This serum mist from Nacific was the second product out of the Picky x Nacific reviewer’s box, and will probably also be the second product to be used up. I personally like using mists and they come in very handy when you’re facing one of those lazy days where you don’t want to do a full routine before bed. Let’s see how this is!

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Before we start, I did receive the serum mist for free from Picky and Nacific in exchange for an honest review. All the opinions here are my own.

Nacific is a brand that I’m not unfamiliar with, and I’ve tried one other Fresh Herb Origin product many years ago (the serum). I loved that product so I’ve got higher expectations for this serum mist. The first thing I noticed is that the packaging is similar to the serum I tried before, but they’ve changed out some of the black wording for metallic gold.

Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist
Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist

The mist is about average at 100mL, but it looks slimmer compared to other mists out there on the market. Based on the marketing, I believe that the mist is supposed to be a one-stop product for instant moisture and calming effects.

One of the things that sets the Nacific mist apart is probably the fact that it’s marketed as a serum mist, so the product inside isn’t fully watery. And secondly, there’s an oil layer so you’ll have to shake the mist up before you spray it on your face. Now, mists are normally supposed to be paired with another product to give some lasting hydration to the face, but this one you could probably use alone unless you have dry skin.

Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist - separated
Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist – separated
Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist - mixed
Nacific Fresh Herb Origin Serum Mist – mixed

I can’t tell if it’s because of the additional oil layer or if the serum in the mist already has the hydrating power behind it, but I can use this immediately after washing my face and not have to put a toner underneath or a cream on top. It works well enough for my combination skin, but I’m pretty sure those with dry skin would prefer to add something a little more over top to lock the moisture in/help it along.

The mist itself is fine, and reminds me of the fine mist that the heimish bulgarian rose mist would make. And like with the rest of the products in the Fresh Herb Origin line, this mist has that same scent. Very citrusy, but it’s not too strong nor does it linger for long.

All in all, I really did enjoy trying out this serum mist from Nacific. I might just buy another one when this runs out actually, since this is the only mist I have at the moment. Out of all of the mists I’ve tried, this is probably the top 5 so I highly recommend this. I’ve linked it down below if you’re looking to buy this.

Not ready to go? Don’t worry, there is one last review for this series. You can find it on the main blog page.


Toronto-based Beauty and Lifestyle blogger focusing on the world of Korean Skincare and Beauty, particularly product reviews and where to get them in Canada.

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