Fresh Faced: Invest in a refreshing face mist and keep your skin hydrated this summer
The Body Shop Mint Mattifying Face Mist £7, thebodyshop.com
Face mists are usually designed to put moisture back into the skin, so it’s unusual to find one that instead minimises shine.
This one, however, contains kaolin clay powder (so shake before using) and seaweed extract to control overly oily skin, and has a fresh, minty fragrance.
It’s perfect if you don’t have a powder to hand.
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist £21, elizabetharden.co.uk
This is one of the lightest mists we’ve ever tried, and is fine enough to be applied as heavy-handedly as you like throughout the day without disrupting your make-up or leaving residue on the skin.
It contains a blend of antioxidants and vitamins to give skin an instant pick-me-up.
Sarah Chapman Skinesis Liquid Facial D-stress £42, sarahchapman.com
This new mist from Sarah Chapman – the facialist known for giving celebrities such as Meghan Markle and Victoria Beckham their glowing skin – is a godsend for stressed skin or city dwellers.
It not only hydrates but also soothes irritation and protects against pollution and other daily aggressors.
Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist £25, omorovicza.com
The Budapest-based skincare brand has launched three limited-edition bottles of their bestselling facial spray.
The toner’s recipe is inspired by the world’s first recorded perfume, formulated for Queen Elizabeth of Hungary in the 14th Century, and contains orange blossom, rose and sage water.
Eve Lom Radiance Face Mist £38, Space NK and evelom.com
Much more than just a splash of water, this luxurious spray is packed full of high-powered active skincare ingredients such as micro algae extract, a mineral complex and an amino acid derivative.
A couple of pumps over the face provide instant hydration that lasts all day long.
This mist – available in two shades – contains fine shimmer particles for an all-over, out-of-this-world glow.
It can be used before make-up as a primer, after make-up to set it or throughout the day as a top-up.
It looks lovely on limbs too, and the wide-angled spray disperses over a large area with just one pump.
Caudalie Beauty Elixir £32, caudalie.com
Twenty years old and used by celebrities, Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir is arguably the most iconic of all the mists.
The 100 per cent natural blend of oils revives skin in a couple of spritzes. “For me it’s a ‘spa in a bottle’,” says Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
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