review : First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist

February 22, 2017 No comments

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |
Hi everyone! It's been a while since my last Asian beauty–related post. bntnews International recently sent me this unique new product to try, so today I'll be reviewing it for you – the First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist*. I've encountered a lot of products over the course of my AB journey, but this one is the first of its kind that I've tried, so I'm quite excited about it!

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist | chainyan.coFirst Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |
First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist
81g (0.9g*90 tablets)
First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |


So what is it? First Cosmetic claims: "A medist (medical mist) that provides elasticity, nutrition, and an antioxidant effect for tired skin." Essentially, it is a DIY facial mist that you can customize according to your skin's needs.

Inside the box are a plastic bottle full of different colored tablets, and a glass atomizer bottle. The bottle containing the tablets is so pretty. I would've appreciated it more if both bottles were made of plastic, but it makes sense that the atomizer is made of glass since it's more sturdy. The atomizer sprays the mist quite nicely. I'm scared of breaking it though, so I only use it when I'm at home.

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |
The tablets have four different colors, and each color has a different function:
  • Green – Anti-wrinkle
  • Blue – Skin regeneration (strengthen cell membrane, relieve inflammation, regenerate damaged skin)
  • Yellow – Whitening
  • Pink – Skin condition management (strengthen skin barrier, healthy skin, acne prevention)
You can also mix two different colors according to your desired effect.

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |
First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist | chainyan.coFirst Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |


  1. Fill the mist bottle up to 2/3 of the way with clear, warm water. If the water is cold, it takes longer to melt the tablets.
  2. Put two vitamin tablets into the bottle and close the cap when they are completely melted.
  3. Holding the bottle 30cm away from your face, spray the mist onto the skin. You can also apply it by pouring the liquid onto your palms and patting it into the skin, or by soaking a cotton pad and applying onto the face.

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |
First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |


  1. When the tablets melt, carbon dioxide rises. Make sure to let the tablets melt completely, otherwise the spray may break due to the pressure from the carbonated gas, or become clogged by the powder residue.
  2. Don't forget to re-open the cap 1-2 hours after closing it, to release the carbon dioxide.
  3. The mist should be used within 3-4 days. Because the tablets were made without any preservatives, the mist may spoil if not used within the said time.
  4. Powder residue might remain on the skin after use. This is perfectly normal.
  5. Store in a cool, dry place. Humidity may cause the mist to become discolored.

In case you need a video to better understand how to use this product, here's one I found on Youtube:

For this mist, I mixed a blue and a yellow tablet, for skin regeneration and whitening. I think it's interesting that you can mix different colors. If you think about it, because of the different combinations, this means you can choose from 16 different mists in one - green, blue, yellow, pink, green+blue, green+yellow, green+pink, and so on.

Something to note: it's actually quite hard to take the tablets out of the bottle, which is great since that means you have a small chance of accidentally spilling everything, but it makes it hard to choose tablets. I had to shake the bottle a few times to get the colors I want. I suggest transferring the tablets into a pill box if you want to be able to choose which color tablets you want to use for your mist.

First Cosmetic Mulbit Medist Vitamin Sparkling Mist |


The product smells a lot like perfume. It feels very luxurious, but it made me very hesitant to spray it on my face at first. I'm still hesitant to do it, because I don't want any getting on my mouth. Which is why most of the time I go with the cotton pad method.


This past month my skin's been in a very bad condition because of stress, and this mist has helped it bounce back from that. I've been using the blue, yellow, and pink tablets the most. I find that the pink ones help the most with tired skin. I had a small patch of breakouts from stress and the blue+pink combination helped a lot in calming them.


To be honest I haven't used a mist in a long time, so I wasn't sure how I'd feel about it now. I used to have a couple of mists in my skincare stash some few years ago, but I didn't repurchase because I was quite new to skincare back then and thought I didn't really need it. Now that I've used this mist, I've changed my mind about them. They're a great way to instantly refresh and recharge your skin! This one in particular is super light, but adds moisture instantly. I like using this mist after the acids in my routine, especially on days I use both BHA and AHA together. I also like spritzing this after removing my sheet mask, if I used one. The only downside is the scent. I'm pretty sensitive towards scents so I wish it were a bit subtler. Other than that, I quite like this product a lot :)

I couldn't find any shops selling them other than the official First Cosmetic shop. The whole set is ₩49,000 (~$43/~P2,155). If I find any international shops selling this product in the future, I'll make sure to update this post.

DISCLAIMER: This product was sent to me by bntnews for review, but the opinions expressed here are 100% my own. Financial compensation was not received for this post. Please see my full disclaimer for more information.

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