I keep telling myself to stop neglecting my blog and obviously I don’t listen to orders very well (╯•﹏•╰) . I’m currently trying to redesign my webpage to make it appear more sophisticated and organized but that’ll take a while… In the meantime I have a short review featuring my recent skincare favourite : Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray (Thirsty Skin Relief)!
This dry skin warrior retails at $27 CAD for 4.2 fl.oz / 125 mL of liquid product. It is conveniently packaged in a plastic bottle with a spritz top. Rather than a continuous mist, it sprays a controlled amount per press (for reference, I use 2-3 sprays per use).
- Hold 10-12″ from face. Close eyes and spray a light mist.
- Use in addition to daily moisturizer, under or over makeup, whenever skin feels thirsty.
- Avoid spraying into eyes.
- For all skin types.
This moisture surge spray is by no means a new release but I finally picked it up for Canada’s dry winter months. I have very dry and sensitive skin and this is a great compliment to my skincare. I find that throughout the day my skin starts getting itchy (due to lack of moisture) and it goes away after a few sprays of this gem. It may also be from the “special aloe-activated water” that provides the cooling and soothing effects. I have always been a fan of Clinique’s Moisture Surge Gel and Creams and I am very excited that I love this spray just as much. This face spray is very lightweight and does not make my face feel sticky at all after application. I have not noticed any heavy scents either.
I mainly use this spray during the night when I’m working on stuff and can’t be bothered to wash my hands and apply moisturizer rather than during the day over makeup. I believe this will be a great addition to those of you who travel a lot, need a little bit more moisture throughout the day, or even if you’re just rushed for time in the mornings.
You can purchase this winter essential at: Sephora and Hudson’s Bay (unfortunately Shoppers Drug Mart does not carry this item at this moment).
Have you tried this spray or have any other mist products to recommend?