Review | Which facial spritz should you buy this summer?

I am loving the warmer weather.  Not needing a coat and winter boots every day is such a pleasant change from the last 6 months of winter we have been having.

When the sun is out we all reach for sunscreen, which I applaud (please do check out my blog post on the best Sunscreen options for this summer) but how many of us also reach for a facial spritz to keep in our bags to cool and hydrate our skin on the go?

If it isn’t something you already use then I suggest giving them a try because I love spritzing my face on a warm day for a bit of instant cooling relief from the heat.  I have compiled a list of my top 4, let’s get started with the lowest priced option.


The Body Shop Coco Calming Face Mist:

Body Shop Coco Calming

This was an impulse purchase but it certainly has that holiday feel when you spritz it due to the coconut fragrance that instantly hits you.

The product contains Aloe Vera to soothe the skin and coconut juice to soften.  It is listed as make-up friendly so you can feel free to spritz away over your perfectly blended make-up.

They have a full range of Face Mists in different fragrances to serve different purposes so do check in store or online for which one suits your lifestyle best.

£6 from The Body Shop \ Vegan Friendly


B. Hydrated Hyaluronic Acid Facial Spritz:

B Hyaluronic

This one is light enough to spray regularly on the skin and has a pleasant scent.  It contains hyaluronic to help keep the skin plump and hydrated as well as witch hazel to calm and act as an astringent.  The mist itself is fairly fine and it is great for the price.

£7.99 from Superdrug currently on BOGOF \ Vegan Friendly


Pixi Skintreats Vitamin Wakeup Mist:

Pixi mist

This mist has a lovely orange bloosom scent and contains lots of ingredients to soften and tone. You can use this spray during your cleansing routine as a toner or as a spritzer to cool and refresh your skin during the day and is suitable to use over your makeup.

The mist itself is quite full on, it isn’t so much a fine mist, more of a fine splat of product across the skin.  The product really could benefit from changing the nozzle but if you want a duel function product, this one could be for you.

£16 from M&S, currently OOS online \ Vegan Friendly


Rodial Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Tonic:

Rodial Dragons Blood

This is my favorite of the lot.  My current one was a gift from Sprucefield Marks and Spencers but I have happily bought this product before with my own money.  The mist is really fine which is what I love so much about it, I’m not a fan of heavy products on the skin.  Again this one has hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump the skin teamed with rose water to soothe.  They call it an instant skin reviver on the Rodial Website and I am inclined to agree.

The best way to try this right now is to get the discovery kit at a reduced price on the Rodial Website for £24.50 containing a 50ml bottle or it is £38 for 100ml in Space NK \ Vegan Friendly


What do you like to spritz in the summer to keep your skin feeling cool and hydrated?