Hot flashes and night sweats? Sometimes unpredictable but always disruptive. Whether it’s the anxiety of the anticipation, the sweaty aftermath, or the sheer number of instances, it can be a lot to deal with. Did you know that 4 out of 5 women experience hot flashes in menopause? If you’re struggling with hot flashes or night sweats, know that you’re not alone. It’s important to have tools in your kit that are trusty, safe, and effective!
That’s why we developed the Cool Down Mist. Our best-selling Core supplement is effective at combating hot flashes and night sweats - we developed it with an ingredient that helps support the circulatory system! But we wanted something that you could take on the go to give you instant relief in the moment when you need it. You may have heard of other mists on the market. Here’s everything you need to know about Cool Down Mist versus the competition.
Many Facial Mists On the Market Simply Aren’t Effective for Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Facial mists can be incredibly soothing and relaxing. A fresh mist on your face or neck is a perfect mid-day reset or a way to round out your skincare or makeup routine. But unless the mist has actual skin-cooling ingredients formulated to help with hot flashes or night sweats, it’s not going to do much in terms of targeting your menopause concern. Many facial mists on the market contain water, rosewater, sun protective SPF, or essential oils that don’t do anything for hot flashes. And not only that, but some of these ingredients can actually be super irritating for your skin.
Hot Flash Mist Competitors Contain Skin-Irritating Ingredients
Peppermint oil, lavender oil, menthol, and tea tree oil. What do these all have in common? They can be harsh and drying on the skin and can even be a trigger for allergic contact dermatitis. Not exactly what you want to be spraying on your delicate facial or neck skin. But unfortunately these are the exact ingredients that commonly make up the majority of the other hot flash mists on the market. Let’s take a closer look at menthol in particular, as this is a particularly popular ingredient in other mist products.
Menthol Can Be Harsh, Drying, & Less Effective
Cough drops, Vicks Vaporub, menthol cigarettes… not exactly an appealing scent for a mist. Plus menthol doesn’t work as effectively when it comes to cooling. Menthol has a very short and sharp cooling effect that peaks at 10 minutes and goes away within an hour! How does this compare to Cool Down Mist?
Cool Down Mist Actually Works Quickly, Effectively, and Nourishes the Skin
Cool Down Mist is formulated with ingredients that are shown to work instantly, with a cooling effect that gradually increases over the first 20 minutes and lasts at least 2 hours. The cooling effect is 2-2.5x longer than that of menthol! Cool Down Mist features the patent-pending InstaCalm-3 Complex, a proprietary peptide blend that includes ingredients that have been clinically-studied, shown to cool the skin effectively, calm sensitive skin, and even boost collagen. Plus, with calming cucumber and aloe extracts. The cherry on top? The formula also features hyaluronic acid for all your skin hydrating needs. Try out Cool Down Mist if you want a hot flash & night sweat solution with no obvious odor, works immediately to cool, and is actually kind to your skin.
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