[caption id="attachment_25059" align="alignnone" width="600"] Caudalie co-founder Mathilde Thomas with designer L'Wren Scott. Caudalie sells 16 Beauty Elixirs an hour. That's the good stuff right there.[/caption] What it is: a little bit serum a little bit toner, this face mist contains 99.40% natural ingredients including rosemary essential oil to purify skin, orange blossom to soften, rose for radiance and moisturizing grape pulp extract. What it does: Great for waking up tired skin in an instant, tightening pores, and setting makeup, trust me when I say there isn't a beauty editor worth her matte lipstick who doesn't mist daily. At ELLE, the team practically works to a soundtrack of spritzing. What they say: L'Wren Scott, who designed a limited edition bottle for Caudalie, discovered the Beauty Elixir over a decade ago on a hot day in Paris. She says: "Ever since then, I've been using it when I wake up in the morning to set my makeup, and several times throughout the day, like when I need a refreshment. It's part of my travel ritual too; I use it on airplanes to moisturize my skin." Read more: Nicole Kidman stuns in L'Wren Scott L'Wren Scott was too tall for fashionable clothes L'Wren Scott: Clothes influence evenings.