Thalgo Reviving Marine Mist is for all skin types, even sensitive. This is a remineralising mist that boosts cell metabolism and renewal and strengthens the skin’s defences.
But does our skin need a spritz every few hours? It seems that facial mists could have a surprisingly beneficial effect on our complexions. And they’re all the rage in Korea — home of perfect skin, so there must be something going for them.
According to How Stuff Works, there are two main benefits of facial mist sprays — they can temporarily change the appearance of your skin, and, since they’re usually cool and pleasantly fragranced, they can help you feel good. Some sprays are marketed as being able to temporarily give you a dewy glow if your skin is feeling dry, and others designed by cosmetic companies may help set or refresh your makeup. Keep in mind, though, that many of the ingredients added to sprays can’t actually be absorbed by your skin. So, while a mist might set your makeup or brighten your face for a little while, it’s not going to make a lot of physical improvements to your skin.
Aromatherapy, the use of essential oils extracted from plants, might be another reason to use a facial mist spray. Many alternative medicine practitioners say certain scents can be effective against depression, anxiety, insomnia or exhaustion, although in some cases scientific evidence is inconclusive. If you choose a facial mist for this reason, be sure to read the ingredients list carefully. Several essential oils, such as cinnamon, can cause irritation or breakouts when applied to the skin.
Thalgo Reviving Marine Mist is the ideal choice for dehydrated skin, dry skin, sensitive skin, normal skin and combination to oily skin. Just simply spray all over the face, avoiding contact with the eyes and lips. Do not shake.