How To Keep Your Complexion Cool In The Heatwave

Face mists can seem quite pointless, that is until you find yourself sitting in the 25-degree heat and then reenter your office feeling flustered and a bit sweaty, desperately in need of cooling down.

Even when it’s not hot, face mists have the added benefit of waking up tired skin and refreshing a dull complexion, many of them are enriched with antioxidants that can also help prevent signs of ageing and keep your skin hydrated.

When you’re sat all day inside a stuffy office they are amazing as a lunchtime pick me up and don’t underestimate how handy they are on holiday and at festivals.

If you don’t already have one now’s the time to invest in one of these skin soothers, keep it on your desk and they’ll keep you cool and refreshed after your run in with the sun, because, lets face it who isn’t spending their lunch break sunbathing!?


Eau Thermale Avène Thermal Water Spray, £7
Eau Thermale Avène Thermal Water Spray, £7

Avene’s Thermal Spring Water seriously soothes sensitive and irritated skin and can be used to calm rashes, razor burns and other skin irritation, not just heat irritation.

 


Benefit Ultra Radiance Facial Re-Hydrating Mist, £20.50
Benefit Ultra Radiance Facial Re-Hydrating Mist, £20.50

Reach for this if you skin is in need of some instant, long lasting hydration. The cooling formula helps relax stressed out complexions and brighten dull skin.

 


Caudalie Beauty Elixir, £11.50
Caudalie Beauty Elixir, £11.50

Spray this all over for a total skin renewal! Not only does this beauty elixir refresh and cool the skin, it’s also jam packed with do-good-ingredients like grape, rose and orange blossom which help tighten pores, smooth skin and leave you glowing!

 

 

Vichy Thermal Spa Water Spray, £7Vichy Thermal Spa Water Spray, £7

 

Vichy’s ultra light spa water spray is rich in rare minerals which help to calm down and decongest irritated skin as well as providing protection against further skin stressors. Use this morning and night as well as when you’re feeling  rather heated.

Gabrielle Dyer
 

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