I don’t have a skin regimen; not until I’ve reached 40 and saw how dull my face was. I have pimple marks and blackheads, which make my skin all the more unattractive. My skin can also be genuinely problematic, especially during a hypersensitive situation. And so, together with skin revitalizing set I regularly apply, I also included water in my skin regimen.
Admittedly, we have heard elders, and even physicians say “keep your fluids up” when a minor illness hits us. Well, water is one of the most underestimated medicines. And I believe drinking water up to eight glasses a day is one way to hydrate both the body and skin. Another way is by using it as a facial mist.
Yes. Facial mist.
Water as a skin regimen
A simple trigger like dry weather, dusty climate, and allergens can put our skin to stress mode. We may experience some flake up, dry out, and even get hives. And one of the quick remedies for such is splashing some water onto our face. But when water is not available, a handy facial mist may do the trick.
Often, I could feel my face’s on fire, especially if I am not comfortable in the place I am at. Sometimes, too, my two little ones would feel itchy for no particular reason. My eldest has a chronic skin condition, also, and when he eats chicken for days, he would have rashes on his elbow.
These are just everyday situations that generally happen to us. Thus, I learned to keep a bottle of facial mist on my bag and also one at home. A few spritzes on the face or affected area and problem solved! It doesn’t immediately heal my son’s rashes, though, but the water spray gives that instant relief not to scratch his elbow anymore. It also lessens the dryness of his elbow. As for me, a few showers on the face – especially if the ambiance is too humid – and I instantly feel refreshed.
Avene Thermal Spring Water as skin regimen
We only were able to sample two brands of facial mist, and the Avene Thermal Spring Water is what we like best. It has no added chemical as it is essentially just water that comes from a spring in France. It underwent a natural filtration process, making it the purest form of water possible. Its pH level is 7 (neutral), all the more highlighting that Avene Thermal Spring Water is perfectly balanced.
Another way we tested this brand was when my two-year-old son had a sore bum. He was with his father, and the latter wasn’t able to clean him immediately when our baby soiled his diaper. Upon arriving from home, we bathed him, and all he did was cry. He didn’t like his sore bum touched. Because we can’t apply our trusted cream to heal his bottom, we spritzed a few Avene Thermal Spring Water on his bum. And when we checked it- I am not exaggerating, but the area magically toned down. The redness disappeared!
We can’t say Avene Thermal Spring Water is for everyone. But should you invest in something all-natural, we suggest you consider Avene Thermal Spring Water. It has no other chemical on it that may harm even the most sensitive skin. You may start with a small can of Avene Thermal Spring Water and check how it fares. It might end up the only water spray you need.
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