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Jane Iredale – D20 hydration spray review

A D2O (Deuterium Oxide – heavy water) hydration spray which is 10% heavier than normal water so it remains on your skin longer to help hydrate and plump your cells. I was a bit thrown back at the price of this product at first however I had heard nothing but good things about it and other Jane Iredale products from a couple of friends that swear by it. I ended up buying it 3 weeks ago and now I don’t think that I could go without it! I usually spray it on before moisturiser and pat it into my skin for a hydrating boost, after applying my makeup to set mineral powder and during the day to freshen up my skin – it works a treat. I get quite dry skin in winter but this product has really helped to keep it moisturised. The spray contains Myrrh (I googled this ingredient because I had never heard of it.)

janeireI now know that it is excellent for skin hydration, helps prevent premature aging, rejuvenates the skin and improves circulation! It also contains Chamomile to soothe and extracts of Olive Leaf, Rosemary Leaf and Grape Seed Extract which are powerful anti-oxidants and also anti-bacterial. I have always enjoyed the scent of Ylang Ylang however it may take other people time to get use to as it can be a bit strong! My skin feels so much softer and it looks nice and dewy! This spray can be used as a moisturiser for oily skin, an extra moisture spritz for dry skin and it inactivates certain acne bacteria making it perfect for blemish prone skin as well. I have also started using the Liquid Mineral Foundation under my mineral powder which is packed full of vitamins and minerals to treat your skin whilst giving you coverage. It is wonderful! I think I am addicted!!!



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A coffee addicted, YouTube obsessed Libran, I absolutely live and breathe all things beauty! I love to try new products and find myself switching things up regularly, as I continue on my ultimate quest to find the perfect flawless base and skin-care regime.

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