Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist – Moisturizing mist from Crazy Hippie

Super cool mist, which also fights acne and adds protection from the sun. Forward!

An unsung hero! I don’t know why this mist not popular, but it needs to be.

I was looking for a mist to replace the mist from Tatcha, and a good. My choice fell on a Crazy Hippie, and I was satisfied.

Mad Hippie Mist is blend of antioxidants that work to minimize the appearance of photo damage, the appearance of acne. Moisturizing mist Mad Hippie recommend the use of virtually the entire body, suitable for face, hands, chest and neck!

In the composition with only 18 assets with hesperidin and sodium PCA.

Hesperidin is a plant flavonoid that has been shown helps to reduce the appearance of photo damage

Sodium PCA is a natural humectant that helps bind moisture with the skin.

Milk Thistle – protects cell membranes and strengthens cell walls.

Ginkgo biloba — contains large amounts of quercetin, a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent.

Sodium hyaluronate — the salt of hyaluronic acid has the best ability to penetrate the skin than hyaluronic acid. Moisturizes the skin.

Vitamin C — sodium Ascorbyl phosphate (SAP), a derivative of vitamin C, known for its properties against acne. Brightens skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles and protects against photo-aging.

SAP fights acne in two ways:

  • reduces the number of bacteria P. Acnes, which give acne
  • prevents oxidation of sebum

Of course, it is not as effective as L-ascorbic acid (pure form of vitamin C), but much softer on the skin. And more stable.

Resveratrol – super potent antioxidant. Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and protect the skin from photoaging effects.

Green tea — antioxidant, protects from free radicals. –

Bark extract white pine — moisturizes the skin, reduces redness and protects against photodamage.

The pomegranate seed extract — antioxidant that is the source of ellagic acid.

Impressive? A lot of antioxidants, so when I use this mistom not put any more funds with antioxidants in the morning. Now it appears a lot of questions, so I’m not zealous. Seriously, Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist contains more antioxidants than many antioxidant serums on the market.

The bottle is made of dark plastic, to be honest, when I ordered, thought of glass. Yeah, $ 17. And yet, the bottle is sooooo small, but the volume. In the photo in comparison of mist from

Tatcha, which just simply 12 ml. They are almost the same size, Mad Hippie even less, but the volume it 118 ml!

Bottle with cap and sprayer separately Packed in a cardboard colored box. All of the plastic. The bottle under the cap was sealed with foil.

But none of that matters, because a) frankly poor quality atomizer that sprays still churns product. b) your mist from Tatcha, I didn’t, out of love to the sprayer and pour the product.

Compare for yourself:

Mad Hippie Tatcha

At Mad Hippie Mist — light texture, quickly absorbed without leaving a greasy, films and other pleasures. Aroma — floral, unobtrusive.

Usually apply before makeup as the last step, or sprayed on the face, when without makeup. In my opinion, beauty Misto on make-up — money. Mist on the makeup for me makes sense, if he is to prolong make-up, silicones and so on. Not all creams manage to not dry on the skin surface, and here the mist and through the makeup. Not, do not. I also do not use thermal waters is due to salts in the compositions. Even on the box was written: apply to clean skin.

Use the third week after application the skin is softer and looks a bit smoother. Of course I want to believe that fights against photoaging and skin rash, where without it 🙂

Overall, a great mist for spring, summer!

Took off points for packaging.

17$цена9/10оценка3 weeks, 1P/danapalooza skin Type: Combination skinIngredients: Water, vitamin C (sodium ascorbyl phosphate), phenethyl alcohol, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexy glycerin, glycerin, sodium PCA, white tea (camellia sinensis extract), steam distilled lime (citrus aurantifolia extract), sodium hyaluronate, ferulic acid, green tea (camellia sinensis leaf extract), hesperidin, grape seed extract (vitis vinifera), ginkgo biloba extract, pomegranate seed (punica granatum seed extract), resveratrol, sorbitan oleate decylglucoside crosspolymer, beta-glucan, n-acetyl d-glucosamine, white pine (pinus stobus bark extract), glycine soja (soybean) sterols, japanese pagoda tree (sophora japonica fruit extract), milk thistle (silybum marianum fruit extract), alpha lipoic acid

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