What would you do if you saw a facial sprays in a store. Walk straight past it and call it a gimmick? While there are a lot of fad items that come out every year, it seems that there’s more to facial sprays than just a quick refresher for the complexion.
In Asia, for example, facial sprays are de rigeur – an extra moisture shot when you need it on the go. It’s become such a thing, that travel-sized facial sprays are available in many high street shops and drugstores.
So what do they do? In the past year, a new generation of face spritzes have come out with a couple of very big promises. All of them hydrate the skin, but some tone the skin too, or set makeup, act as a serum to nourish skin throughout the day, and others cool the skin.
But its as a travel moisturiser that face mists work best. And in Asia, where temperatures can hit the high 30s regularly, when your skin is dehydrated, its protective barrier gets weaker, which means collagen and elastin can break down faster. By keeping it well moisturized, you’re setting yourself up for smoother, glowier skin in the long run.
And the good thing is, they’re not jostling for space in your bathroom cabinet – there’s no extra step to your skincare routine in the morning. These are on the go hydrators, so when you need a hit, just reach for the spray. Under makeup, over makeup – these mists are designed to work on all types of skin.
Babor Cleansing CP Thermal Spray delivers a mist of nourishing thermal water to replenish skin’s moisture and nutrients on the face and body. Rich in minerals and trace elements, Babor Thermal Spray relieves inflammation while revitalizing and soothing the skin.
- Soothes and calms skin.
How to use:
Spritz on face and body to refresh and revitalise.
- Aachen Hot Springs Water – Rich in essential minerals and trace elements; hydrates, soothes, and fortifies skin.
- Panthenol – Hydrates and soothes.
- Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera) – Anti-inflammatory; heals and hydrates.