Beauty

4 Must-Try-Facial-Mists

Instantly boost your skin with a quick-fix spritz
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The multiple benefits of facial spritzing are boundless. A good facial mist can help to prep your skin and also act as a setting spray for make-up, serve as a barrier between your skin and the harmful pollutants of the environment and its age-inducing free radicals and also hydrate and rejuvenate your skin and make-up throughout the day.

For a natural, alcohol-free toning spritz that is the ideal pre and post make-up, we love the Hydrating Mist Toner by Sukin (Dhs42, Life Pharmacy), which combines the naturally soothing properties of Rosewater and Chamomile to balance and restore comfort to the face, neck and happily can be used on the body too for a refreshing boost.

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When it comes to on-the-go hydration, there really is no substitute for a handy, handbag friendly facial spritz. Next time you need a midday pick-me-up or need that crucial mid-flight hit of hydration, reach for Rodial’s Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Tonic (Dhs225, Harvey Nichols) which contains 1% vitamin B, which boasts anti-aging and skin tone evening properties as well as CHRONOCYCLIN® to boost cell renewal and collagen production so is perfect to spritz under make-up as well as to nourish and re-energize during the day. You may also want to try the Too Cool for School’s Coconut Milky Mist (Dhs87, Sephora) which contains 87% Brazilian coconut water and adds a welcome tropical spritz to any day.

We don’t know about you, but we know that sometimes our energy slumps and dwindles with the usual pressures of the day, but it doesn’t mean your skin and make-up should! Decleor’s Aurabsolu, Dhs147, selected spas) is a specially formulated tonic with a sumptuous bouquet of invigorating essential oils including Lemongrass, Rosemary, Mint Flower and Thyme.  A couple of sprays will fill you with a spa-like sense of zen while simultaneously gently exfoliating and refining the skin with the formula’s Salicylic Acid complex (now that’s we call a win-win).

 

And remember, spritzing isn’t just for the summer - it’s an essential part of a skincare regime that we like to think of it as mini self-care regime in itself.

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