A while ago, I was sent another spray-on facial moisturiser and couldn’t really get the point of it – it seemed like a much less convenient way to moisturise with the added annoyance of getting moisturiser in your hair as well. I ended up spraying it into my hand and then applying which only served to add a step. However, thisworks In Transit Spray-On Moisturiser (£18.50) is part of a travel range of beauty products and for that I do get it. It’s within the 100ml allowance so you can take it on board your flight and just spritz up when you feel you need it. If you’re flying only an hour or so your skin doesn’t really need any extra moisturising but long-haul is another matter entirely – there is nothing for making your skin virtually crisp with dryness than a long-haul flight.
I haven’t had a chance to try this newbie but as long as it isn’t a particulary squirty spray, then I’m guessing that it’s also good for the office drawer; organic aloe vera water soothes and cools while sea minerals are the indicated hydrators. thisworks products always smell lovely as well, so all in all, I think it’s a dryness combator and skin soother that will find a place in my beauty cupboard. Let’s face it, there’s only so many movies you can watch on a long-haul – you might as well do something great for your skin to while away a few more minutes before the next serving of plastic food.
If you haven’t tried thisworks, my favourite product from the range is the Skin Deep Dry Leg Oil.. quite honestly a beauty marvel. It’s £39.50 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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