With temperatures soaring all over North America (it’s even balmy here in Vancouver), you have to pull out all the stops to keep cool. One way to beat summer heat is by spritzing a refreshing mist on your face to keep your skin cool, moisturized, and protected.
Shu Uemura Depsea Water Facial Mist is a soothing way to fight skin dehydration caused by summer weather. Rich in minerals that nourish, hydrate and balance your skin, the mist features ocean water sourced off the shores of Japan from a depth below 200 metres.
The fine mist contains natural aromatic extracts that can rejuvenate your skin, hair, and entire body. Just spray the mist, as often as you like, for immediate thirst quenching relief. Or, apply immediately prior to using a moisturizer to prevent water loss.
You can choose the mist from eight herbal aromas but the cooling sensation of mint on a hot summer day never goes out of style.
Update: If you’re the DIY type, try this facial mist recipe courtesy of Martha Stewart.
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