It the Tulip Dew Mist from Bloomeffects worth a try?

As many of you may recall from various summer posts, Spray Thermal water is one of my saving graces over the summertime. I keep a bottle by the back door so that when I come in from working in the garden I can spritz my face and gently cool myself down, as well as providing hydration.

For me Avene Thermal Water is my go to. I know it sounds strange to have a favorite spray thermal water. The ingredients differ slightly in composition, mostly dependent on where the water is taken from, however they are much the same. Right?

More or less, I suppose they are right. However whatever components are in the Avene Thermal Water make up, I like the feel of on my skin. I also like the clean almost non-scent of the product. Regardless of how slight a difference there is, Avene is the spray water I compare others to.

This Bloomeffects Tulip Dew Mist Hydrating Mist came in a recent Boxycharm and I have given it a good long try. In truth the bottle is almost empty. I do love my facial sprays. I have tried a night mask from Bloomeffects and it was so hydrating I set it to the side for a bit to use in cooler weather. It is about to make a return to my skincare line up actually. It is however the only item from the brand that I tried.

Or was I suppose, as now I’ve tried the mist. According to the website

More than just a facial water, this innovative continuous ultrafine hydrating mist is developed with environmentally conscious BoV technology (a first of its kind for clean beauty!). Vitamin C brightens as it protects the skin from pollution, free radicals, and other environmental stressors, while Green Tea Extract provides anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. The addition of our signature Proprietary Dutch Tulip Complex boosts the skin’s natural moisturizing factors to deliver a smoother, softer, glowing complexion. Perfect on bare skin, over makeup, or throughout the day as an awakening skin pick-me-up.

You know I love the thought of vitamin C added to my skin and I love the fact that it is clean beauty. The fact that the packaging is made from recycled materials and can itself be recycled is also nice. The mist is ultra fine and allows you to spray both on bare skin and on top f makeup without damaging the makeup. I know it claims that on the website, but it is nice to know that it is truth in practice as well.

I was able to use it throughout the day as needed for a slight pick me up.

For me the one draw back was the scent. While it is a no fragrance added product, that does not mean unscented. To me the scent is of dried flowers. It is sort of that dry papery scent with a ghost of floral. It is a very light scent and not that bad, I just don’t find it overly pleasant. For me, it isn’t a deal breaker though. I really enjoyed using this mist and I will keep it on my desk and continue to use it until it runs out.

Would I purchase it again? As always that is the question. Honestly I think I would. It would not replace my Avene Thermal Water and in fact I wouldn’t store it by the garden door. This is a mist I would keep at my desk and use throughout the dryer months to combat the effects of the heater drying out the air around me. It is a good product and one that I like having on my desk, even if the scent is not my favorite. Still, the scent is light and I would rather have it than artificial perfumes to spray in my face. Over all, I was quite pleased with the Tulip Dew Mist from Bloomeffects and look forward to trying out more products from the brand in the future.

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