One word – yum! I’m massively a fan of mists and rose-infused coolers so Melvita Rose Beauty Mist ticks both those boxes. Personally, I’m less interested in the skin care elements and more interested in the pleasure of making cooling down as lovely as possible. Yes, we could all spray with water from the fridge, but it’s just not as lovely.
So, because it’s a proper spray, and none of the wild-firing of non-atomised squirters, the rose fuelled mist just settles beautifully on the skin with a burst of gentle rose fragrance. It’s SO pretty! The cool feeling doesn’t disappear instantly, either, so I have to highly recommend this for hot and bothered skin. As far as the actual skin care elements go, it’s hydrating (in as far as a water can be) and protecting with organic and fair trade Damask rose and organic wild rose.
You don’t need it, but there’s so much beauty pleasure packed into this little tin that Melvita Organic Rose Beauty Mist is £10 very well spent. It’s scheduled for a late July launch so keep your beauty eyes on it!
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