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May 16, 2010

FACIAL MIST : Shu Uemura Deepsea Water + Vichy Thermal Spa Water

I am hooked on facial mist! The terrible weather in Singapore is making me crave for my facial mist every moment.

Every morning, right after facial cleansing, I will spray either the Shu Uemura DeepSea Water or Vichy Thermal Spa Water. After spraying, I will give it a few seconds for my skin to absorb, before patting it dry. It never fails to soothes and refreshes my sensitive skin immediately. Every night, right after proper makeup removal, I will naturally grab my facial mist and start spraying to rejuvenate my skin.

I was informed by my friend that Shu Uemura Facial Mist can also be used any time during the day to hydrate your skin without disrupting my makeup. Seriously, I haven't got the guts to test it out. It will be such a hassle if my makeup got messy during work (cos I don't bring my makeup stuffs out of home).

My emptied facial mist containers.
Its shopping time again!

What exactly is Facial Mist?
I googled and was lead to which explains that "Facial mist sprays are just what they sound like: misting bottles or atomizers filled with a liquid designed to soothe, moisturize, relax or rejuvenate your face. There are two main benefits of facial mist sprays -- they can temporarily change the appearance of your skin, and, since they're usually cool and pleasantly fragranced, they can help you feel good."

More about Depsea Water Facial Mist - Hamamelis
Eight herbal aromas formulated with Depsea Water provide a refreshing, relaxing feel with a fine mist that gently wraps the skin. New pump update achieves a finer mist for enhanced comfort. Suitable for all skin types.

More about Vichy Thermal Spa Water

A highly concentrated water with 15 mineral salts and trace elements, to soothe the skin and reinforce the skin’s natural protective function. Recognized by the French Academy of Medicine for its soothing properties, it is an essential complement to any skin care regimen.


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