendly setting spray. I use it after I have my foundation, concealer, bronzer and highlighter on and it just pulls the whole look together giving me flawless model-like makeup look.

Check out my recent post on Natural Mac Fix + Dupes.

It’s just simple Cold Water stored in a spray bottle. Yes, ONLY Cold Water.

I have bought the Mac Fix + twice because I REALLY liked it.
It was actually good but it made my skin a little shiny. So I tried again and didn’t spray too much this time but I had the same result. I had a shiny T-Zone.
Well I have naturally oily-combination skin so I thought this spray just made it more oilier.
But you can use it if you have dry skin.

natural setting spray for acne prone skin

When I use the Cold Water as a Finishing Spray, it makes me feel sooooo fresh and my make up is perfect. Its not too shiny and not too matte. It gives a subtle sheen which looks so natural and beautiful.
It wakes me up instantly if I am lazy in the mornings. And with this it doesn’t matter if you have dry or oily skin because it works with every skin type since it’s all natural.

It’s good for acne prone skin because it’s cold water, which calms the inflammation of acne. And there are no harsh chemicals going on your skin to aggravate the acne even more.
I use water from the cold tap in my bathroom to be honest. You can use cold filtered water as well if you want to be that careful but I just go for the tap water. Ain’t nobody got time to cool the filtered water haha.

The best thing is that it is absolutely FREE.

Check out this post for more acne prone skin tips: DIY: 100% Natural Toner for Sensitive, Acne-Prone Skin

So which one would you prefer? Comment below to let me know which works for you the best 🙂

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