Monday, 19 December 2016

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

In the land down under, summer is well and truly here. We've had a few choice heat waves but the weather has been fantastic. However, it's only going to get hotter and for those of you who have to struggle through the heat without an air conditioner - such as myself - then you'll more than likely be relying on a fan and a face mist to save the day. I've put together a few of my favourite face mists to help get you through this Aussie summer.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

I'm a huge fan of a face mist if I'll be honest. For a long time, I considered it to be simply just water with no real benefit - plus a massive waste of money. But with age comes wisdom, and I soon discovered the many hidden benefits of facial mists. Well, most of them anyway. Some of them are just packaged expensive water. 

I've chosen five face mists - all of which double as toners - that I rely on either as part of my regular skincare routine or as a pick-me-up throughout the day. 

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

One of my all time favourite toners is the Lush Cosmetics Tea Tree Water Toner Water. It has the word water right there in the name so it's not trying to hide anything. This little concoction also contains actual tea tree in it, which is antibacterial and antifungal. This will help if you are particularly acne prone and happen to be sweating a lot. I also just really love the scent.

Lately, I've been using the Swisse Skincare Deep Sea Hydrating Mist Toner as my regular morning toner. As well as containing sea minerals, it also contains aloe vera which is calming on the skin. I find that this is the kind of spray toner that absorbs into the skin very quickly and won't leave you feeling wet or drippy. It's perfect for all skin types so it makes for an excellent handbag addition.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

The Dermalogica Ultra Calming Mist* is the perfect mist to use after a hot and heavy workout session or a super in-depth cleansing session. It contains Dermalogica's patented Ultra Calming formulation that helps with reducing redness and inflammation whilst also locking in moisture.

An old favourite - my Enbacci Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essence is perfect as an all rounder. Made from grape stem cells, this toner is alcohol-free and works to keep your skin balanced and fresh whilst also having anti-ageing properties. This one has a very light scent and is actually my favourite for travelling with.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

For those suffering from acne or spotty skin, then the La Roche-Posay Serozinc* is definitely the one for you. This particular spray is designed for problematic skin and targets oily and irritated parts of the face. It also has mattifying properties which means you can apply throughout the day as needed without any dewiness. 

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As you can see, the face mists in question certainly pack a punch and are more than just fancy water in a can. There are definitely benefits to applying a face mist throughout the day - particularly if you are sweating your face off.

Have you tried any of the above face mists? If so, what are your thoughts?
Let me know what your favourite face mist is, too!

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Products marked with a * were provided for consideration.
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11 comments

  1. I was exactly the same as you, I didn't see the benefit of Face mists, but I think you've convinced me!

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  2. See, I love facial mists but was surprised not to see one of Jurlique's on there! They are bomb in making facial mists!

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  3. I am using Janesce Rose water spray for now, it is quite nice. at the moment I usually hide in the library with my brats when it is hot

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  4. I love the la roche posay serozinc! its actually amazing
    http://www.peachy-milk.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. All of these sound lovely - thanks for featuring them hon! I'm particularly drawn to the Enbacci one - haven't tried anything from this brand so far, but this is a great place to start ♥

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  6. I haven't tried any of those, but I've got the Swisse facial mist in my kit. I've got 2 other facial mists to get through first before I try that one, so it'll be a while before I try it. I love a good facial mist on a hot day or after a hot shower, it does help keep me cool.

    Shell // The Novice Life

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  7. Great recommendations! I really want to try that Swisse one. And I love the Enbacci and La Roche Posay mists!

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  8. Serozinc is awesome and I also like the Enbacci mist. Great picks!

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  9. I love the Lush one! My ultimate favourite
    X Izzy www.izzywears.com

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  10. i always hear great things about the serozinc but unfortunately it is not available in Canada :(

    http://www.clairetalksbeauty.com/

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  11. Ooh, I really want to try the Lush one! Can't believe I haven't seen it before.My all time favourite facial spray is still the Mario Badescu rosewater mist, it is so refreshing, and the rosewater smells so good, have you tried it?

