Motherdirt AO+ Mist Review
It is believed that skin care products that you commonly use to maintain optimal skin care health strip away the good bacteria that the skin needs. This review is going to look further into Motherdirt AO+ Mist. This product is a mist spray that is designed to relieve sweating and convert it back into beneficial properties for the skin and also help maintain a healthy pH level. They claim that you’ll notice improved skin clarity and smoothness, well hydrated, less-oily and sensitive skin within the first four weeks of use. The manufacturer claims to achieve this through its AOBs that convert ammonia into beneficial byproducts which can help calm the skin and keep other microorganisms in check.
- Nitrosomonas Eutropha
- Disodium Phosphate
- Magnesium Chloride
The ingredients work by converting ammonia into beneficial byproducts. When the ammonia contacts our skin, the AOBs help keep a healthy pH level. The byproducts help calm the skin and keep other microorganisms in check.
Motherdirt recommends shaking the bottle well before use then mist once a day or more on areas where you sweat a lot.
Pregnant or nursing mothers and those under medical care should consult with their doctor before using this spray.
This product is available on the manufacturer’s website for $49.00 for one 3.4 oz bottle. They do not offer any bulk purchasing packages or discounts.
Possible Side Effects
There are no side effects associated with this product.
Motherdirt claims they have a liberal return policy that is not time bound. If you are not satisfied with a product you can return it and they will send you a new product or refund your money.
Motherdirt AO+ Mist Review – The Bottom Line
This mist is unique to other skin care products because it contains live bacteria that have been shown to be beneficial for the skin and that help maintain a balance on the skin. However, this product is extremely expensive relative to its size. If you follow their dosage recommendations you can run through one bottle quickly and considering that they do not offer any sort of bulk purchasing discounts, the cost of maintaining your skin will significantly add up. Users reported that the bottle lasted them only 1.5 to 2 weeks before running out. The manufacturer claims that by using their mist spray you will be able to cut out the use of other products, lowering overall skin care costs, but when we looked up consumer reviews, we found many users who had complained that this product was entirely ineffective after they had used it for an extended amount of time. Some reported that using this product made their skin condition worse. It seems like a nice idea to have a mist spray that contains AOBs to help maintain a skin balance, but taking into consideration the plethora of negative consumer reviews and its expensive price, this spray is too risky.