We know you probably have an amazing skin care routine that works for you. But these skin care products will take it to the next level!
1.MARIO BADESCU FACIAL SPRAY
Thee Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Cucumber and Green Tea keeps it simple with a handful of ingredients but delivers results. This marvelous multitasker is just what you need to up your beauty game. You can use it as a priming mist before applying makeup or you can use it on on your bare face just to refresh the skin even if you’re not applying makeup.
You can use it right after makeup as a finishing spray.It removes the powdery look and keeps you from looking ashy or cakey. It’s small enough so can pop it in your purse and use it as a pick-me-up throughout the day to refresh your makeup and keep your skin hydrated.
The other exciting thing is that it is suitable for all skin types.
Three cheers for this life-saver in a bottle.Hip hip hooraah!
Mario Badescu Facial Sprays Available HERE.
2.L’OREAL MICELLAR WATER
Micellar water could be the best thing since sliced bread.We’re not kidding.It’s like water,but better. It’s not fancy,overrated water like sparkling water. Micellar water contains technology that uses tiny micelles, which are clusters of fatty-acid esters, to dissolve dirt, makeup, and oil on the skin without drying your skin. If you have dry,sensitive skin, this is probably your ride-or-die product. If you have normal,combination skin, this is also suitable in every way.
Especially the L’oreal Micellar water is a gem because it removes makeup,cleanses and soothes…Just put some on your cotton wool, and wipes your face to cleanse or remove makeup. And the best part is that you don’t have to rinse it out! You can just drift off to sleep on those tired days.
Lóreal Micellar Water available HERE
”Micellar water originated from France. It was invented by scientists to be used by Parisians because the city’s tap water is notoriously hard; Meaning it has a high mineral composition containing heavy metals like iron, copper, zinc, and nickel, which are not good for skin. It was developed out of necessity in the 1990s to help people avoid washing their faces with tap water.”
Now you know!