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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.
I wasn't sure about this when I first got it, wondering what I would use it for. But I started spraying it on my face after my showers, and it helped with the tightness I usually feel afterwards.4
Loved the feel of this spray on my skin. It was very refreshing on really hot days. Didn't really do much as a makeup setting spray. I didn't notice that it helped my makeup stay any longer. I did overall enjoy this coming spray. I would definitely try again. Especially during the summer.5
I love using it as a primer before I put on foundation. I have noticed a difference when using this product then the other one I used to use.5
I really loved this product. It was refreshing and felt good on my skin!5
I am sorry but what is this for??? If I wanted water on my skin I would just take a shower.1
I appreciate anything that hydrates my skin and soothes my hit skin. This does the job.5
It's water. Under pressure. In a can. So to that end, I guess it did its job. I just don't know if I'd actually ever purchase this for any kind of use.3
I didn't notice anything special about this thermal spring water. It didn't do anything more than the tap water at my house does.1
So this is most certainly refreshing. It feels fancy and moisturizes. However, its essentially water. I won't be buying it any time soon.4
Not much to say here, they sent us water. Yes, it feels refreshing and perhaps it does all of the things it claims; however, I would much rather spray on a toner that I know will be giving me the results I want. I don't mean to be too harsh, but I have a hard time seeing this product as useful except to cool down if it's really hot out--still not something I would ever purchase though.2