Mommy Greenest Approved: LumiMist

bottle filled with water and bubbles against white backgroundI’m always up for being a guinea pig to green technology. I cleaned my carpets with alkaline water and drank hair spray to show how unnecessary toxic chemicals were in beauty products. So when LumiMist asked me to take a look at their device, which transforms ordinary tap water into a bacteria-fighting cleanser and toner, I was intrigued. Could something this simple really work?

LumiMist transforms ordinary tap water into a bacteria-fighting cleanser and toner. Could something this simple really work? Yes! And I’ve got giveaways to prove it.

Before I tried it, I read up on how the product works. According to corporate information, LumiMist uses a patented, proprietary system to purify and micronize tap water. When sprayed on the skin, the water—transformed into five-micron sized tiny bubbles, about 20 microns smaller than the average pore size—penetrates the pores to kill bacteria and deliver oxygen, making it a dual-purpose cleanser and hydrator. Their studies show that a spritz of LumiMist eliminates 99.9% of bacteria on contact.

Sounds good, right? So I put LumiMist to the test. After filling the bottle with tap water, I pressed a button and watched tiny bubbles rise to the surface for about 30 seconds. Following directions, I then shook the bottle and spritzed. I felt a cooling mist and, after it dried, my skin did feel soft and hydrated.

Because I had to remove my makeup first, I didn’t use LumiMist alone as a cleanser; although it did work great as a toner. I also spritzed it over my mineral powder makeup and found that it worked great to set it. And I sprayed it on after yoga to kill any bacteria on my face—although I could also have sprayed it on my mat to zap bacteria there, too!

LumiMist doesn’t need to remain full, so this would be a great addition to a travel toiletries bag—simply fill with water after you get on the plane. And for those who are dealing with acne, I would recommend keeping it in your purse or desk to spritz throughout the day. LumiMist also recommends the device as a natural way to combat diaper rash and cradle cap, so it might be a good fit if you’re toting a diaper bag.

The battery operated, LED-powered device can be recharged in any USB portal, has a one-year warranty and will never need parts replacement. And yes, at $150 it’s a little pricey, but it’s lifespan is three to four years.

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Comments

  1. I really like my Clarisonic Mia.

  2. I don’t have one, but I’m currently on the hunt for one!

  3. Cynthia Richardson says:

    I like loofahs for scrubbing in the shower

  4. This stuff helps curb #breakouts & acts as an awesome #hydrator #LumiMist = deep pore #cleansing using micro-bubbles. http://www.lumimist.com

  5. I love my clarisonic brush. I use it with juice beauty cleansing milk. that’s about as natural as I have right now. 🙂

  6. This sounds like an awesome product!

  7. my lavender tangerine deodorant from Leaves of Trees

  8. sasyla dyrs says:

    this gift is perfect

  9. carrie obrien says:

    What a fascinating invention—!!Anything that helps us with minimal enviro impact I’m up for!

  10. Grape seed oil. I use it as a moisturizer, cuticle cream, hair tamer.

  11. I don’t have a favorite gadget but I do love mineral makeup and natural beauty products! 🙂

  12. Lemon juice is my favorite natural beauty product!

  13. Carrie Duran says:

    I don’t think I really use any natural beauty gadgets, but I couldn’t live without coconut oil as a moisturizer! I use it pretty much anywhere on my body.

  14. Would love to try this chemical free option as my skin is ultra sensitive.

  15. I love my tongue scraper! Does that count as a gadget? I also love my ShowerWise water filter.

  16. i don’t have any green beauty gadgets, but this sounds intriguing!

  17. This looks terrific! I love my epilator and my Dr. Sponge (in fact, I need a new one), but this takes water to a whole new level. Let me win!

  18. not sure if it counts as a gadget, but it’s my dry body brush.

  19. Shaving oil! It’s changed my life : )

    • Rachel Sarnoff says:

      Really? Have you ever tried hair conditioner? That’s what I use. I’ve never tried shaving oil will have to check that out.

  20. Heated eyelash curler

  21. Sounds fantastic, must be great for acne!

  22. How revolutionary! Would love to win one of these!

  23. Marlene V. (Enelram) says:

    I don’t have a favourite yet!!! This could be it!

  24. I love my dry skin brush. Looking for one for my face as well. This product looks awesome.

  25. A gadget can be anything not just an electric appliance. In which case, my favorite gadget is my bamboo shower mitt that cleans, exfoliates, and just feels oh-so-good in the shower.

  26. I love to spitz my face in the Summer months. I would love to try it for Winter months to feel refresh. 🙂

  27. This would be great if it really works. I’m definitely game to be a test subject!

  28. I don’t have a natural beauty gadget- yet! Dead Sea Mud from Israel and Manukah Honey are my favorite natural beauty products.

  29. Hmmm,,,,,interested to see how this works as a cleaner. Does it remove debris, make-up etc. or is it just for cleansing bare skin?

    • Rachel Sarnoff says:

      I asked exactly that and was told you could cleanse with it, but would probably want to use a cotton ball to wipe off makeup. I opted to cleanse first and use it as a toner.

  30. Charmaine says:

    I would love to try this on my sons acne.

  31. Alexandra says:

    reeeeeeeally sounds too good to be true.. I am intrigued!

  32. Katrina B. says:

    I don’t know of any natural beauty products (except for this one) but I’d be willing to try some!

    • Rachel Sarnoff says:

      Good for you Katrina! There’s a LOT more info on this site about natural beauty, if you click on the “beauty & style” category from the sidebar you’ll get to that page. Thanks for reading!

  33. So simple yet still revolutionary to an over-marketed society. Proves just how little we really need to be healthy (and beautiful!). Genius.

  34. I don’t know if I have a favorite natural beauty gadget. Does an electric toothbrush count? I couldn’t live without my Sonicare!

  35. So cool!

  36. Diane Kroese says:

    no no

  37. Brenda Leon says:

    I don’t have or use any natural beauty gadgets yet.

  38. I tried this thing on my hands and totally thought it would be a scam … but my hands were still soft with less wrinkles several hours later! would love to have one of my own!

  39. I have a friend who’s used this! Loves it.

    • Rachel Sarnoff says:

      As a cleanser or toner or both? I’m always curious how people are using it. It’s such new technology, I feel like it can do anything!

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