Uneven skin tone sneaks up on you. Discoloration from acne scars and photodamage are almost impossible to conceal. Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist does skin-quenching sprays one better by improving skin tone at the same time. It is packed with antioxidants and leaves skin supple. Plus the Hesperidin protects collagen and fights photo-damage. And it practically sprays the dark age spots off your face.
For the skin obsessed, discoloration is a particularly irritating problem. To fade them often requires some skin irritating actives that leave skin parched. Fortunately, Mad Hippie has a gentle, natural solution.
Why It Is Special
Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist is a delightful mist soothes what ails your skin while improving discoloration. It contains skin goodies like Pomegranate, Gingko Bilboa, Vitamin C, and Hesperidin.
Hesperidin is a skincare workhorse. We don’t know why more products don’t contain this non-irritating, skin-loving, discoloration fixing, a skin-quenching enhancer that really gets stuff done. But we sure are glad Mad Hippie packs it into this mist.
And check out some of the other skin-quenching ingredients:
This light mist leaves skin supple and dewy.
Glowing, soft skin isn’t just for face and neck use it on decolletage, shoulders and arms. Many of us have a sprinkling of discoloration on our chest and shoulders. This spray can effectively sack this diffuse discoloration and even out skin tone without irritation or skin peeling.
Hooray for Hesperidin!!!
Where to Buy It
Find Hydrating Nutrient Mist at Mad Hippie and Ulta
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Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist was submitted to Style Chicks for consideration purposes. All opinions and experiences are 100% our own.