Jane Iredale Hydration Mists

As someone who has always struggled with oily skin, I never appreciated the power and appeal of hydrating mists.  Once I ventured into my late 40’s my skin rebelled and seemed to be a different sort of brat every single day. All oily, all dry, dry/oily t-zone, just one super dry area on my forehead…I had it all. To deal with these multiple personalities, I became a hydrating mist enthusiast – they are incredible for relieving dry areas and for setting makeup, particularly mineral makeup. I quickly learned that all hydrating mists aren’t the same and I came up with my list of ‘must haves’ for one to qualify as excellent.

Jane Iredale carries four different hydrating sprays – POMMISST™ Hydration SprayD2O™ Hydration SprayLemongrass Love Hydration Spray, and Balance Hydration Spray. They are all available in various sizes from the small travel size .4 fl. oz ($10 and perfect for purses) to the largest size, the 9.5 fl. oz. refill ($67). The Hydration Sprays are some of Jane Iredale’s best-selling items – people are crazy about their favorite and simply won’t ever be without it.  I tried two of them, the POMMISST™ Hydration Spray and the D2O™ Hydration Spray.

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Both sprays have the coveted ECOCERT’s Natural and Organic certification, which is great for anything that you are putting on your skin. They are both scented, which you will either love or hate. Both sprays also have several uses in common:

  • Use anywhere the atmosphere is drying, such as on an airplane.
  • Use as a moisturizer for oily skin.
  • Use to wet brushes to make eyeliners.
  • Spray in your hair to control static.

Did you know your facial spritz could do that many things? I especially love the tip to use it to wet brushes for eyeliner. The POMMISST™ Hydration Spray features Pomegranate Extract, which is a powerful antioxidant that helps fight free radical production caused by sun exposure. It makes my dry skin feel amazing immediately, hydrating and conditioning those parched areas. It doesn’t make my oily places worse either – it just normalizes my skin. I had pretty much stopped using powder foundation because it looked terrible on any dry areas, but this is the bomb for setting powder foundation and smoothing out the finish. It also corrects any foundation that has settled into fine lines or pores. 

I think the POMMISST™ Hydration Spray is my favorite of the two mostly because of the fragrance. It smells very light and clean and pleasant.  I also love the purse size, which is incredibly convenient. The light diffuse spray feels so good, and it doesn’t burn my eyes which has been an issue for me with sprays in the past. 

The D2O™ Hydration Spray shares many of the same features as the Pommisst Spray, but this one features Ylang Ylang for moisture and for calming irritated skin. This is the one that people turn to after having more aggressive treatments like microdermabrasion and laser treatment. The D2O™ Hydration Spray is a love or hate spray, though, because it has a fragrance that you either – well – love or hate. The fragrance is a combination of Ylang Ylang and flowers…maybe gardenia? I’m not sure but there are passionate devotees and then there are others who just don’t like it.


I think that the D20 Hydration Spray is even a little more moisturizing than the Pommisst, and it does mist beautifully. A few other tips – be sure to spray your face at arm’s length for the perfect mist, and in the summer these are incredible when kept in the refrigerator for a lovely refreshing mist.

You can find the Jane Iredale hydration sprays at Ulta and Nordstrom, among other stores.  – Lisa

POMMISST™ Hydration Spray ingredients: Aqua/Water/Eau, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder*, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract*, Camellia Sinensis (White Tea) Leaf Extract*, Laminaria Digitata (Algae) Extract*, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract*, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract*, Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Root Extract, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Seed Oil*, Alcohol**


100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin
31.83% of the total ingredients are from Organic Farming
Natural and Organic Cosmetic certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to Ecocert Standard available at http://cosmetics.ecocert.com

D2O™ Hydration Spray: Ingredients/Ingrédients: Aqua/Water/Eau, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder*, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract*, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract*, Laminaria Digitata (Algae) Extract*, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract*, Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Root Extract, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil, Alcohol**.

*Ingredient From Organic Farming
** Made Using Organic Ingredients
100% of the total ingredients are from natural origin
27.8% of the total ingredients are from Organic Farming
Natural and Organic Cosmetic certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to Ecocert Standard available at http://cosmetics.ecocert.com


  1. Franziska | 29th Jan 20

    I think its really good that there are organic ingredients inside.
    I will definitely try it out.
    thanks for sharing honey 🙂
    franzi powder brows

  2. Lola Seicento | 31st Jan 20

    I am such a big fan of Jane Iredale products. I don’t have either of these, but I can imagine just how wonderful they are!

  3. Glamorable | 31st Jan 20

    These sprays look very lovely! I like that one of them has pomegranate because it’s one of my favorite natural extracts in skincare.

  4. Laura | 31st Jan 20

    I am a fan of facial sprays, that pomegranate one sounds amazing!

  5. NeverSayDieBeauty | 1st Feb 20

    Though i still have trouble spraying myself in the face unless it’s a superfine mist, i love them for hydrating my dry skin during the day. I love the purse size of these!

  6. Courtney | 2nd Feb 20

    I don’t think I’ve tried anything from Jane Iredale in years!

  7. Natoya | 2nd Feb 20

    Love that they are mostly made of organic ingredients . I haven’t tried these but they sound lovely

  8. 25 Sweetpeas | 3rd Feb 20

    Wonder if it would be ok for hands too! I have a hand hydration mist and I love it!

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