• 7 Products To Use When You Want To Feel Fresh From Head-To-Toe
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  • We know that the rainy season has officially started, according to PAGASA, but with the insane heat, it still feels like summer! It's so humid you want to take a shower (or wash your face) in the middle of the day. But, since that is not possible if you're working or in school, you can use these products instead to make you feel and smell extra fresh!

    Face Mist

    This has nourishing, soothing, and cooling down properties. Spritz on your face as often as you like!

    Pixi Glow Mist, P995, Glamourbox

    Sunscreen Mist

    Sun protection is another non-negotiable product you can't forget to use, especially if you're going out! This sunscreen feels light on your skin, and it never feels sticky.

    L'Oreal UV Perfect, P749, Robinsons Department Store

    Feminine Mist

    While washing "down there" is highly encouraged, this will do whenever you feel uncomfortable or sweaty and want to freshen up your privates.

    Beauty Library French Rose Feminine Mist, P249, Rustan’' Supermarket

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    Deodorant Mist

    Of course, you can't forget about deodorant! Try this natural version which brightens and moisturizes your kilikili.

    V&M Naturals Underarmour Aloe Tea + Licorice Mint, P555, SM Megamall

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    Dry Shampoo

    Bring your mane back to life by spritzing dry shampoo on your roots! This will absorb odor, sweat, and grease.

    Bench Shampoo & Dash Dry Shampoo, P175, Bench.com.ph

    Hair Protecting Mist

    Before you go back outside, spray on hair mist to protect your strands from the sun.

    Belo Hair and Scalp Shield, P349.75, Zalora

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    Body Mist

    For the ultimate finishing touch, use a body mist with a gentle scent!

    The Body Shop Japanese Cherry Blossom Fragrance Mist, P995, Lazada

     

    This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

    * Minor edits have been made by the Smartparenting.com.ph editors.

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