Cucumber & Aloe Vera Facial Mist Spray

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When it comes to looking refreshed, keep a on-the-go hydrating mist handy at all times to instantly cool, calm and protect skin. And there are so many uses: Mist your face to re-hydrate and freshen your makeup, hydrate your hair and scalp, or as a toner that hydrates your skin.

This face mists are health, acne fighting (if you add witch hazel) refreshing, and even mood boosting—it will seriously make your skin glow.

Aloe and cucumber are the star players here. Cucumber is naturally high in water, as well as vitamins and minerals. Aloe Vera a super soother, which has an impressive ability to ease irritation, redness, and inflammation.

You Need:

  • 1 small cucumber
  • 80ml of distilled water
  • 1 tsp. of aloe vera
  • 1 tsp. witch hazel (can opt out if you are sensitive to astringent ingredients)


  • Food Processor
  • Blender
  • Knife
  • 150ml glass spray bottle

To Make:

  1. Peel and cut your cucumber, add to a food processor and mix.
  2. Once it is fine, remove form the processor, strain through a cheesecloth to extract the cucumber essence and to keep your mist light.
  3. Mix the water, aloe vera, witch hazel in a blender, add the cucumber liquid.
  4. Pour into your spray bottle and shake it up
  5. Mist your face as you like. 
  6. I like to keep a small bottle of this in my bag to must during the day.

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Not a Maker? We have lots of great recommendations for you to purchase of the shelf uf you don't fancy making skincare. 


Mario Badesco - Facial Spray with Aloe, Cucumber and Green Tea

An Invigorating Mist Formulated With An Infusion Of Nutrient-Rich Botanicals And Cucumber Essential Water To Revive Dull, Tired Skin. Aloe Vera And Cucumber - Both Rich In Essential Vitamins And Minerals - Deliver A Cooling Boost of Hydration.

Yes to Cucumbers daily gentle moisturizer

A calming cucumber Moisturizer from the Yes to range, designed to ultra-hydrate, protect and soothe sensitive skin. It has been formulated with cucumber extract to soothe & calm, almond oil to nourish and hydrate and aloe Vera to energise and smooth skin. This gorgeous moisturiser contains 95% natural ingredients. Formulated without Parabens and sulphates.

Yes to cucumbers, cooling moisturiser for sensitive skin

Yes To Cucumbers moisturiser is made with cucumber extract, is fast-absorbing & helps boost skin hydration for sensitive skin. With vitamins a & C Cucumbers leave the skin feeling fresh. Ascorbic and Caffeic acid also help to reduce puffiness & water retention. 

Revolution Skincare Cooling Cucumber Eye Gel

There is no better feeling than refreshing under-eyes in a swipe with this Cucumber eye cream. Featuring a doe-foot applicator for hygienic application, this easy to apply cream nourishes under-eyes with do-good ingredients. Made from hydrating and soothing Cucumber, Aloe and Rose Extracts to hydrate and soothe skin, Glycerin to draw water into the skin, and Squalane to provide a light and silky feeling that will leave the under-eye area soft and smooth.

Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Mask

A lovely brands and one of my favourites, this ultra-gentle gel helps soothe, hydrate and de-tox the look of skin with botanical extracts of Cucumber, Papaya, Chamomile, Pineapple, Sugar Maple, Sugarcane, Orange, Lemon, Bilberry and Aloe Vera. A must to hydrate skin.


Disclaimer: This information and content does not replace that advice of a dermatologist or medical advice. Please seek medical advice if you suspect that you have a dermal condition. 

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