Brume: the face spray to cool off in the summer



Brume, when the face is thirsty

Let's call them face sprays, refreshing thermal water droplets, delicate fogs for the skin, refreshing breaths of dew, an elixir of youth and, why not, mist and moisturizing mists of summer. Just talking about it feels better.

When the face is thirsty, the make-up flakes off and the eyelids tend to abandon themselves to a dull day, the time has come to extract from the purse that weapon with a deeply feminine soul able to give a few seconds of lightness and lightness to life : the finger crushes and away, a splash, a smile of enjoyment and so many glances of unspoken envy all around .

The summer sprays for the skin make this effect, let's see what can be found on the market and a brief classification to disentangle the various proposals and the need of each one.

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