Oxygen facial in a bottle? Why yes darling, that’s what Oxygen Facial Spray is! It’s an easy and affordable way to improve the overall appearance of your skin. Bonus points for being travel friendly! [quoteicon author=”Oxygen Facial Spray”]Oxygen Facial Spray is a daily Amino-Spray skin therapy that has been scientifically formulated combining 25 essential vitamins, amino acids, vital rejuvenating nutrients and skin renewing collagen peptides all delivered with a jet stream of Pure Oxygen.[/quoteicon]
Oxygen Facial Spray is 1.5 oz of at home spa goodness. You simply mist it on your clean face 1 or 2 times daily. It doesn’t have added fragrances so no worries about weird scents you won’t like. One of the immediate things I noticed was the refreshing feeling of the cool mist hitting my face. This is especially great for morning use because I’m such a lazy Lizzie when I wake up! Then I noticed my skin wasn’t getting that awful tight feeling at the dry spots of my sensitive, combination skin. I typically get that tight feeling shortly after washing my face if I don’t apply the right moisturizer. After about a week, I was able to reduce the amount of moisturizer I use. Oxygen Facial Spray definitely helped my skin retain it’s moisture.
I haven’t noticed much in the form of skin texture improvement other than my dry areas not being as dry. Although I already had my skin in pretty great condition. The Oxygen Facial Spray bottle doesn’t say it can only be used on the face, so I decided to see what happened if I used it on my shoulder. I had this tiny rough patch of skin that I assume was from sun damage, hard to explain. I couldn’t see it but it felt like teeny, tiny little bumps which I can no longer feel after using the spray for 2 weeks. I’m assuming this plus exfoliating is what helped because that rough patch of skin had been there since February. I feel pretty confident that it would help if I happen to run into facial skin issues.
I really like Oxygen Facial Spray and I’m definitely keeping it in my skin care routine. I did think the price of $34.95 seemed a bit steep but basically I’m getting an oxygen facial every day and I can only imagine how angry that would make my bank account if I went to a spa for treatment. Plus the major bonus for me is that I can bring it in my carry on bag while traveling!