Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist
Following on from my new Pixi Glow Mist obsession, I seem to have got this *thing* where I need to try a bunch of facial mists/sprays/spritzes. The other day the beauty team at work got some expert training direct from Jurlique and as usual I was sat at my desk on my non beauty websites filling up with envy. Thankfully one of my colleagues took pity and gave me her Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist, after I gave a little pout and a sulk. See – there are pros to pouting now and again.
The refreshing rose scent of the Jurlique mist reminds me of a Boots Botanicals one I had a few years ago. I love facial mists in the summer, especially floral fragrance ones, as they instantly make a sweaty face feel much more refreshed! Adding a dewy glow, facial mists are also awesome for finishing off any summer make up looks to somehow ‘diffuse’ your complexion.
Some people may be a little apprehensive about using mists which are oil based, as they’d be concerned over looking like their complexion was greasy. But not once has an oil based facial mist created this finish on me, or anyone I know for that matter! So don’t be afraid of oils in your skincare routine, because honestly, oil based products are my favourite things to use. For instance, I never really use a cream based moisturiser any more, as oils suit my spot prone skin much more!
The Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist not only contains Rose Oil and Aloe, but it also has Marshmallow Extract in. I remember a few years ago I tried a Monu Moisturiser which contained Marshmallow and I remember being so impressed with how much it soothed the redness and sore dryness caused by spots. Marshmallow is renowned for it’s skin soothing properties (apparently praised for soothing sore nips, but I can’t vouch for that one!) but I can say that every time I used something with it in I’ve found it soothing and moisturising. So worth scouting out if you’re looking for some skincare to help moisturise and calm spot prone, sore skin.
I always keep facial sprays and mists in the fridge to add to their refreshing, cooling effects. I don’t know if this is ‘correct’t but if you have any, try it during the summer.
Much refreshing, super dewy.