Earth Science Herbal Tonic Mist

earth science herbal tonic mist
Bank holiday is approaching and if the rumours are true, the weather is set to be a good one before it begins to cool down and we start to head into Autumn (felt like the weather girl there) when it comes to facial mists I have quite a few, some leave my face just feeling wet, others dry out my skin but within my bag, I always carry one during the sticky icky weather just like anti-bacterial gel. I was happy to try another one as I'm seemingly always looking for a product that works in a category. This is an oil-free moisturiser and toning mist. Says it is suitable for all skin types and can be used to boost your regular moisturiser. How did this work for me?

It has a scent to it that at first I didn't particularly like but have since gotten use to as it really doesn't last, it's sprayed, scent and gone. I know it says it's suitable for all skin types but those who have sensitive skin especially something with fragrance in, I don't think would work great, it has quite a few natural ingredients (see image) those with any allergies to certain natural ingredients, do your reading first. Once I spray onto the centre of my face, it spreads out across the face nicely and gives a cooling / quick dry afterwards my skin doesn't feel sticky but I have noticed that my forehead begins to feel a tad tight, like it's sucked up any access that doesn't need to be there then it settles into normality. They say this can be used to set make-up, I honestly rarely use sprays to set my make-up so I couldn't comment on that. It certainly cools down the face and body and sometimes I spray it onto my hair when it starts to get frizzy from the heat, yes in my hair.
earth science herbal tonic mist ingredients
With the good ingredients that it has such as aloe vera, witch hazel, fennel, raspberry and grapefruit to name a few, it's a refreshering and soothing mist, that for natural lovers is a bonus and this doesn't just have to be used as a facial - body mist to boost any moisturiser or relieve sunburn but can be just as good as a toner if you use them. With my combination skin that can be very prone to outbreaks and my skin texture changing, this hasn't interfered with any of those besides the skin feeling a little tight on the forehead after use. Of course it has some good scoring points as it's paraben, animal testing & ingredients free - bonus. Nice that it's multi purpose & natural.

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