Hydrating Floral Essence
A multitasking moisture mist, this lightweight floral essence instantly tones and refreshes, flooding skin with dewy droplets of plumping hydration. Wonderful used as a post-cleansing toner, a midday radiance boost, or a setting spray for your makeup. Formulated with hyaluronic acid to promote supple skin, along with rose, lavender, and neroli for a smooth texture, the formula aims to minimize the appearance of pores to reveal an instant luminosity.
Daily AM & PM
How to Use:
Spray the Hydrating Floral Essence 4-5 times over face and neck. Use daily after cleansing. May be used as often as needed to boost hydration, including over makeup. Shake well before every use.
Store in a cool, dark place.
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Rosa damascena flower water*, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) flower water*, Leuconostoc ferment filtrate (radish root extract), Sodium hyaluronate, Beta vulgaris (Beet) Root, Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) extract*, Salix alba (Willow) bark extract*, Oryza sativa (Rice) extract*, Hydrolyzed Corn Starch, Sodium phytate, Superoxide dismutase*, Soybean peroxidase*, Aroma**, Limonene, Citral, Linalool, Citronellol, Geraniol, Eugenol, Farnesol
*Ingredients from organic farming
** Clinical grade essential oils blend
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PRESENTATION: great bottle, glass body, plastic cap, extremely fine mister which I love and all sprays should incorporate. The actually applicator/nozzle keeps popping off mine which can get annoying.
TEXTURE: quite watery but silky at the same time
SMELL: light floral, sweet
OVERALL: I wasnt loving it as much as I thought I would, im still playing around with it but in comparison to the JRB Hydrating Accelerator, this did not perform as well. My skin felt a bit tight and pulled almost this is applying it as a first step after my cleanser to finishing off my skincare regimen. Its quite light, it was cheap, 50% so I might just play around with how to actually use this. I wasnt happy that there was lavender as an ingredient, lavender is a known skin a potential sensitizer due to its fragrance components. wont rebuy unless I figure out how to properly use an Essence in my skin regimen.