3 Concept Eyes – Boosting Sun Mist

On one hand, applying sunscreen is what you are supposed to every 2-3 hours, and on the other, pardon my french – what the !%#$?! are you supposed to do after applying a full face of make-up?

Say hello to my little friend, 3CE Boosting Sun Mist☀️ The convenient UV protection mist that hydrates dry skin lacking in moisture.

Although I do slap on that SPF before I actually do my makeup. I always end up reapplying my cushion during the day just to be fully protected. As the hot summer days came to Norway, I quickly figured out that layering that extreme amount of cushion products, probably didn’t do that much for my skin. So, I ended up on the World Wide Web & of course, 3CE by Stylenanda came to the rescue!

3CE Sun Mist

Offering a  hydrating milk-toner type of boosting mist with moisture for UV protection, with SPF50++, PA+++, could I be asking for more? Comparing to cream type products, that needs to be applied multiple times, this mist boosts the effect of makeup by providing moisture to the skin. While moisturizing and revitalizing, the mist itself is made out by a skin relief complex containing edelweiss extract, sea buckthorn, green tea, and juniper berry. Edelweiss is naturally occurring compounds that provide cleansing, soothing and calming properties with powerful antioxidants that protect from environmental stress factors. Further, sea buckthorn has an innate ability to revive skin cells and a high content of vitamin E and C that reduces the gravity and length of wrinkles while alleviating though the skin. In fact, vitamin E has been proven to be one of the leading natural ingredients in anti-aging remedies. Green tea is another amazing plant-based antioxidant that fights aging and helps soothe the skin.  Other benefits include working to reduce acne and inflammation. The last ingredient in this complex is juniper berry (thank god, I can’t wait to judge the product itself!) With antibacterial abilities, this is one of the most popular natural remedies for fighting skin irritations and infections. Due to its antiseptic abilities, it can serve as a remedy for acne!!  Briefly summarized, this spray protects the skin from harmful UV rays while hydrating and revitalizing the skin at the same time.

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Now, this is all in one face and body mist which softly permeates into the skin and offers a refreshing sensation. The mist can be obviously be used on the face and body parts such as arms and legs. It’s important to shake the bottle well before use so that the ingredients mix with each other. As the spray is in a liquid form, I can only guess that the ingredients separate while standing still.

How to use.
Before application, shake the bottle well. If applied on the body, spray a moderate amount over the wanted areas, and gently pat until fully absorbed.  When applied onto the face, you can spray it – but it doesn’t spread that well. So, I do prefer to spray a proper amount onto clean hands, and then gently tap it onto the face.

 

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My verdict.
I’m that person that hates sticky products, and the worst thing is actually sticky sunscreens. This mist is not sticky at all, and it does have an amazing smell. It’s really lightweight, doesn’t make me break out, and hydrates my skin. Honestly, I’ve been ending up using this as a mist as well because of its hydrating properties.  This is honestly a staple product on my vanity, and in my daily handbag. However, I do recommend that you do use a regular SPF cream in your skincare routine and then use this as a daily power-up. It’s fully up to you, but that’s just my preference.

 

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