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When the effects of pollution, harsh wind and dry air take their toll on your face, a refreshing facial mist might be just what you need to soothe your skin and get some instant pampering in at the same time. Naturally indulgent, a spritz of facial mist feels amazing at any time of day. Pick your favorite from these expert-recommended versions and stick your bottle in the fridge to give you a cool blast whenever you feel the need.
La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water
French actress and singer-songwriter Charlotte Gainsbourg told "Marie Claire" that La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water is one of her favorite facial mists. This fresh and invigorating spray is also a favorite of the "Elle Canada" editors, who rave about how the calcium and magnesium in the water work to soothe skin irritation caused by sunburn or acne. In fact, the thermal spring water used in this mist is the same as the water used in French dermatological hospitals to treat burned, damaged or irritated skin, so it is ideal for use after facial.
Borba Atomizer Linen, Face and Body Reviving Mist
The editors at "Allure" love the hydrating effect of Borba Atomizer Linen, Face and Body Reviving Mist. The mixture of ingredients includes moisturizing vitamin E, soothing cucumber extract and extracts of mangosteen and grape-seed extracts that act as antioxidants to counteract free radical damage in your skin. As a plus, you can also use this facial mist on linens, so spritz some on your sheets to give you sweet and fragrant dreams all night long.
Skinboost 24hr Moisture Mist
When you are traveling, the dry recycles air of a plane and the changing weather conditions between departure gate and arrival destination can leave your skin parched. The editors of "The Independent" suggest spraying on a light coat of Skinboost 24hr Moisture Mist to fight off the damage. This facial mist has minerals and plant extracts to liven up your skin, so you'll look as good when you get there as you did when you took off.
Shu Uemura Depsea Water
Shu Uemura Depsea Water may be the only facial mist available that uses water sourced from the deep ocean, more than 200 meters below the surface, as a base. According to "Women’s Health" magazine, the result makes a marvelous mid-day energizing spray that you can stash at home or at work of for an instant pick-me-up. The "Women’s Health" testers liked the lavender scent, but you can also choose from seven other scents or opt for a fragrance-free version if you prefer.