I know. Another packaging brain teaser… the Emma Hardie Plump & Glow Hydrating Mist is a tube of mist which doesn’t even make sense when we think how mists are presented. But, despite it looking every inch a tube of cream, it’s actually a beautiful, hyaluronic acid laden mist that’s perfect for summer cool downs or post cleansing freshen ups. Apparently, it’s the first ever spritz in a tube so rather ground-breaking.
The mist itself, along with hyaluronic, contains watermint, aloe vera, velvet flower and gold particles which mattifies the skin without leaving it feeling dry. The scent of this is beautiful – very ‘theraputic’ and enlivening. Emma Hardie Plump & Glow Hydrating Mist is going to be best for oily skin that hates the heat but actually, because of the hydration elements, I’d happily use this as and when I feel my skin needs it on a hot day. If you wake in the night because of heat, this is one of the best things you can use both as a cooler, soother and a hydrator (sorry to get to the nitty gritty but if you are hot-flushing between the sheets, then you have probably perspired all your night cream away). It doesn’t leave any kind of oily feel, so you do need moisturiser as well (don’t bother in the middle of the night – a spritz will do) – this is an additional step with no real rules about when to use it. Just do it when you like.
I’ve tried it (very short term) and while I wouldn’t say it’s done anything discernable in the plumping stakes, it definitely feels like something well over and above any water mists and I’ll happily continue to use to the last drop.
I don’t have a price yet – but it’s launching at the beginning of August.
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