Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist
Glow Recipe are such a super hyped skincare brand, but I hadn’t ever tried their products until recently. So who are Glow Recipe? They’re a brand that make clean, fruit-powered skincare designed to help bring out your inner glow. Their products utilise the highest quality natural ingredients, and believe what’s not in the formula is just as important as what is. Plus their skincare essentials are clean, cruelty-free and free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates, among others. I have a selection of Glow Recipe products to share with you over the coming months, and the first is the Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist which is available to buy from Cult Beauty for £25.
The Glow Recipe products are organised by fruit, by skin type, by skin concern and by product type. The Watermelon collection consists of three products; Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask, Watermelon Glow Pink Juice Moisturiser and Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist. Glow Recipe’s Watermelon range is designed to hydrate, soothe, and fight free radical damage to ward off fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots.
What is the Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist?
“Immerse skin into a hydrating mist so ultra-fine and delicate, it envelops your skin like a dreamy morning fog. This formula is packed with a juicy blend of 84% watermelon, hyaluronic acid, and hibiscus AHA’s to refresh skin and enhance makeup.
Besides looking pretty, this bi-phase mist combines two great things into something even better. Shake it before you spray it to mix up the nourishing-oil layer with the water-based active extracts for a haze of softening, smoothing, and illuminating hydration. You’ll love this hydrating mist for its ability to enhance your natural dewy glow and your makeup with a single spritz. “
This amino acid and vitamin-rich fruit in this Korean face mist provides exceptional hydration while fighting off free radicals to visibly prevent fine lines and wrinkles.
The hyaluronic acid offers an instant quench, making this soothing face mist an excellent choice for those with dry, irritated skin. It hydrates and visibly plumps skin by holding 1000x its weight in moisture.
The hibiscus contains naturally occurring AHA’s that smooth uneven texture, soften, and hydrate skin for optimal makeup application or touch-ups.
Rice Germ Oil
An antioxidant-rich powerhouse that is loaded with high levels of vitamin E to deeply hydrate and visibly protect skin.
Parabens, Mineral Oil, Sulfates, Silicones, Phthalates, Alcohol, Synthetic Dyes. Vegan. Cruelty-free.
The Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist can be used by those with dry skin, normal skin, sensitive skin and oily/combination skin. It has been designed to be used as a hydrating glow mist, and as a makeup prep-perfecting mist, and before being used for either method it’s important to shake it, to ensure the bi-phase formula has been thoroughly blended. The layers separate, and by shaking the mist before use it means that they work together to hydrate, soften and give the skin a glowing radiance throughout the day.
The mist has the most incredible watermelon scent which smells just like fresh watermelon, and it really does feel so refreshing in the mornings. I like how even the atomiser mists over the skin. It never leaves the skin feeling wet, or as if you need to allow your skin to ‘dry’ before applying any further skincare products, or makeup. It has an extremely hydrating formula that my dry skin loves, and I love applying it before and after makeup for an extra boost of hydration.
If you like the Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray, you’ll love the Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra Fine Mist, except this mist is so much more hydrating, and gives you more of an ‘experience’ compared to the Clinique facial mist. It’s made with 84% watermelon, and it really is intensely hydrating which my dry and dehydrated skin has been loving during the colder months.
You can purchase the Glow Recipe range on Cult Beauty right here.
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