Freshen up With One of These Magical Mists

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A popular pick-me-up, facial sprays and spritzers are ideal as a post-treatment refresher. They not only provide skin with a dose of moisture but can also balance and tone skin or help to set spa-goers’ makeup. While some are made with thermal water, others feature a variety of hydrating ingredients, which keep skin looking and feeling dewy fresh. It’s important to choose a mist with hydrating ingredients, as spritzing the skin with plain water tends to dry it out rather than hydrate it. That’s because water typically evaporates on the skin, drawing moisture with it. So when choosing a facial mist, be sure to choose one that helps bind moisture to the skin. Here are a few worth checking out:

Enriched with essential oils and flower waters, ESPA Hydrating Floral Spafresh Spritzer contains rose damascena to hydrate, rose geranium to soothe and protect, and neroli to leave skin feeling supple. (www.espaskincare.com)

For normal to combination skin, Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist is a daily hydrating spray designed to balance and soothe the skin.

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Kerstin Florian Rehydrating Neroli Water is infused with the essence of bitter orange blossom, which helps freshen the skin.

Intended to boost skin’s hydration during or after sun exposure, Pevonia Botanica Phyto-Aromatic Mist helps hydrate dehydrated skin and can be used for setting makeup. 

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