Setting Spray Or Mists For Sensitive Skin?

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Jul 05, 2016

Kelsey W.

I have a bunch of setting sprays but they smell like perfume and I'm scared to use them on my face. the Kat Von D one seems to be ok. I just got the Tarte sea one lol forgot what it's called but that one smells like citrus juice.
is there one that's ok for sensitive skin? I have dry skin so maybe one that's not matte. I've been thinking of trying the Mac fix + will that be ok for me?

I have dry sensitive skin and the MUFE setting spray is friendly for sensitive skin.
For sensitive skin types, you want to avoid solvent alcohols, and fragrance (synthetic or natural). 

Jul 05, 2016

Michelle S.

I second Kitty's suggestion. I have incredibly sensitive skin and rosacea and MUFE is amazing. The KVD one doesn't irritate my skin, but doesn't work as well to prolong my makeup's wear :)

Jul 05, 2016

Marleen B.

I like the Pixi Line. They have a moisterizing glow mist with a variety of facial oils in it. And also the Milky Hydrating Mist that is glycerin based like Mac Fix Plus and they also have an actual setting spray, that is like most true setting sprays, alcohol based. They all have scents, but they are fresh non perfumy scents, but that's just my opinion. Everyone has their own threshold of what is perfumey or not.

Jul 05, 2016

Faith D.

Honestly I have sensitive skin as well and the nyx doesn't bother me and doesn't cause me to break out

Jul 05, 2016

Kelsey W.

@Hailey.P yes I was thinking about that too. but where can I buy the glycerin? what brand? and thanks ladies :) I think I'll try the MUFE also

Jul 05, 2016

Sara F.

I have dry and sensitive skin too and I use drug store brands like the elf setting spray or the one from wet and wild and it works really well. Or I will use the one from smashbox but I go thru them so fast so I'll switch it up with high end and drugstore brands!

Apr 30, 2018

Winnie T.

I have dry, acne prone skin. Mac Fix+, Urban Decays and Skindinavia all break me out :( While they're amazing at keeping my makeup all day long and then some, but the next day there would be lots of small acne all over my face. I'm currently trying Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist and Avene Thermal water spray, unfortunately so far they don't do much for my makeup, at least they don't break me out.