DOZ Issue 28 February 2018 - Page 26

Grace and Beauty W hy You Need Facial Mist and How to Make It Jovana I don’t know if you knew this, but there is a huge difference between hydrating and moisturizing. Hydration means supplying your skin with water molecules. There’s a variety of products you can use for this purpose, like hydrating serums, some toners, and water itself. But, as we all know, water evaporates pretty fast. So, unless you lock it into your skin, the water will escape in a minute or two, and it may even pull more water from the skin. That is where moisturizers (like facial creams and oils) come into play. Their job is to prevent water molecules from evaporating by repairing and improving lipid barrier on the surface of your skin. Unfortunately, although most women moisturize their skin regularly, barely anyone bothers with « 26 DOZ Magazine February 2018 hydrating it. What they don’t understand is that there is no point in applying moisturizer over dehydrated skin, since there is nothing the moisturizer can keep in. The only thing you get is your facial cream uselessly sitting there, making your skin look greasy. Facial mist is on the top of the list of the best hydration. It will take only a few seconds of your time, and in return upgrade your beauty routine by giving your skin what it really needs the most. Facial mist refreshes your skin, tightens it and improves its tonus. It gives you plump, glowing skin and even complexion. The only women that are not satisfied with facial mist are the ones that are using it wrong. The trick is to spray only a small amount on your face and lightly dab it with the tips of your fingers to spread