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Dermatologists and beauty editors agree: this hydrating mist is your best bet for curing dryness and irritation in a snap. Bottled from the medicinal springs of Avène, France, it’s rich in minerals that rebalance all kinds of troubled skin. It’s clinically proven to soothe the redness and stinging associated with sunburn, eczema, and other skin conditions. Use it as a morning toner or a mid-day skin refresher.
I'm not sure I get this product. Sure, it's refreshing. But do I need a can of water to spray on my face? Probably not.1
This product is nothing more than pressurized water in a can. Even if the water comes from France, it is still just water. Why would anyone pay for water?1
I don't understand this product. Water in an aerosol can? It feels refreshing when you spray it but it's nothing special. Literally feels like mist on the skin. It also has a weird musty smell to it. Weird product and would not purchase.1
I've seen similar products in Sephora, but never purchased them. I was excited to have a chance to try it. I guess it's supposed to hydrate, but after it dried I actually felt like my skin was drier instead of moisturized. I plan on taking it on an upcoming road trip to try it in different climates.3
Nicely sized sample, attractively packaged. Refreshing spray on water. Easily replaced by a water spray bottle if you like the effect. Not worth a purchase.2
Well, this was disappointing. It's just an aerosol spray bottle of French water with pretentious instructions. It feels no different to me than any other mist of water to the face. A totally frivolous product that is not worth the hype or the money.1
I do not understand the point of this product at all. It feels nice, but I could just fill a spray bottle with water from my kitchen tap and get the same result.3
I believe I had reason to be skeptical that an aerosol of mineral water wouldn't do much, and like I thought, it didn't seem to. It's refreshing to spritz yourself with water, but I don't see reason to make it into a product.1
I'm still not totally understanding the point of this product. It's French water, in an arosal can, that you're supposed to spray on your face? If you're going to spray water on your face, why don't you spray the free stuff instead of wasting your money.. Not impressed.2
this product is not very useful for a Florida girl. Why pay money for something I can get for free out of my tap?1