    Kez | acaciasdreams.com

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Monday, 19 December 2016

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

In the land down under, summer is well and truly here. We've had a few choice heat waves but the weather has been fantastic. However, it's only going to get hotter and for those of you who have to struggle through the heat without an air conditioner - such as myself - then you'll more than likely be relying on a fan and a face mist to save the day. I've put together a few of my favourite face mists to help get you through this Aussie summer.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

I'm a huge fan of a face mist if I'll be honest. For a long time, I considered it to be simply just water with no real benefit - plus a massive waste of money. But with age comes wisdom, and I soon discovered the many hidden benefits of facial mists. Well, most of them anyway. Some of them are just packaged expensive water. 

I've chosen five face mists - all of which double as toners - that I rely on either as part of my regular skincare routine or as a pick-me-up throughout the day. 

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

One of my all time favourite toners is the Lush Cosmetics Tea Tree Water Toner Water. It has the word water right there in the name so it's not trying to hide anything. This little concoction also contains actual tea tree in it, which is antibacterial and antifungal. This will help if you are particularly acne prone and happen to be sweating a lot. I also just really love the scent.

Lately, I've been using the Swisse Skincare Deep Sea Hydrating Mist Toner as my regular morning toner. As well as containing sea minerals, it also contains aloe vera which is calming on the skin. I find that this is the kind of spray toner that absorbs into the skin very quickly and won't leave you feeling wet or drippy. It's perfect for all skin types so it makes for an excellent handbag addition.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

The Dermalogica Ultra Calming Mist* is the perfect mist to use after a hot and heavy workout session or a super in-depth cleansing session. It contains Dermalogica's patented Ultra Calming formulation that helps with reducing redness and inflammation whilst also locking in moisture.

An old favourite - my Enbacci Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essence is perfect as an all rounder. Made from grape stem cells, this toner is alcohol-free and works to keep your skin balanced and fresh whilst also having anti-ageing properties. This one has a very light scent and is actually my favourite for travelling with.

Five Face Mists To Try This Summer - Sweetaholic Beauty

For those suffering from acne or spotty skin, then the La Roche-Posay Serozinc* is definitely the one for you. This particular spray is designed for problematic skin and targets oily and irritated parts of the face. It also has mattifying properties which means you can apply throughout the day as needed without any dewiness. 

-- 

As you can see, the face mists in question certainly pack a punch and are more than just fancy water in a can. There are definitely benefits to applying a face mist throughout the day - particularly if you are sweating your face off.

Have you tried any of the above face mists? If so, what are your thoughts?
Let me know what your favourite face mist is, too!

--


Products marked with a * were provided for consideration.

11 comments:

  1. I was exactly the same as you, I didn't see the benefit of Face mists, but I think you've convinced me!

    ReplyDelete
  2. See, I love facial mists but was surprised not to see one of Jurlique's on there! They are bomb in making facial mists!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I am using Janesce Rose water spray for now, it is quite nice. at the moment I usually hide in the library with my brats when it is hot

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love the la roche posay serozinc! its actually amazing
    http://www.peachy-milk.blogspot.co.uk/

    ReplyDelete
  5. All of these sound lovely - thanks for featuring them hon! I'm particularly drawn to the Enbacci one - haven't tried anything from this brand so far, but this is a great place to start ♥

    ReplyDelete
  6. I haven't tried any of those, but I've got the Swisse facial mist in my kit. I've got 2 other facial mists to get through first before I try that one, so it'll be a while before I try it. I love a good facial mist on a hot day or after a hot shower, it does help keep me cool.

    Shell // The Novice Life

    ReplyDelete
  7. Great recommendations! I really want to try that Swisse one. And I love the Enbacci and La Roche Posay mists!

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  8. Serozinc is awesome and I also like the Enbacci mist. Great picks!

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  9. I love the Lush one! My ultimate favourite
    X Izzy www.izzywears.com

    ReplyDelete
  10. i always hear great things about the serozinc but unfortunately it is not available in Canada :(

    http://www.clairetalksbeauty.com/

    ReplyDelete
  11. Ooh, I really want to try the Lush one! Can't believe I haven't seen it before.My all time favourite facial spray is still the Mario Badescu rosewater mist, it is so refreshing, and the rosewater smells so good, have you tried it?

    Kez | acaciasdreams.com

    ReplyDelete

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