Botanicals | Gentle Hydrating Mist | Review

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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Sunday... What better day to chill out with my mango and coconut juice and post to my blog!

Today I want to share with you another product from Botanicals, this company is one of my favourites at the moment, I literally love everything of theirs I've tried.

If you aren't aware of Botanicals they are a natural, vegan, cruelty free brand that are all about plant based products and basically providing ethical products, if you'd like to find out more follow the link below:

Their products can also be found at Botanical Brands who are a re-seller of brands with the same ethics, to check them out click here:

Anyway, back to the product itself...

"Botanicals gentle aromatic hydrating mist will remove the last traces of cleanser, help balance the skin’s natural ph, and replenish the skin with essential moisture."

I've been using this stuff as a toner, a cleanser but most of all a post and during workout cool down method haha!!

Getting back from a run and little spritz of this is so good! Not only does it smell amazing it cools you down and makes you feel clean again...kinda...even though you're dripping with sweat and stink!

Not only for after exercise but as a summer essential, it's generally been quite warm lately so it's great to take with you out and about in the sun to cool down.

You can spray it straight on your face or on to a cotton pad thingy... (I can't help how this sounds) I prefer it straight on the face... 

Moving on...

You can buy it online in two sizes: regular (100ml – £20) or salon (200ml – £35).

There is also another "flavour", rose & camellia which also sounds lovely.

Overall I really like the product and so did my skin, how could it not with all those natural organic ingredients...

I would recommend this to anyone, it says for all skin types and I wouldn't disagree!

 *free sample but opinions are my own
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