Thursday, 29 May 2014

My favourite face mists

Face mists
Face mists are relatively new skincare products that have been lately getting more and more popular amongst beauty enthusiasts and used all year round. Although during Summer we all reach for them more often so today I want share with you my two favourite face mists which I love and will always repurchase, especially as they are purse friendly.

NSPA Revitalising Vitamin Toning Mist, 150ml, RRP £3 - I have discovered NSPA products a few months back while making my weekly shopping in Asda, I bought then a face mask which I loved and that's how I started trying more of their products.
NSPA is exclusively available in Asda and their range is created and used by spa professionals. Products are not tested on animals and are paraben free. They have skincare, body and hair care products at very affordable prices.
Revitalising Vitamin Toning Mist is enriched with toning witch hazel, nourishing avocado and apricot oils, moisturising Ginseng and natural vitamin E. It can be used as a part of your cleansing routine as a tonner or anytime during the day to refresh your skin. I personally love to use it in the morning after cleansing my face. My skin often feels tight and uncomfortable after being under the shower and a few spritz of this mist soothes my skin, adds some moisture and leaves my face soft, and ready for the rest part of my skincare routine. It has a slight scent to it which is very relaxing. I normally don't use it during the day but the mist is fine enough not to smudge your make up if you wish to spray it over it.
I absolutely love this mist and I think it's excellent value for money. If you like face tonners in spray form I highly recommend you try the NSPA Toning Mist.
 La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water, 50ml, RRP £3.50 - "the unique combination of mineral salts and trace elements, including Selenium, gives La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water anti-oxidant, anti-irritant, soothing and softening properties which have been scientifically proven."
I just love this refreshing, soothing mist, also it's the perfect size to have it in your handbag ready for any 'facial mists needing' situations.
I like to use it after any face treatments, when my skin may feel a bit tight or sensitive, to soothe it and bring the moisture back into it. My skin is immediately softer and more hydrated. I also use it during the day to refresh my make up and add healthy dewiness to my face. On a hot day it's just perfect to cool me down or if I wasn't careful enough with the sun to soothe sunburnt skin.
The La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water is suitable for sensitive skins, even for babies and I've used it on my boys and they love it and would happily finish the whole container for playing purposes:)
 Just to remember, after spraying the mist onto your face, to gently pat dry the excess with a tissue or cotton pad, otherwise evaporating water can dry your skin.
Do you use facial mists? Which one is your favourite?
Let me know in the comments below.
Kind regards


  1. My favorite facial spray is Caudalie's Beauty Elixir, but I'm very tempted by La Roche Posay's as well - it sounds so refreshing! :o) Xx

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    1. The Caudalie's Beauty Elixir is such a cult product, I am tempted to give this a go:) xx


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