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It’s easy to assume that a face mist is just a fancy spritz of water to freshen up during the day, but for us skincare enthusiasts in-the-know, a face mist is one of the most versatile and underrated products on the market, and is one step in the skin care ritual that would never be skipped. A quick spritz every day, morning and night, after cleansing the skin is a must.
Why? Face mists provide the necessary function of hydration. Especially those that contain organic hydrosols (i.e. plant ‘water’) as a base. A quick spritz before applying your serum, beauty oil and/or moisturiser boosts the absorption of these nourishing products, as well as helping to prevent sensitivity reactions. A quick spritz after applying makeup is also a handy little trick, as it helps remove that ‘powdery’ finish and gives a more natural look.
If you’re not a face mist lover, or have been disappointed in the past, then I strongly encourage you to try any one from the brands that we stock. The number of emails that we receive from customers who are face-mist-converts after using one of ours, is countless. The benefits are far too favourable to skip the spritz.
A face mist (also called a toner) provides much needed hydration in today’s modern world, and wonderful benefits for the skin and complexion with water soluble actives that address certain skin concerns.
Everyone, irrespective of your age or skin concern.
Face Mists are also brilliant for spritzing lightly over makeup. It helps to give a more dewy fresh and natural look after makeup application.
You can also spritz a face mist throughout the day as desired to freshen your complexion and perk up tired looking skin.
CALIA NATURAL facial toner : VIEW
PHAEDRA BOTANICALS cooling skin tonic - peppermint : VIEW
PHAEDRA BOTANICALS soothing skin tonic - witch hazel : VIEW
Exfoliation is a necessary and basic step in your skin care ritual, as it encourages skin cell turnover, stimulates the production of new skin cells, and encourages the production of collagen and elastin, the basic building blocks of the skin.