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Supergoop! x Milly Defense Refresh Setting Mist

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Where do I start? I love Supergoop! I think they are an amazing company, and come out with the best products that make sun safety and SPF so easy to use and wear.
Supergoop! collaborated with Milly on this new super cute bottle of their cult favorite Defense Refresh Setting Mist SPF 50. The packaging is limited edition, but the formula is the same!
This setting spray has been a favorite of mine for quite some time. I’ve used this for at least a few years, and was excited to receive this super cute bottle from Influenster.
The spray is magical really, it sets your makeup, helps control shine, and protects your skin from UV rays. The blend is antioxidant rich with mint and rosemary. It’s extremely refreshing to use! I highly reccomend it!
From Supergoop!
SHAPE‘s Sun Award winner for “Best Over Make-Up” 
• Innovative 3-in-1 mist delivers broad spectrum SPF 50 protection while serving double duty as your setting mist to finish your morning make-up routine as well as a mid-afternoon refreshing spray
• Optical diffusing silica silylate controls oil and scatters light to reduce shine and provide a matte finish
• Enlivened with an invigorating essence of antioxidant rich rosemary that helps improve complexion”
Directions from Supergoop!…”Shake. Shake. Shake to ensure the UV protective emulsion is evenly distributed. Close your eyes and spray 4-5 mists working in a circle around the entire face. To lock make-up in place, apply Defense Refresh Setting Mist SPF 50 as a finishing touch to your make-up regimen, then consistently throughout the day. The secret to total sun-safe skin is reapply your UV defense at least every 2 hours when in direct sunlight.”

Disclaimer- I recieved the Defense Refresh Setting Mist SPF 50
complimentary from Influenster. Links to Influenster are referral
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