The e.l.f. Revitalizing Mist. This product doesn’t get the attention it deserves.
e.l.f. sent this to me about 6 months ago and I didn’t start using it until a couple months ago. I could kick myself for that!
It can only be purchased on their website (http://www.elfcosmetics.com/p/mist) and it’s usually $6.00 but right now is on sale for $3.00. Just before Christmas, I ordered 8 of ’em.
After I wash my face in the shower, and before I apply makeup, I spritz my face 2-3 times with this mist. Most days I don’t use moisturizer in the morning because I don’t have time to let the moisturizer set into my skin before applying my makeup. I find that when I use this mist, I don’t need to moisturize, and it dries pretty quick. I LOVE IT. My skin feels awake and fresh. The website claims it can be sprayed over makeup, but I haven’t tried that. The spray is incredibly refreshing, has a nice but not overpowering scent, and feels cool when it hits your face. It’s been on sale for quite a while, I hope they’re not discontinuing it!
From the e.l.f. website:
This unique blend of Witch Hazel, Rosemary, Chamomile, Honeysuckle, Aloe and Vitamin B work together to balance and enhance the skin, leaving you looking energized and renewed. These nourishing key ingredients keep your complexion radiant, brighter and provides instant moisture to smooth and boost skin circulation for a firmer more youthful glow. The lightweight and invigorating mist leaves skin feeling revived and restored, perfect for the gym, office or after travel to rehydrate dry skin or to refresh makeup throughout the day.
All e.l.f. mineral makeup is 100% natural mineral-based with no parabens, no preservatives and no chemical dyes.
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