Suti Rosewater Organic Facial Spritz

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

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Acid toning has been a favourite step for me in my skincare routine since I got into skincare a couple of years ago. The whole swiping it over my face made me feel like I could actually feel the dead skin cells falling off, and the tingly sensations felt very satisfying. Nowadays, I mix the tingly feeling acids with clarifying ones that you can see results from. The only 'problem' I had was the moisture toning/spritzing step afterwards. I always religiously do this, but I don't find it as satisfying. Possibly because I have yet to find a moisturising spritz that I enjoy. Or possibly because I want one that I can feel the sensation of doing something

I've tried the much-written-about Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist (mini samples. Too sticky, didn't like the smell, and the spray nozzle didn't work in both nozzles, grr). I use the La Roche Posay Serozinc regularly but it's not the most exciting thing out there. The Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer smelt a little too powdery for me and didn't really feel particularly moisturising. Avene Eau Thermale is something I normally reserve for my body when I have skin irritation.

I recently picked up the Suti Rose Water Organic Facial Spritz when I was actually looking for the Melvita Rose spritz. I've never used this brand before, but since I've read good things about them on various blogs, decided to give this one a try. Featuring the brand's own Rose Moon Essence, Suti's holistic approach aims to soothe the skin as well as relax the mind. With 'renewal and regeneration' the focus of this spritz, it smells lovely if you like rose scents, as I do. I don't know if I buy the whole spiritual healing thing, but I do find the rose smell quite calming.

I don't think I would buy this again once this finishes, because I'm a spritzer floozy, but I'll enjoy it while it lasts.

If you like rose scents, you may want to take a look at this and test it because you might love this more than I do.

Suti Rosewater Facial Spritz is £22 and can be bought from Whole Foods and Suti's own website.

4 comments:

  1. Your blog is amazing! Love every single one of your posts<3
    Coco http://maisonneuvec.blogspot.com.ar/

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    1. Thank you so much! Your comment has honestly made my day! xx

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  2. This photo is so clear and crisp. I am on the hunt for a spray/mist for my face so will defo look in to this.

    Lee | www.wonderringg.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Oh thank you! I've been trying to do some new stuff with my camera, so glad you like it! Yes, give it a go and let me know how you get on x

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