Oxygen Facial Spray Review – Say Hello To Beautifully Hydrated Skin

Oxygen Facial Spray

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

Oxygen Facial Spray

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.

Oxygen Facial SprayI 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.

Oxygen Facial SprayI 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!

Give yourself an oxygen facial every day!

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14 Comments

  1. October 31, 2013 / 12:49 PM

    Interesting… I never knew something like this existed. I agree, the price tag does seem high, although compared to a similar spa treatment it's a bargain! – Katy
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    • MinaSlater
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      October 31, 2013 / 1:35 PM

      I recently started hearing of these oxygen facials but only at spas and people wear raving about it. I agree, looking at the spa price for 1 treatment compared to this multi-use version is what convinced me the price isn't so bad after all. 🙂

  2. October 31, 2013 / 1:22 PM

    It sounds like you had a patch on eczema and the Oxyen Facial Spray cleared it right up! That is a ringing endorsement in my book as my whole family has dry skin and/or eczema. I would love to try this product!

    • MinaSlater
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      October 31, 2013 / 1:37 PM

      Ooh yes that's probably what it was! And we have hard water here so I'm sure that didn't help matters! I'm just glad it's cleared up…I'm starting to notice the same thing, a slightly larger patch on my arm so I put the oxygen spray on it this morning to try to nip it early!

    • MinaSlater
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      October 31, 2013 / 2:41 PM

      Oh yay! So frustrating when a product suddenly disappears and you have to find a replacement.

  3. Jenna Wood
    October 31, 2013 / 3:19 PM

    I love a good facial spray to refresh my complexion; I'll have to look into the Oxygen Spray. I like that it gradual improves the moisture level of skin with multiple uses.

    • MinaSlater
      Author
      November 1, 2013 / 1:00 PM

      Right?!!! Facial sprays are so convenient!

  4. November 1, 2013 / 7:51 AM

    I have never heard of this. Sounds like something worth a try.

    • MinaSlater
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      November 1, 2013 / 1:02 PM

      Me either, I'd only heard of it as a spa treatment. Totally worth a try especially if you love spa facials but don't want to fork over all that money! Lol

  5. November 1, 2013 / 9:59 AM

    Ohhhh I would so like to try this. Seems refreshing. Seeing how i never leave my house, I can see that I might need this too!

    • MinaSlater
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      November 1, 2013 / 12:42 PM

      It really is refreshing, helps give me a boost especially after hours of blogging or doing makeup, etc! Plus I like that it doesn't have any added fragrances and junk.