Hydrating Recovery Mist
8 fl. oz.
What is it?
Hydrating Recovery Mist is a CO2 fire extinguisher – for your skin! Instantly refreshing and cooling, this healing skin mist puts out the fire on irritated, stressed skin. Perfect for after-sun skin repair and to accelerate skin recovery after aggressive aesthetic skin treatments. Use after cleansing (4-6 spritzes on the face and neck) and before the application of daily skin serums and moisture. Also, apply after sun exposure to soothe, hydrate, and repair the skin.
What is it Formulated to Do?
This potent healing mist contains only two (very potent) ingredients: Colloidal Silver and Lemon Balm Hydrosol. Colloidal Silver destroys P. acne bacteria on the skin, as well as numerous other pathogens living on the skin’s surface. Colloidal Silver also helps heal burns, wounds, eczema, and a host of bacterial and fungal-related conditions to help clear and balance the skin. Lemon Balm has also been used in aromatherapy for centuries to alleviate the symptoms of ADHD and depression. You can feel the tension melt away with just a few quick blasts of this beautiful, healing mist.
Research has found that one of the advantages of the skincare application of lemon balm is the ability of two of its compounds, caffeic acid and ferulic acid, to penetrate through the top layers into the deeper cutaneous layers of the skin and provide protection against UV radiation-induced skin damage (Saija et al., 1999). Lemon balm is also high in flavonoids, which have an antioxidant effect. Other skin benefits can be attributed to the herb’s tannins, which are astringent and contribute to lemon balm’s antiviral effects.
DIRECTIONS: Mist the face and neck after cleansing twice daily. May re-apply frequently during the day to refresh and rehydrate. It’s great to set up makeup and keep skin looking fresh all day.
INGREDIENTS: Lemon Balm Hydrosol (melissa officinalis) preserved with ionic silver colloids (colloidal silver).
Our products are completely free of parabens, petrochemicals, fragrances, phthalates, and chemical preservatives—no animal testing.