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Skin Care

Neutrogena Hydro Boost City Shield Mist

I use facial sprays after washing my face and when setting my makeup. The favorites that I’ve used for years are MAC Fix+, Caudalie Grape Water, and Clinique Moisture Surge. A few weeks ago when I went back to work (in-person) I was looking for something that would revive my skin during the day since I’m wearing a mask all day long. I was at Bed, Bath, & Beyond when I saw this Neutrogena Hydro Boost City Shield Facial Gel Mist.

  • A lightweight, hydrating gel mist boosted with a complex of purified hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, and botanical extracts to instantly revive and improve the look of skin
  • Facial mist can be applied under or over makeup and can be spritzed throughout the day for refreshed and dewy skin
  • Contains hydrating hyaluronic acid and antioxidants, which are known to help fight daily aggressors. It’s also non-comedogenic, so it won’t clog pores.
  • This specially designed gel mist spray is suitable for all skin types and delivers refreshing hydration and daily protection on-the-go. Spritz one to two times, six to eight inches away from the face with eyes closed.

So how do I like it? I’ve been enjoying it. It has a faint scent, but goes away really quickly. I spritz it on my face halfway through the day – taking my mask off, spritz, and then putting my mask back on. It feels so refreshing when I do it! Somehow, even though I’m carrying it around in my bag all day, it feels nice and cool on my face.

As mentioned above, I got it at Bed, Bath, & Beyond a few weeks ago but I can’t find it on their website. I’ve linked to it at Amazon.

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