The Revolution Skincare Hydro Bank Hydrating Moisture Mist launched as part of a whole Revolution Hydro Bank collection, back in April of last year. In addition to this face mist, there’s also the Hydro Bank Cooling Eye Balm, which I reviewed last summer.
Revolution Skincare Hydro Bank Hydrating Moisture Mist
“Quench thirsty skin wherever you are with the Revolution Skincare Hydro Bank Hydrating Moisture Mist. This refreshing water mist is perfect for hydrating on the go!”
The Revolution Skincare Hydro Bank Hydrating Moisture Mist is £10, and contains 100ml / 3.38 fl.oz of product within a frosted plastic bottle, with a white pump and lid. I love the packaging, as the bottle has a clear to blue gradient, and it just somehow manages to look really refreshing, even more so, when it’s been in the fridge.
This facial mist features a mix of skin-loving ingredients;
- PGA – Polyglutamic Acid is a long-lasting moisturiser derived from fermented soyabean. It absorbs over 5,000 times its own weight in water! Skin is left feeling smooth, hydrated and radiant.
- Hyaluronic Acid – a Natural Moisturising Factor (NMF) found in the skin that helps bind to water and keeps the skin hydrated.
- Glycerin – a widely used humectant that helps to draw moisture into the skin.
- Plankton thermal water – a type of planktonic bacteria sourced from the French Pyrenees. Contains a mix of both prebiotics and postbiotics to promote healthy, hydrated skin.
In all honesty, I’ve never enjoyed any of the (many) Revolution face mists before, but I do really like the Hydro Bank Face Mist. It has a subtle fragrance (listed as 7th within the ingredients list) and I don’t love the fragrance.
I wish it was fragrance-free, as it smells like perfume, but I don’t have any sensitivity issues with the mist, even though perfume is quite high within the ingredients – and my skin is very prone to reactions.
It’s such a nice, soothing mist, and even if you don’t keep it in the fridge, it has a cooling effect on the skin, which has been a godsend seeing as July has seen record breaking temperatures here in the UK.
Not only does it make my skin feel good, but it also makes my skin look good too, with a noticeable improvement in hydration, and I have already repurchased the mist since I bought my first bottle last summer.
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