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Moisture Mists - Juice Your Beauty

When hope is not enough, it's time to take action

Quick, jot this down. Long flights are bad for your skin. You know the antidote. Steer clear of coffee and alcohol, drink lots of water and mist yourself regularly.

Information you have already but choose to ignore? Hydrate Your FaceHydrate Your FaceThis year, resolve to give your skin what it needs when it needs it.

Molton Brown Skinboost 24hr Moisture Mist: Looks like water, but seriously smarter and delivers rehydration for hours. Makers claim it protects, tones and feeds your hungry epidermis. We love the smell and how it makes us look dewy and young, rather than greasy and, well, you know, old. $28.50USD

Colorescience Spritzers - Incredible Romantic: Combining color, gem and aromatherapy, Colorscience pushes the limits once again - they did it the first time with their powder sunscreen. The heavy water, gem stones and heather give tired skin a breath of fresh air with every pump. Use it anywhere, anytime, but especially as a refresher during a long flight. Your seat-mate may raise his eyebrows, but you can rest easy knowing your skin looks better than his. $25USD

Evian Spray Trio : Simply put, it's mineral water that sealed at the point of bottling so it can't be contaminated. The pump is powered by environmentally safe nitrogen and it's recyclable. What's not to love? Sometimes good old-fashioned hydration with simple water is more than good enough. We think it's exactly the right way to solve this problem. $16.50USD.

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