For years, we have provided our original, double-strength, best-selling MISTIFY to our clients world-over, with countless testimonies abounding about grief-relief, depression-dousing, joy-boosting, nerve-calming, cathartic emotional releases and more.
How to Use Mistify
Mistify any time day or night for a refreshing that will keep you cool, calm and collected. Instead of shaking, the bottle, tap the bottom of it on the palm of your hand 5-10 times.
Mistify Your Face
To apply as a toner, Mistify (spritz- don’t rub) Altogether Lovely Mistify lightly on your face for a lingering fragrance. To preserve the integrity and longevity of your fragrance, Mistify targeted areas lightly and simply let the moisture sink. Enjoy.
Mistify Your Hair
We use our Mistify to hydrate hair and calm split ends. Simply lightly spritz your tresses with Mistify before styling or when you want to tame those flyaways.
Many are not aware that alcohol-based products can leave your hair dry and damaged. Rest assured- AL Misitify is alcohol-free.
Perfuming With Mistify
To maximize Altogether Lovely Mistify, focus on pulse points- those areas where veins pass closest to the surface of your skin, where you can literally feel your pulse. Pulse points are “warm spots” on your body that emit (extra) body heat. That includes points inside of your wrists, inner elbows, behind the ear lobes, below your belly button and on the back of your knees.
To apply as a perfume, Mistify (spritz- don’t rub) Altogether Lovely Mistify on a few or all of your pressure points for a lingering fragrance. To preserve the integrity and longevity of your fragrance, Mistify targeted areas lightly and simply let the moisture sink. Enjoy.
Leave a lasting impression by lightly Mistifying your hair, scarf, head wrap, coat, etc. As you move, they move with the air, helping to diffuse the scent.”
Kindly store at room temperature away from sunlight and heat.
Packaging: The dark amber glass helps prevent light degradation, and protects light-sensitive liquids.
Made in small batches in Seattle.