Forest Essentials Hasayan Rose Facial Tonic Mist Review

I love rains, the fresh greens all around, petrichor (fragrance of earth after rains), and of course my favorite chai! But I loathe how my skin feels icky and clogged due to this humidity. If you also feel the same and are looking for a fresh solution, then a face mist is a must have for you.

A blast of freshness this monsoon with Forest Essentials Hasayan Rose face mist.

I recently bought the Forest Essentials Hasayan Rose facial tonic mist and it’s such a blessing to have in this hot and humid weather.

Forest Essentials – Redefining Luxury Ayurveda

Forest Essentials is a luxury Ayurveda brand and they are known for their luxurious skincare. If you want to try something from the brand, go for their face mists. The Hasayan Rose facial tonic mist is infused with 100% natural botanical extracts. The roses are sourced from the quaint northern village of Hasayan in Uttar Pradesh. The roses are known to be one of the most coveted varieties of desi gulab. They are highly scented and delicate pink roses and the mist will surely leave that pinky glow to your skin.

The gentle rose that works wonders for skincare!

A blast of fragrance

On days when you feel dead and tired working or after a sweaty day out in the sun, a few sprays and you’ll feel refreshed. You can use it over make-up also.

It can be used as a toner and helps in diminishing fine lines and rehydrates the skin.

Love the subtle amazing fragrance!

Make your own face packs

If you’re someone who feels lazy in doing all the preps for DIY face packs, then this mist will be super useful. I like to use it with ubtans and face packs. Just add 1tbsp of ubtan powder (or multani mitti or sandalwood powder) and mix it with a few drops of this mist and aloe vera gel to make a smooth paste.

PS – Use the Hasayan Rose facial tonic mist with Forest Essentials ubtan for amazing results.

Here are some DIY face packs that you can try for oily skin type.

Works so well with DIY face packs!

Other variants

There are 4 other variants of facial tonic mists by Forest Essentials.

  • Panchpushp
  • Bela
  • Pure Rosewater
  • Vetiver water

I would highly recommend you go to the store, sniff them, and see which one works best for you before buying it. Also each of them is formulated for a specific skin type and concern, so you need to keep that in mind.

Forest Essentials rose mist
You might just end up picking a lot more from the store! Guilty as charged 🙂

Super Handy

I love that the mist comes in a fuss free and easy to use plastic packaging. It’s handy, so you can easily slip it into your handbag (even those small ones). And the spray pump makes it so easy to spritz it and feel fresh.

So easy to carry around!

Price – Rs. 750/- for 100 ml

Hope you found this review helpful and it has inspired you to include facial mists in your skincare routine.

If you have a favorite face mist, do let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to follow us on all social media –FacebookTwitterInstagram for many more updates on fashion, beauty, and self betterment.

Kritika Manchanda

Kritika Manchanda is the author of a fiction novel – ‘December Breeze’ and a Features Writer at Let's Expresso. In addition to being a lifestyle and travel blogger, she is an ardent reader and a crazy dog girl!

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