Trilogy Hydrating Mist Toner
One of the things I love about beauty reviews, is not just discovering new brands, but discovering products that I had never thought of using before. I had got into using spritzes on my legs, as I do a fair bit of walking, and found this ideal for tired legs in the summer, but it's only since doing some beauty product reviews I have discovered face toner sprays, and they are definitely now one of my must-have items.
The choice on the high street can sometimes be limited thought, so I was happy to be sent a Hydrating Mist Toner from the Trilogy brand to try. Trilogy was founded in New Zealand, and a quick glance at their website will show their natural and sustainable skincare brand has grown to feature all kinds of products from cleanser and shampoo, to a multi-use moisturising balm, calming serums, and even bronzing gel.
The Hydrating Mist Toner comes in a good sized 100ml bottle with pump spray, and it's ingredients include rose petal, lavender, and geranium. It's designed to instantly hydrate and calm the skin. I've used it for a while now, and although lavender can sometimes be quite strong, I found the scent of this spritz to be quite subtle. It helped calm my skin when I accidentally caught my hair straighteners on my face, and I use it a fair bit to wake me up in the morning. I'd also suggest using a face toner when you have a headache, or have been sat in front of the computer for long periods, just to help you feel refreshed. I liked the fact that it was natural, and although it's not a favourite of the facial mists I've tried, it would lead me to try out some of their other products.
Priced at RRP £17.50 for a 100ml bottle, this may be more of a investment than some, but it will last a long time, and I am a definite advocate for the relaxing properties of anything lavender. If you'd like to try this product out for yourself, then you'll find it online athttp://www.trilogyproducts.com/ and it's also available in the UK from John Lewis stores.
This post was guest written by my penpal/friend Lauren John - Freelance Journalist and Copywriter