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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 what the point of the product is. I can go splash water on myself and it feels the same. I could import French water bottles for cheaper than the price of this water in an arosole can.1
This is ridiculous. I pay $10 a month for BirchBox items such as perfume, makeup, and lotion not for water in a can. I could have went to the sink and splashed some water in my face for free. I'm very disappointed in this and contemplating on canceling my subscription.1
I just don't really get the point. It's the height of summer, so sure: it's nice to have something soothing to spritz on my face, but I honestly couldn't tell the difference between this stuff and the little spray bottle of water that I filter right out of the tap. This isn't something I'd ever spend my money on.2
Why why why why would anyone be so stupid as to pay for a fancy spray bottle for water?! This is a perfect example of science illiteracy. Water is water, no matter where it comes from. Why. The idiocy of this product exhausting hurts my brain, the first sample I've received where I immediately wanted to throw it out. Ugh. So stupid.1
It's water in a can. I do not see the value in using this type of product. I could just put fancy bottled water in a spray bottle and get the same effect without spending much money. It was refreshing but way overrated.1
I'll be honest, I don't really get the point of this product. It's French water that you spritz to freshen up? I tried it on my legs after shaving and mostly just felt damp rather than refreshed. I guess if you have skin that's easily irritated or dry it would be handy but it's not really of any use to me.2
This spray is fine for what it is, and I do find it refreshing after a workout. However, I would not pay for a full-size version of this. It's just not worth it.3
and standing in the mist next to a waterfall feels refreshing, too... but i'm not sure it needs to be bottled and sold.3
Water is super drying to spray on my face, so it's not something I would use beyond this sample. It was fun to take to the pool for a cool down but not something I'd buy.2
I'm still unsure of what I'm supposed to use this for... It feels nice, but it's basically water in a spray can.2