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Dermatologists and beauty editors agree: this hydrating, rebalancing mist—sourced from the medicinal springs in Avène, France—is both refreshing and incredibly powerful. Backed by over 300 clinical studies (not to mention centuries of dermatological treatment), this multitasker soothes redness and calms all sorts of skin troubles—from sunburns to allergic reactions to eczema and itching sensations. Use it as a morning toner, spritz it as a mid-day refresher, or keep it in your purse for moments when skin is stressed. Bonus: It also works to set makeup.
People slammed this sample but I've actually used it a lot to get rid of itchy spots. It works. I'd rather get more of this than the horrible lip stick colors I receive.5
Ok. This is water. Water and nigrogen are the only ingredients. I won't pretend I don't think putting water in this container for use isn't a good idea. It sprays super evenly and feel real nice on the skin. But, labeling water as a "moisturizing mist" just seems like a chance to take advantage of anyone that will buy an expensive product.1
So, it seemed effective. I sprayed the water on, and I was wet. So the water worked as described. Lol1
Sure, this product made my skin and hair feel moist and lively. So does tap water, especially when dispensed from a spray bottle.1
This feels nice. Cooling and hydrating, good for using before reapplying moisturizer and after exercising, etc. Great packaging. It's supposed to be fancy thermal spring water with fancy properties, but... you know, it did work. It was really soothing and had a kind of toning effect when used alone. 4 stars for doing what it said it would do, even though it's just canned water. This is really nice canned water, guys. Really.
The skeptic in me is disappointed in myself.
As others have pointed out, this is water...in a can. Yes, it is French water, but it is still water...in a can. SMH1
Not sure why people would pay for water in a spray bottle....get it from the sink. Unhappy this was included in my box. For anyone who actually think this works, google "placebo effect".1
I'm honestly in shock that this is being considered a 'sample' in my box this month. It's water. I know what water is like! I don't need to sample water!1
Seriously, Birchbox? You sent me water to spray on my face and are calling it a sample? The samples are getting worse and worse (stop sending me orange lipsticks! and awful fragrances). This has to be a joke.1
I'm not sure if this spray does anything other than make me feel fancy, but it's very good at doing that...3