4 major misunderstandings of moisturizing spray


        The air conditioning in the office devours the […]

        The air conditioning in the office devours the moisture in our skin, and almost every female colleague's table is filled with a spray of spray.
        With just one click, the tiny misty water droplets instantly make you water-like, but after a few minutes, you feel your face is dry, and there is a slight sting! what happened? !
        The choice and use of the spray is not so simple as a “slightly press”, you may have overlooked some details and left the skin without the expected softness.
Myth 1: The higher the mineral content of hot spring spray water, the better.
        In fact, the process of active exchange between hot spring water and skin is only about one minute. The higher the salt content, the shorter the residence time of the spring water. After the water is volatilized, the minerals and salt that are not absorbed by the skin will stay on the skin surface, minerals. The higher the content of water, the more salt crystals remain on the surface of the skin. Since the salt is water-absorbent, the salt crystals on the surface of the skin will absorb water from the inside and the outside of the skin, so that the water will not be formed, but will cause dehydration.
Myth 2: In order to fully exchange hot spring water with the skin, the longer the stay, the better.
        When the moisture remaining on the skin is volatilized, the salt crystals on the surface of the skin will absorb water from the inside and outside of the skin, but will take away the moisture inside the skin. Therefore, in order to better hydrate, the appropriate time is to let the skin contact with water. In about a minute, then gently soak the water with a cotton face towel.
Misunderstanding 3: Hot spring water can be used as spray hydration
        Not all hot spring water is suitable for spray hydration, and spring water suitable for spraying should be selected from dermatological special spring water. If used improperly, it will cause harm to the skin. For example, hot spring water for treating rheumatism contains high concentrations of sulfur and phosphorus. Hot spring water for treating digestive problems contains high concentrations of chloride ions, which can cause irritation to normal skin and sensitive skin.
Myth 4: The spray is only used to care for the facial skin.
        If you think that the spray is only used to care for the face, then it is overkill. Because the facial skin usually gets more care, and the wrinkles in the neck will unconsciously reveal the secret of your age.

Spray selection
        The spray with good performance can relieve the skin and calm the skin while hydrating the face. When purchasing the spray, you can judge whether it contains high salt by taste. The more salty, the more salt it contains. The higher the irritation to the skin, the greater the irritation.
Let the fog and the skin get the right intimate contact --
         10-15 cm from the face, evenly spray, let the water contact with the skin for about one minute, then gently suck it with cotton tissue paper, then apply it to the skin with moisturizing products to lock the moisture tightly.