summer beauty: Skin-Loving Facial Mists
With summer blazing on, it’s easy to feel damp, dirty, and frankly, not so fresh. This week is a reminder that as much as we love the summer heat, sometimes it’s a necessity to freshen up and cool off with moisturizing sprays for the face. We found four lightweight mists that are the perfect pick-me-ups to survive the heat without having to start the beauty regimen all over in the mid-day heat.
sweet scent + tone: Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence Moisturizing Toner Spray quenches skin’s thirst for moisture with bioidentical Hyaluronic Acid and a blend of natural humectants. It leaves the complexion plump and youthful by minimizing pores, refining skin tone, and enhancing your natural glow. Jasmine and Tangerine Hydrosol combine with Gotu Kola to create a mixture of moisturizing and firming formula that leaves skin healthy.
Fresh + clear: La Roche-Posey Thermal Spring Water contains the antioxidant selenium to tone and refresh on-the-go. The cool micro mist is ideal for post procedural recovery, as it soothes the skin.
Sensitive skin: Boscia Clear Complexion Tonic with Botanical Blast purifies pores and strengthens the skin’s natural defense against irritation. With no parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances or dyes, Boscia’s tonic leaves skin oil-free, clean, and clear. The combination of lavender, willow herb, jojoba leaf, and amino acid serine coexist to purify, balance, and prevent skin damage.
Natural: Aubrey Sparkling Complexion Mist uses sparkling mineral water for intense hydration and ensures it last eight hours with glacier water liposom. The mist can be used to set makeup, as a pick-me-up, or instead of moisturizer with a light fresh scent of grapefruit, lavender, and ylang ylang.
Summer heat shouldn’t leave you feeling sluggish. Instead, freshen up with a cool off mist. Tata Harper’s($85), La Roche-Posey ($13), Boscia($24) and Aubrey ($8) are perfect for moisturizing no matter where your travels take you. Summer Beauty: Skin-Loving Facial Mists written by Nadia Hartvigsen.