Verso Anti Pollution Mist

I’m still a bit hesitant about anti pollution products – after all, we’ve managed all this time without them. However, when I come back from central London and wash my hands I can see the water is grey from murkiness picked up just being there. Friends I know have started to be affected by pollution (one very much so with sore eyes and the other with wheezing on high pollution days) when they never were before so even if the science doesn’t convince me (because often it’s just impossible to pull apart marketing from so called science) the physical evidence is more persuasive. I think Verso Anti Pollution Mist is belt and braces if you live in green spaces where there is little pollution but maybe more essential if not. I guess it just stops your skin having to work so hard to protect itself from the inflammation that the tiny particles of grime can cause.

Verso Anti Pollution Mist

I like the idea of not overthinking things, and using a quick spritz – this is very versatile: over make up, under make up or on bare skin, and uses a polymer combination to remove free radicals and give antioxidant protection. It’s an extra shield, if you like and guards against pollution metals and gases by stopping them penetrating your complexion.

I have a full ingredient list for this below so you can see if you like the line up but it’s so quick and simple to use it’s a very easy incorporation into your routine. Verso is an expensive brand so it’s £39 – some Verso I’ve had great success with such as the lip serum which I love and yet other products haven’t really grabbed me. I don’t have a launch date for this yet but keep an eye on Cult Beauty where the brand is stocked.


Aqua, Phenoxyethanol, Propanediol, Caprylyl, Glycol, Lecithin,Diisopropyl Adipate, Acrylic Acid/Acrylamidomethyl Propane Sulfonic Acid, Copolymer, Dimethylmethoxy Chromanol,, Glyceryl Caprylate, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hydroxide



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