Misty Business

Despite what people may think a facial mist isn’t just for the hotter months of the year, they’re a big part of my skincare routine, from setting make-up, to toning, to just simply refreshing my skin on-the-go. You may think they’re an unnecessary step but, a good mist can help boost dehydrated skin to maintain a healthy glow all year round. If you find that your skin isn’t getting the hydration it needs, then you should consider incorporating a mist into your daily regime. Here are 3 of my favourites for you to consider…

Caudalie Beauty Elixir

If you’re a regular reader of my blog you’ll know that i’m obsessed with this one! It will tighten pores, boost skin radiance and smooth out fine lines. What I love the most is that it’s multi-functional, you can mist it before moisturising, after applying make-up to set it or spritz it throughout the day for skin rejuvenation. They’ve just released it in a limited edition gold bottle to celebrate 20 years of misting!

Caudalie Beauty Elixir

 

Do you suffer from skin redness like me? You need to try this Jurlique mist, it’s a game-changer. The gorgeous blend of Calendula, Camomile and Echinacea helps to soothe irritated skin. Designed with sensitive skin in mind, this Rescue Mist quickly hydrates and calms my skin first thing in the morning. The smell is just amazing, infused with Cucumber and Camomile extract it restores moisture making my skin the very best it can be before applying my make-up.

 

Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Calming Mist

 

Pixi Glow Mist

Beauty bloggers have been raving about the Glow Mist so I had to try it out, it’s now a staple in my skincare routine. With 13 natural oils including Propolis, Aloe Vera and fruit extracts it instantly adds a radiant, luminous effect to my skin. It not only makes my skin glow, but it protects and nourishes my skin at the same time. If I know i’m off to after work drinks with my friends, i’ll make sure it’s in my bag to instantly refresh my make-up.

 

Pixi Glow Mist

 

 

Becca x

 

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