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Essential Oil Facial Sprays: How They Benefit You

By Harrison Payton

June 10, 2022


Why These Hydrating And Calming Mists May Make Your Day

Many people across the country are always looking for ways to improve their skin. As a result, facial mists have become increasingly popular in recent years. And for good reason – they offer a variety of benefits, make your skin feel great, and may improve your overall mental well-being.

This blog post will look at facial toning sprays and water-based moisturizers. We’ll explore the many benefits they offer and introduce you to Danu’s Facial Toning Spray and Lavender & Chamomile Calming Mist. Both of these essential oil facial sprays are sure to leave your skin feeling refreshed, and your mind calmed.

Why People Use Essential Oil Facial Sprays

Water-based skin care products, like facial mists, are a great way to hydrate your skin and can be used throughout the day to refresh and rejuvenate your complexion. Aromatherapists can make aromatherapy mists with different ingredients depending on their purpose.

There are many benefits to using facial hydrating mists, but some of the most notable include:

  • Hydrating the skin
  • Toning the skin
  • Soothing irritated skin
  • Reducing redness
  • Calming the mind
  • Lessening anxiety and temper
An image of a woman using facial toning spray.
Refresh your skin and mind with just a few spritzes of facial toning spray.

Danu’s Facial Toning Spray

When you want to give your skin a little tender loving care, there aren’t too many more effortless and more enjoyable ways than misting yourself with Danu’s Facial Toning Spray. Its 100% pure, organic essential oils are handcrafted into a nourishing and regenerative toning spray.

This water-based moisturizer uses GC/MS-tested wildcrafted essential oils to tone, heal, and regenerate skill cells. In addition, its frankincense and myrrh essential oils (from the myrrh tree) may help alleviate dry skin. Like witch hazel, Frankincense essential oil reduces pain and inflammation while helping heal the skin.

While some people may recommend new trends like using hyaluronic acid (found in oranges, kale, and edamame), you can gain many of the same benefits with these natural essential oils and hydrosols.

It also uses elemi essential oil (canarium luzonicum), which can alleviate stress, uplift your spirits, and gently calm your skin barrier. Elemi oil is derived from the pili tree native to Southeast Asia and is a relative of frankincense and myrrh trees (Commiphora myrrha).

Related Article: Hydrosols: Uses And Benefits Of Aromatic Waters

Lavender & Chamomile Calming Mist

Some days are almost too challenging to handle without losing your cool. So rather than repeating “Serenity now” to yourself, snap back into your natural state of calm with a refreshing facial mist.

Regardless of your skin type, the lavender oil (in hydrosol form) works as a combination skin refresher and stress relieving compound.

Like the toning spray, this calming mist uses only organic wildcrafted chamomile and lavender essential oils that are GC/MS tested.

Transport yourself into a world of calm with just a few spritzes of this face mist. You may be surprised how quickly your body and mind will feel deeply relaxed.

Keep Your Calm And Use Aromatherapy Facial Sprays

Next time you feel stressed, reach for an essential oil facial spray. Not only are they refreshing for your skin, but facial mists offer various benefits that can improve your mental well-being.

Using essential oil facial sprays is a great way to hydrate your skin and calm your mind. At Danu, we have two facial mists sure to leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed – our Facial Toning Spray and Lavender & Chamomile Calming Mist.

Our aromatherapist makes both of these mists with 100% pure, organic essential oils that are GC/MS tested for quality. Your skin (and mind) will thank you for giving them a little bit of natural wellness every day. 

If you’d like to learn more about essential oils and the benefits of aromatherapy, we invite you to check out the rest of our blog or contact us!

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