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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.
Seriously? I just don't understand. Lol. I tried reading about it, the reviews didn't help. I sprayed the water from the can on my skin. The End.1
It's a refreshing idea but not too sure about it's claim to 'set makeup' or a 'mid-day refresher'. Too wet. It's great after workouts, sunburn and when you just need to cool off fast -- think hot flashes!!!1
I am not sure why this product is needed. I feel like you can get the same result from spraying tap water on your face.1
I hate getting these types of products. I have no desire to spray something wet on my face after I have put my makeup on, least of all water. I do not see the point in this.1
When I read the product information I was skeptical and for good reason. I suffer from severe acne and look for any product that will reduce inflammation on my face. This product is a fluke.1
The ingredients, as listed on the back, are water and nitrogen. Nitrogen is a naturally occurring element in spring water, and does not have any extra special skin care properties.
If you think you would enjoy the luxury of having water in a spray can, this product is for you. If you are fine using sink water, pass this one up.
Maybe I'm missing something but I've actually received this before and never used it. I gave it away and probably will give this one away too.1
I didn't understand the use or need for this. It didn't do much. Definitely won't buy1
What is the point of misted water to spray in your face? Don't really understand how this can have the benefits listed in the description, but hey what do I know?1
Let's be honest. This is filtered water in a nice spray bottle. Don't get me wrong, I have this in my purse and use it every time I travel (which is more often than I'd like some weeks). It makes my skin feel fresh and rehydrated, but so does tap water when misted on properly. I guess the nice thing about this product is the nice mist that the can produces.1