Now Summer is most definitely a distant memory, I still thoroughly enjoy using facial mists everyday to spritz and cool down my skin and I especially like using them after applying powder to reduce any cakiness. When we had our super hot and humid streak in the summer, I decanted some of the Garnier Micellar Water into a spray bottle to use as a facial spritz as I’d run out of my Avene Thermal Spring Water and it worked really well but it wasn’t particularly moisturising on my dry skin. The newest facial mist in my collection is the Superdrug Vitamin E Refreshing Toning Mist £2.99 which is a relatively new product.
The Superdrug Vitamin E Refreshing Toning Mist is enriched with naturally sourced Vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that helps to shield your skin against environmental damage and premature aging by combating the harmful effects of free radicals.
It also contains soothing aloe vera, and a skin conditioning multivitamin complex comprising of vitamin A, B, F and H as well as Horse Chestnut. The Superdrug Vitamin E Refreshing Toning Mist is designed to refresh and tone the skin, as well as giving the skin much needed moisture with each spray.
The mist has quite a strong coconut/suncream scent, which normally I’d quite like in a skincare product.. but it doesn’t work as well within a facial mist as it leaves a suncream taste on your lips which isn’t ideal so I have to consciously remember to close my lips together before I spritz the mist over my face.
The pump on the bottle doesn’t dispense the finest of mists so I’d recommend holding the bottle further away from your face than you would do normally, otherwise it does leave your face quite wet which is very refreshing when I’m not wearing makeup, but I don’t want my makeup to get ruined by an overzealous facial mist.
As well as refreshing, and cooling my skin down, I’ve definitely noticed that this Superdrug Vitamin E Refreshing Toning Mist is leaving my skin feeling moisturised and is actually pretty similar to the Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray except this mist is almost £20 cheaper. I love to store this mist in my fridge, and I use it in the mornings and evenings after cleansing as a refreshing toner as the mist isn’t fine enough to use over makeup. I think £2.99 is a great price for a 150ml bottle, and I think it’s a pretty good bargain buy…
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