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I think hydrating mists are one of those luxury skincare items that aren’t necessarily essential to your average skincare routine, but the right one can be such a joy to use, that I always tend to have several on the go for various needs; I love to use them after a shower/bath, after a mask, when using a facial oil and more recently, after an LED Light Therapy Treatment. They also pair so well with acids, so if you like to use an acid mask or toner, follow with a beautiful hydrating spray, such as the Bioeffect OSA Water Mist.
If you’re wondering where you’ve heard of Bioeffect, it’s likely due to their cult EGF Serum which was absolutely everywhere when it first launched, and is still a frequent flyer in many blogger skincare routines. The range has considerably extended since then, with all sorts of skincare goodies including moisturisers, body products, masks, eye treatments, cleansers, and the OSA Water Mist, which is a really light mist that I think is better suited to skincare routines, as opposed to daytime make-up refreshing, as it’s quite a dense mist that leaves skin feeling like it’s had a toner applied, so great for skincare, less so for on top of make-up! I really like the packaging of this as I think it’ll travel well: it’s got a squeezable tube which is attached to the spray, so it shouldn’t snap or break in your luggage. I’m not sure what the “OSA” stands for (a quick Google tells me very little and I can’t find it on the site) but I’m sure it’s staring me in the face and I’m just missing it completely. It’s £35, which is definitely at a higher price point than you might expect to pay for a facial spray, but you are getting 60ml of product, so if you enjoy a luxury routine then this will slot in well.
I’m a sucker for a good facial mist! Sounds fab, if pricey! xx
That describes it perfectly! xx