Chic new addition to the skincare shelf

Chic skincare addition

It seems like water sprays and ‘alternative’ toners have been having a moment around. And since here I cannot buy the famous La Roche Posay’s Serozinc anyone seems to be posting about, I found a way to survive, without feeling totally ‘out’. I’ve been brought up in one of the most famous spa-towns in Italy, which is called Salsomaggiore Terme and like most of the people who live there, I’ve used the local thermal products just a very few times in my life. What’s wrong with them? You know, it’s the usual refrain, ‘a prophet is never respected in his own home’. Until you read tons of blogs dealing with water sprays and you realize that the small town where you’ve lived for the last 26 years has magical thermal waters used for ages to cure diseases, heal the skin, etc, etc…

So now, you can see me armed with a bottle of thermal water spay in the bathroom, ready to use it after the shower in the morning, as well as part of the night skincare routine, before going to sleep. If you don’t mind the very salty smell, it’s the best product in the world, as it’s not a silly bottle of super expensive, but completely useless tap water, but a true spa treatment you can give yourself for less than a tenner.

Enjoy!

About Alessia

Communication consultant, PR, beauty and food blogger, marathon runner, not in this order
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3 Responses to Chic new addition to the skincare shelf

  1. thermal waters are a must for me too! especially during summer! 🙂

  2. SiyaGlam says:

    need to try this! 🙂

  3. Pingback: Chic morning skincare routine #2 |

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