Senin, 14 Juni 2010

Thermal Spa Water to quench your skin's thirst

Weather these few days were crazily HOT. And my office's air-cond is blasted to the max everyday. Being able to enjoy cooling environment @ such hot weather is a blessing, but the air-cond is getting it's way to my skin, causing DEHYDRATION!!! I'm sure most office ladies agree with me.

What can we do to counter this problem? We put on moisturizers, hydrating serums etc. For those who wears makeup, we carefully choose quality foundation with infused moisture e.g. Diorskin Nude Hydrating liquid foundation or Clinique's Supermoisture liquid foundation or Bobbi Brown's Luminous Moisturizng Foundation. But still, it's not enough for our skin the withstand the critically-dry condition at our offices.

It'll be too messy if i were to apply hydrating gel over my makeup during mid-day. Hence, i've chosen my best weapon - Thermal spa water mist :)
So what's the function of these Thermal Spa Water? Generally, the thermal water contains trace elements and mineral salts which are believed to be beneficial to your skin - Soothe & smooth your skin + Provides moisure. Most importantly it is very convenient to be used, just spray with a distance of 2 meters from your face, and voila, your skin is refreshed & moisturized :)

Well, there's a few brands who markets the almost similar water mist. I've shortlisted a few common brands, and made a price comparison between Guardian, Watsons and SASA:

1. Avène Thermal Spring Water
2. Uriage Thermal Water
3. Evian Brumisateur Facial Spray
4. Vichy Thermal Spa Water

1st, i step into Guardian @ Mid Valley. And here's what i found:

Uriage 150ml - RM36.80

Uriage 3 x 300ml - RM106

Avene 50ml - 17.00 after 10% discount

Avene 150ml - 35.00 after 10% discount

Avene 2 x 300ml - RM106 free hand cream worth RM43

Vichy 50ml - RM17.90

Vichy 150ml - RM39.90
Evian 2 x 50ml - RM26.88

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