Tuesday 26 January 2021

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Cream Mist

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I saw the Dr.Jart Ceramidin Cream Mist on Instagram a little over a year ago and as a fan of the other Ceramidin bits I've tried, I instantly wanted to try it. It's been available in the UK for a while now but for some reason it's taken me until lockdown 3.0 kicked off to actually buy it.
It's available in two sizes, 50ml and 110ml at an rrp of £13 and £20 respectively. I bought the smaller version.

In general, I have dry and dehydrated skin, especially in Winter when central heating sucks the life out of my face and this mist is perfect for adding some moisture and hydration back in. The cream mist contains a blend of five Ceramides (Dr. Jart's 5 Cera Complex) to retain moisture and strengthen the skin barrier. It's essentially a blend of oil and serum, so it's important you give it a little shake to mix before spritzing.

The mist is delivered via a pump nozzle that produces a super-fine spray, so I find that it's pretty easy to build up to the amount you feel you need at the time, rather than get a face-full of product on the first spritz. It gives me a good few hours of comfort while working from home with the radiators on before I feel like I need another spray and it's great for a quick pick-me-up after staring at a laptop screen for a little too long.

The cream mist has the same scent as the rest of the Ceramidin line - a sort of subtle herbal fragrance that's down to the formula's essential oils. The addition of essential oils is worth noting if you have sensitive skin and have not tried any of the Ceramidin products before, because there's potential for irritation. However, from the reviews I've read, nobody has reported any problems and most find it to be a soothing, hydrating and refreshing addition to their skincare stash.
I bought my bottle from Look Fantastic but you can also find it at Cult Beauty, ASOS and Selfridges.

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