It’s 2019, and that means your skin is not only under threat from pollution and environmental aggressors, but also technology. Tech screens, like your phone’s and your computer’s, are constantly emitting blue light, which can accelerate the ageing of your skin. Our brand to trust, One Ocean Beauty, is here to help fend off that blue light with their brand new Blue Light Protection + Hydration Mist. Read on to find out what could make this sustainable beauty product your new desk-side saviour.
What it is
This on-the-go mist is designed to be a quick refresh for your skin, adding a layer of protection from blue light exposure, as well as pollution. It will also give your skin a boost of hydration and minimise the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation.
The Blue Light Protection + Hydration Mist is made with active ingredients sourced from the Celtic Sea, like red algae, which helps hydrate and soften skin. It is also formulated with a powerful peptide that promotes the health of skin’s natural microbiome.
How it works
Those ingredients come together to help prepare skin for blue light exposure, and repair and reduce the visibility of the damage that’s already done, like dark spots, fine lines and roughness. Helping to protect that microbiome is important because that’s your skin’s barrier against pollution. Spritz the Mist on three times a day to get an ample dose of all those the benefits.
Why we love it
A good mist is a must-have when that 4 p.m. slump hits. What makes a good mist even better is when its ingredients are sustainably sourced and the mist itself is sustainably produced. That’s what you get from the Blue Light Protection + Hydration Mist. As with all of One Ocean Beauty products, the Mist has no synthetic fragrances, no nanoparticles, and is paraben, sulfate and phthalate-free. It’s also cruelty-free and Leaping Bunny-certified, and every ounce of the packaging is recyclable. So spritz away to protect your skin and the planet.
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Written by - Tara MacInnis