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Tested for you: Face Mist „Radiant Protection Mist“ from Royal Fern

I use a facial spray all year round because it’s a good moisture booster and settles makeup. But especially in summer, I’m especially grateful to have a small bottle handy in my handbag. At the moment, I like to reach for “Radiant Protection Mist” by Royal Fern. It promises not only more glow, but also protection against environmental pollution and the Blue Light from computer and smartphone. A face mist for all occasions I have been using the new spray for quite some time in the morning over my day care, on hot days in between, on the plane or before a Zoom meeting when the complexion needs an update. It is a facemist that not only promises glow, protection and moisture for the skin, but also keeps its promise. And this is what Dr. Timm Golueke, founder of Royal Fern Anti-Aging Skincare, says. „”You can also still incorporate the face mist into your skincare routine: Used between your different skincare steps, the spray maximizes the effectiveness of your skincare products. Especially if you use products with vitamin C or hyaluronic acid, they can penetrate better into the skin.“ Like the Munich dermatologist’s entire herbal skin care line, the face mist contains Royal Fern Complex. It has an antioxidant effect, reduces inflammation and contributes to overall healthy skin. Other potent active ingredients include Centella Asiatica, a powerful antioxidant and a rich source of amino acids. For protection against Blue Light provides butterfly ginger and hyaluronic acid moisturizes the skin and visually reduces fine lines and wrinkles. As an additional moisturizer, polyglutamic acid lays on the upper layer of the skin, replenishes and locks in cell moisture. The skin texture appears smoother and more even. „Radiant Protection Mist“ from Royal Fern, 30 ml, 54 $ lead photo by blackday @shutterstock… weiterlesen

What are the Benefits of a Face Mist?

Now, after the summer, one often has the feeling that the skin is drier than usual. Simply spray moisture on, that sounds very tempting. But can these face mists really do anything? The small spray bottles containing face mist are touted by the beauty industry as the perfect freshness kick and stimulant for every occasion. Regardless of whether you need a second wake-up call in the morning after getting up or whether your skin is down at noon. “A face mist is used to refresh the skin quickly,” Loretta Miraglia, Senior Vice President Product Development at La Mer, once explained to me at a summer lunch while she was pulling a bottle out of her pocket. “It invigorates, revitalizes, soothes and relaxes the skin. At the same time, it irons out small wrinkles caused by dryness.“ Pure water instead of face mist? Doesn’t water serve the same purpose? The answer is “no”, it doesn’t work with normal water. It is usually much too chalky and dries out the skin even more. However, it does matter which facial spray you use. Sure, they all provide moisture. That is undisputed. But it really depends on the ingredients. Which active substances are contained and in which concentration – that is the prerequisite for them to actually work for the skin. Compared to the past, the new facial sprays are a kind of sprayable serum. They no longer only contain flower or thermal water, but often active substances such as those found in a serum. These can do a lot more than soothe and moisturize. The power formulas in the sprays include, for example, vitamins, niacinamide, probiotics, aloe vera, resveratrol or cannabidiol, magnesium salts and hyaluron, also bleaching substances are also used. Check out your face mist When buying, first pay attention to the basic substances that the spray contains humectants. Glycerin or hyaluronic acid should be in there. Then you already have the right basis. It helps to lock the moisture in the skin and moisturize the surface. Second, you should take a close look at the active ingredients so that they are adapted to the current needs of your skin. Only with the right formulation are they more than a refreshing spray, they have the power to make a difference. In the appropriate composition, they can fight acne, provide a dry complexion with lasting moisture and also optimize the absorption of the subsequent skin care products.… weiterlesen

Tested for you: Face Mist „Respure Breathable Mist“ from Orveda

A face mist is my new best buddy in the handbag. It is green and chic in its sleek glass bottle. With 30ml it’s not too heavy either. Why did I find my love for this moisturizing spray in particular? The impetus was an interview that I did recently with the Hamburg cosmetologist Dr. Sabine Guett. She emphatically explained to me that nowadays there is almost no skin in equilibrium, i.e. homeostasis is disturbed. This can be age-related, but also, for example, through too frequent, aggressive cleaning of the skin. Microbiome skincare Prebiotic technologies can help restore order to our skin’s microbiome. Because radiant and healthy skin depends directly on a strong skin barrier and a diverse microbiome. And this is exactly what the innovative US brand has specialized in under founder Sue Nabi, formerly CEO of Lancôme/ L’Oréal and since August 2020 CEO of Coty. With Orveda she proved to the best that luxury and organic standards do not contradict each other. Modern, hand-picked dermatological active ingredients in the formulas support the natural skin barrier instead of attacking it. Compensation for the pH The new prebiotic face mist is perhaps my entry point into the benefits of microbiome skincare. Incidentally, “breathable” does not mean that we should inhale the spray mist. Rather, it ensures that after its application there is no change in the transepidermal water loss (TEWL). This is often the case when you spray water on the skin, it evaporates there and it loses additional skin moisture. In this case, a complex of amino acids hydrates the skin. A natural prebiotic with the help of minerals and amino acids restores the homeostasis of the skin barrier and the skin tone and promotes the self-healing process. In addition, capryloyl glycine balances the pH value, reduces sebum production and corrects impurities. An algae extract ensures that no harmful substances adhere to the surface of the skin. Face mist: freshly sprayed TIn fact, after the spray, the skin feels fresh and well-moisturized, without the feeling of tension soon afterwards, as I have noticed with so many facial sprays. “Breathable Mist” is a real beauty shield, of which I treat myself to two pumps several times a day. Often in the morning as the end of my usual care ritual and in the evening after removing make-up I spray it over face, neck and décolleté. And then of course at least once a day in between.… weiterlesen

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