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Best cooling beauty products to stock up on during a heatwave

Anyone else incredibly hot?

The heatwave has firmly set in and we are feeling it.

Thankfully, there are a plethora of beauty products that are designed to keep you cool on a sticky summer’s day – and throughout the rest of the year, too.

From refreshing mists to eye masks, the beauty world has something for every hot weather need and there’s no need to spend a small fortune either.

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite cooling beauty products.

All these items are designed to instantly chill and relieve skin on application – to make balmy temperatures considerably more pleasant.

Here are some of the best to add to your beauty bag:

Milk Makeup Cooling Water, £21

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It looks cute too (Picture: Selfridges)

This fully vegan product is great for whipping out when it starts to heat up. The handy stick can be applied to the under-eye area, face and neck – or any other part of the body – to help instantly cool.

Avene Thermal Spring Water, £9.75

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A summer staple (Picture: Boots)

Ideal for those with sensitive skin, this water spray can be spritzed on at any time – and can even be applied to help fix makeup. What’s more, it can be used to soothe sunburn or to help with dryness in hot weather.

Glossier Face Mist, £13

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Another Glossier goodie to snap up (Picture: Glossier)

It’s likely you stocked up on Glossier products when the 50% flash sale hit earlier this year. But this face mist should be on your radar for your next purchase. The hydrating spray is made up of rosewater to soothe and aloe to hydrate – making it the perfect choice for summer.

Milk Makeup Cooling Undereye Patches, £21

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Instant eye relief (Picture: Cult Beauty)

These two-in-one patches not only cool your eye area with soothing seawater, aloe and lavender but they’re designed to give an energy boost, too. They contain caffeine to stimulate microcirculation and to help de-puff tired eyes – ideal for sluggish summer days.

Eucerin After Sun Gel Relief Cream, £10.87

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Add this to your summer skincare routine (Picture: Boots)

Sunburn can be incredibly uncomfortable, however this after sun gel helps relieve it by soothing aggravated skin. It also has a lovely cooling effect.

Scalp Revival Charcoal Cooling Jelly, £30

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Don’t forget about your scalp (Picture: Space NK)

Scalp care is important all year round – but particularly during the summer months. After all, it’s probably the part of our body that sees the most sun. This soothing conditioner is designed to help alleviate irritation, decongest the scalp and stimulate healthy growth.

Hydraskin Cooling Hydrating Gel Mask, £34

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Sit back and enjoy (Picture: Space NK)

A long day in the sunshine can take a toll on our skin. This gel mask works wonders by giving skin an instant boost of hydration while unclogging pores. Not to mention it delivers on cooling skin down – what more could you ask for?

Lancaster Sun Sport Cooling Mist, £28

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Stay safe and cool (Picture: Space NK)

This product is two for the price of one – offering SPF 30 sunscreen as well as a cooling, lightweight mist. The water and sweat-resistant formula also makes it ideal for busy summer days.

Biore Witch Hazel Pore Cleanser, £5.99

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Tingly skin incoming (Picture: Superdrug)

This cleanser gives off a gentle cooling sensation upon use, as the witch hazel features anti-inflammatory and healing properties. The result is tingly skin that feels cool and refreshed. Coming in at less than £6, there’s every reason to give it a go.

 


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