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I’m off on a quick trip to somewhere (hopefully) warm and I have the Spray-On Moisture from This Works safely tucked away in my hand luggage. It’s lovely, this spray, and it is most definitely being added to my list of “facial spritzers that actually do something”. (To read about the others, see here.) It’s slightly different to many that I’ve tried because it contains a blend of plant oils, so there’s a proper dose of moisture there and not just some wishy washy water that’s going to evaporate off within seconds. As far as spritzes go, it’s actually quite heavy duty. More of a treatment than a “freshen up” – though it does feel as fresh and cooling as any other spritz. It’s just so much more than one of those water sprays – as usual, This Works have created a product that actually does exactly what it says on the tin. Spray-On Moisture. That’s what it does. Like the Deep Sleep pillow spray that sends you into a – you’ve guessed it – deep sleep. (You can find that here – sixteen quid well spent, let me tell you!)
If you find your skin somewhat lacking in the moisture department then this little spritz would be a good one to have handy. Small enough to keep in your handbag or carry on with your in-flight toiletries, it contains Aloe Vera and so it’s soothing and calming as well as providing that little hydration hit. Great for pepping up tired makeup, but I’ve also been using it as part of my morning skincare routine, right after cleansing. Almost like a pre-serum step, though I suppose you could equally put it on after serum and before moisturiser… Experiment, go wild, let me know how you get on!
I haven’t tried the shower gel and body lotion that are pictured with the spray, but I will. Body duos don’t tend to float my boat, but I have a feeling that these will have something special up their sleeves.
This Works Spray-On Moisture is £18 with delivery from LookFantastic.com
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