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Liquid Hydration Mini Mist

Liquid Hydration Mini Mist

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A limited-edition, 50 ml version of Liquid Hydration toner spray with 5% Panthenol + Natural Moisturising Factors (NMF) to hydrate and soothe all skin types.

Liquid Hydration Mini Mist contains the exact same ingredients as Liquid Hydration, but comes in a travel size mist packaging, perfect for the summer and on the go. 

Enjoy Liquid Hydration Mini Mist for free with your purchase over 30 EUR. Discount will be applied automatically at checkout. Please make sure that Mini Mist has been added to your cart before proceeding to checkout.

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Description

Panthenol, or pro-vitamin B5 is a well-established moisturizer known not only to hydrate the skin, but to also have powerful skin soothing, barrier strengthening and wound healing properties. This formula combines 5% Panthenol with Allantoin and NMF components to further increase both the hydrating and the soothing abilities of the mist. 

4.5-5 pH
5% Panthenol
+ NMFs Allantoin

Who is it for?

Anyone who likes to use a hydrating mist. :) We especially recommend Liquid Hydration, if your skin prefers multiple, light hydrating layers, is prone to dehydration, or is sensitive, or you are using strong actives (e.g. anti-acne such as benzoyl peroxide or anti-aging such as tretinoin) known to dry the skin or compromise the skin barrier.

Skin Type: all skin types including sensitive
Skin Problem: dehydration, sensitivity, weakened barrier
Texture: fast absorbing, silky liquid

How to use it?

After cleansing, apply mist morning and/or evening. Close your eyes and spray all over your face from about 20-25 cm (~9 inches) away. Let it sink in and follow with the rest of your routine. 

If you also use a liquid exfoliant (such as Smooth Out, Cheer Up or Calm Down), we recommend to start with the exfoliant and follow with the toner spray. If you use C-Glow with Liquid Hydration, we recommend to start with C-Glow and follow with Liquid Hydration mist.

Shelf life: 2 years from production (unopened), 6 months PAO (period after opening)

Ingredients & Research

key ingredients:

Panthenol (5%) - Pro-vitamin B5 well-known for its hydrating, soothing and barrier strengthening ability. The 5% is a well-proven amount not commonly found in toner type products. 

NMF - Short for Natural Moisturizing Factors, it denotes components naturally present in the skin helping to keep the epidermis (top layer of the skin) hydrated. Amino acids (in this formula coming from chopped up Rice Protein), Urea, PCA, sodium PCA, Lactic Acid and Diglycerin are all NMFs. 

Allantoin - A classic skincare ingredient known for its skin soothing and skin protecting abilities, works in synergy with Panthenol.

full inci list:

Aqua (Water), Panthenol, Peg/Ppg/Polybutylene Glycol-8/5/3 Glycerin, Sodium PCA, Diglycerin, Urea, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Sorbitol, Lysine, PCA, Allantoin, Lactic Acid, Tocopherol, Citric Acid, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate

research:

Proksch, Ehrhardt, et al. "Topical use of dexpanthenol: a 70th anniversary article." Journal of Dermatological Treatment 28.8 (2017): 766-773.

Journal of cosmetic science., 2011 Jul-Aug;62(4):361-70., Skin moisturizing effects of panthenol-based formulations. 

Clinics in Dermatology, Volume 27 (5) – Sep 1, 2009, Common cosmeceuticals Fowler, Joseph. "Understanding the role of natural moisturizing factor in skin hydration." Pract Dermatol 9 (2012): 36-40.