It may sound basic as hell, but one of the best things you can do for your skin
is to keep it hydrated. Moisture loss from sweat
and sun not only dries out our complexions but can also lead to wrinkles and premature aging. So get your glow going from head to toe with water-based radiance boosters that'll pump some much-needed moisture back into thirsty skin, all summer long.
Laneige Water Bank Moisture Cream ($35):
Mineral-rich water (this one is packed with zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and sodium) and olive squalene help lock liquid into skin so that you don't have to worry about dehydrating throughout the day.
Banila Co It Radiant CC Cream ($23):
A combo of herb water and white flower water keeps skin hydrated under makeup. Use it as a primer or blend it with your foundation for a dewy finish.
Omorovicza Magic Moisture Mist ($95):
Here's one case where oil and water do
mix. Give it a shake and watch the Hungarian healing water magically mix with the skin-revitalizing tomato stem cells, wheat germ, and rosehip and avocado oils.
Botnia Lemon Verbena Hydrosol ($37):
Think of a hydrosol as a toner that won't disrupt your skin's pH balance. The main ingredients are extracted from the plant's immune system, making them pretty potent. The water at the base of this formula has been filtered 12 times, and the lemon verbena helps soothe irritation.
Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Boost Serum ($98):
A blend of papyrus vegetable sap from the African water plant, shea butter, and sea fennel is suspended in a gel that soaks into thirsty skin.
eos Aqua Hydrating Skin Prep ($20):
Swipe it on and watch the gel cream instantly turn into water on your skin. Parched complexions will soak it right up.
Eve Lom Radiance Face Mist ($45):
Here's your all-in-one anti-pollutant, skin firmer, and moisture boosting treatment spray that'll keep skin hydrated up to 48 hours after you spritz it on.
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