La Roche Posay Serozinc - £8.50 - This is the spray that stays on my dressing table and I use it morning and night before the rest of my skincare routine. It's a fine mist that feels really nice in the morning and I find it really helps with oil control and breakouts. Out of all of these sprays this is the one i've had the best skincare results from using it.
Caudalie Beauty Elixir - £11.50 - This is the first facial spray I tried and it's one I go back to every now and then. It's not the cheapest and for some people they really don't like it but I find the fine mist really refreshing without drenching the face. The scent is herbal which is very calming making it perfect for travelling or on planes. In terms of skincare benefits I find that this helps with oil control and can also be used over makeup without making it break down.
Avene Eau Thermale Spring Water Spray - £3.00 - This is one of those sprays that doesn't have any real skincare benefits but when it is very hot it is the most refreshing product. I sometimes keep this in the fridge so it's even more cooling. It isn't the finest is mists but it still doesn't leave the skin wet. You can use this on the whole body and it's especially good if you've been in the sun.
If you know me well you've probably heard me complain about having a warm face when the weather gets hotter so facial sprays are a must have to keep me cool. Serozinc definitely gives the most skincare benefits. The Avene is best if you want to cool down and the Caudalie sits somewhere in the middle.
What are some of your favourite facial sprays?