NIOD SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE SACCHARIDE MIST REVIEW

NIOD SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE SACCHARIDE MIST

This product claims to be a dermal treatment mist that provides instant protection against oxidative stress, water loss and inflammation.

I have seen sooo many people using this I just had to see what all the hype was about! The information states that ‘it is not to be mistaken as a toner, the Superoxide Dismutase Saccharide Mist’s main ingredients is made up of yeast-derived superoxide dismutase, the main reactive oxygen species found in the human body, which defends against oxidation caused by environmental aggressors’.

I managed to pick this up on ASOS in the Black Friday sale, since then a SDSM2 has come out.

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In short this product claims to reduce inflammation, hydrate and improve skin texture. I use this after cleansing morning and night before I start the next stages of my skincare routine. I tend to spray the mist into my hands and pat it onto my skin, when I spray the mist straight onto my face I hate getting it in my hair!

My skin feels very fresh and the mist adds a burst of hydration. I haven’t noticed any massive changes in terms of plumping etc. I do think I notice a difference in the reduction of redness over night, my skin always looks calmer in the morning. I will continue to use and monitor changes but overall no huge noticeable changes.

PROS: 1. Reduces redness
2. Boosts hydration

CONS: 1. Very expensive at £34 a bottle
2. I’m rubbish with mists and always end up spraying my hair so tend to pat them into my skin

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