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French Marine skincare brand Phytomer has launched a new professional facial spray that will become an integral step in all Phytomer treatments.

Called the Marine Mist, the spray is formulated with Oligomer, a sodium-reduced seawater concentrate exclusive to Phytomer, and is designed to hydrate, refresh and revitalise tired skin.

The mist is subtly fragranced with woody base notes of amber, patchouli and musk, and floral top notes of cypress, mugwort and clove.

Mathilde Gédouin-Lagarde, director of Marketing & Communication at Phytomer, says: “The Marine Mist is an iconic Phytomer product that, as soon as you use it, transports you to the seaside. It is fresh, full of minerals, and is both revitalising and relaxing at the same time."

"I use it all day long: in the morning to wake my skin up, during the day for a boost of moisture and in the evening if I need a refresher before going out," she adds.

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Phytomer
The creation of PHYTOMER in 1972 marked the invention of marine cosmetics: a new form of skin care offering incredible diversity from the marine world as a solution for the world of beauty.

Over the past 40 years, PHYTOMER has developed into a worldwide spa brand present in approximately 10 000 points of sale in 70 countries. The brand's global success is a tribute to the perfect combination of relaxation and results provided by its treatments: the emblematic self-heating mud and unique OLIGOMER®, ensure that all treatments deliver an incredible sensation of well-being while providing immediate and lasting results.

PHYTOMER's renowned team of scientists continuously works on discovering new revolutionary and patented marine ingredients, forming the basis of our sensory-stimulating and highly effective products. The research and production methods ensure irreproachable quality and optimal tolerance.

Driven by the same continuing passion for the sea, PHYTOMER is now more than ever, the embodiment of marine cosmetics of the future. Innovative, relaxing and extremely active, PHYTOMER face and body care represents an invitation to well-being, a marine immersion for healthy, natural, and lasting beauty.

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French Marine skincare brand Phytomer has launched a new professional facial spray that will become an integral step in all Phytomer treatments.
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