HYDRATING SPRITZERS: SUMMER’S COMING. KEEP THESE SUPER SKIN- REFRESHERS IN THE FRIDGE.
Back in the 1930s the words, “Try it, I use it on the horses,” started Eight Hour Cream on its path to fame and fortune. Miss Arden used to massage the soothing apricotcoloured balm into the shins of her beloved racehorses and it soon became legendary in stables and salons alike. Decades later, Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist ($ 43) is a super- light version, packed with antioxidants, plantbased nourishers and vitamins. Pure Fiji products are made from virgin coconut oil, nut extracts and divine- smelling botanicals. The brand’s Frangipani Infusion Hydrating Body Mist ($ 30) provides a light, moisturising veil to turn you into a walking tropical romance. With its calming camomile and rose extracts, Aesop’s Immediate Moisture Facial Hydrosol ($ 31) will have your complexion feeling soothed and comfortable far quicker than its name can trip off your tongue.