There’s something very nice about the spritz mechanic of this daily defence mist – it comes out of the nozzle as a proper mist rather than a squirt. I wondered why I took to this mist so easily and of course, when I check the ingredient list, hyaluronic is right there, along with moringa peptides to help remove the micro particle film of grot that forms over your skin thanks to pollution. Mists fall into the category of preference rather than necessity – in reality I don’t think anyone ‘needs’ a skin mist if you have a decent routine already, so a lot of my liking for this is about the sensory element. It’s alcohol free, which many mists are not, and has a minimal, but present, scent of orange and rose. There really are no complaints here for those hot and irritated skin moments that need the pleasure of a cooling, calming spritz. A tip is to use it after shaving (legs or wherever) just to take any irritation out of the skin. When
The brand also included the most delightful Tranquility Mist infused with lavender, cedarwood, bergamot, grapefruit and mandarin – I won’t go on about how lovely it is because they don’t actually sell it as a retail product. Maybe it’s something that can only be as nice made in small batches, but even then, I would say it would be worth it – it’s on equal footing with Aromatherapy Associates in terms of efficacy and quality.
Anyway, if you’re up for a cool shot of hyaluronic infused mist for hot days and holidays, it’s £20 HERE. There is also a very good selection of rather tempting travel size products, starting at £5.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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