the claim The Heimish Bulgarian Rosewater Mist Serum is a mist, toner and serum hybrid made using 88% Bulgarian Rosewater to impart pH balancing, detoxifying and hydrating properties on the skin. the science Rose Flower Water is simply water scented or distilled with essential oil from the Rose plant (the hydrosol is steam distilled and more potent in
the claim The Commleaf Rose Blooming Mist claims to be a moist and matte mist that corrects a balance of moisture and oil. the science After water, Butylene Glycol is highest in concentration in the formula. This assists to increase the effectiveness of other ingredients as well as thin the formula’s consistency. It also displays humectant properties, helping
the claim The Keep Cool Soothe Fixence Mist is a bi-phase mist made of a unique complex of traditional Asian plant extracts to cool the skin temperature. The combination of oil and water hydrate and the mist also acts to set makeup. the science Comprising several exotic botanicals that provide antioxidant and soothing benefits to the formula, the
the claim The Benton Tea Tree Mist contains Tea Tree Leaf Water, Hyaluronic Acid and botanical extracts to provide instant hydration while leaving skin refreshed and clear. the science Tee Tree Oil is an essential oil with a fresh camphor scent derived from the Melaleuca Alternifolia tree, native to Australia. Aborigines have been using its healing qualities for
the claim The Avène Thermal Spring Water will cleanse, soothe and calm skin. Avène Thermal Spring Water is particularly recommended for sensitive, hypersensitive, allergic or irritated skin. With both health and beauty benefits this product can be used to tone the face as well as soothe, soften and calm inflamed skin. the science A product composed of just
the claim The Swisse Deep Sea Hydrating Mist Toner is a natural mist spray to hydrate and tone the skin. the science Included at the highest concentration in the formulation is Aqueous Extract of Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf, a multi-purpose ingredient suited to all skin types, particularly that in need of hydration or repair. Helping to nourish
the toner types In our teens we started to experiment with skincare. We were advised that toning was the necessary step between cleansing and moisturising. We didn’t quite understand why but it seemed essential, particularly since the routine only included three steps. Nowadays, there are a lot more toners on the market that are designed to achieve different outcomes.