New From AMOREPACIFIC: Moisture Bound Skin Energy Mist

ThisThatBeauty Preview: AMOREPACIFIC Moisture Bound Skin Energy Mist

Summer is a finger snap away and nothing cools me down and refreshes me quite like a good facial mist.  I’m super excited about AMOREPACIFIC Moisture Bound Skin Energy Mist. The Energy Mist is a luxurious facial spray treatment formulated to refresh and rehydrate the skin. Formulated with proprietary bamboo sap, the Energy Mist revitalizes and renews skin moisture wherever and whenever it is needed. AMOREPACIFIC Moisture Bound Skin Energy Mist is formulated without water because, according to the manufacturer, “traditional facial mists formulated with water, actually deprive the skin of moisture.” Instead of water, the Energy Mist is formulated using minerals and hydrating Asian botanical agents, such as revitalizing, antioxidant-rich Red Ginseng extract, ultra-moisturizing Bamboo Sap, soothing Matsutake Mushroom extract and AMOREPACIFIC’s exclusive Aqua-Sponge ComplexTM Technology. The Mist has new packaging for 2012, featuring an amazing series of original artwork designs by renowned Korean decorative arts designer, Wook Kim.  Kim is Brooklyn based and was recently featured in the New York Times for his unique ethereal patterns and exotic motifs.

So, not only will your skin thank you for the anytime, anywhere refresh and re-hydration, but you’ll look amazingly cool when you bust out the fancy packaging and mist yourself in public. (Sounds sexy, doesn’t it?)

AMOREPACIFIC MOISTURE BOUND Skin Energy Mist retails for $35 and will be available Spring/Summer 2012 at Sephora stores, www.sephora.com and AMOREPACIFIC Beauty Gallery and Spa in New York City (212.966.0400).

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Christene Carr About Christene Carr

Christene is a marketing and social media strategist who has worked with start-up companies as well as established brands. She takes a practical approach to beauty and her reviews and comments often focus on ingredients as well as efficacy. For Christene, being bored is never a concern...when she is not busy running marketing campaigns, testing beauty products and concocting new beauty potions, she is creating food and drink recipes, writing, making dresses, eating, or any one of a myriad of random things she thoroughly enjoys. Find Christene on her blog, www.christenecarr.com, and follow her randomness on Twitter @ChristeneCarr

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  1. Carmen says:

    Amore Pacific makes bomb skin care!

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