Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist Review


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My obsession with Superdrug’s vitamin E range is no secret. So far, I have reviewed and loved (or at least liked), Superdrug Vitamin E SPF 15 Moisturising Day Cream as well as Superdrug Vitamin E SPF 15 Radiance Moisture Cream. Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist (150ml for £2.99) is another own brand product worth looking at. This was my first purchase of a “mist” as I am rather sceptical towards such products. I don’t believe you need a “mist” but I can now most definitely see why so many love and use such products. Rich in natural vitamin E and high in antioxidants (according to Superdrug), Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist is formulated to “defend skin against environmental damage”. Hmm. Superdrug also claims this mist prevents premature ageing whilst revitalising as well as toning. I am quite impressed with the words used to promote this mist. However, is any of it true? Is it worth investing in?

I don’t know; I guess so. I like it but I know I don’t need it. I have been using Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist all year. I rarely used it in the summer but during winter I found myself constantly misting my face and neck. I have oily skin (and I wear makeup) so I cannot reapply my moisturiser. Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist is a great alternative, if you are in need of a quick and effective moisture boost. It applies evenly and lightly. The scent is also much suited to its purpose; it is nutty but pretty light. Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist leaves my skin super soft and residue-free. It also doesn’t interfere with my moisturiser or makeup. I also like to spritz my face with Superdrug Vitamin E Hydrating Mist before I retire to bed. This has helped my skin tremendously, especially during fall, throughout cold winter nights. Overall, I like it a lot but it is not a necessity!




Also known as Sybil, Billie is the Editor-in-Chief as well as the Founder of SybilCreates.

  • Laura Wilson
    Posted at 00:08h, 01 October Reply

    Random but do you know if you could use this on dry hair? I’ve just purchased it for my skin but would love it if it would moisturise my hair too!

    • Sybil
      Posted at 12:05h, 02 October Reply

      Thank you for reading and commenting Laura!

      Hmmm, no, I don’t think so, there is no mention of hair on the product label. However, you could try.

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