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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.
Maybe I'm old, but I just don't see the purpose or benefit of a face mist.3
I don't normally use a face mist but this one makes my face feel hydrated and doesn't leave it dry. it's also a bonus that it smells great4
this felt nice going on but it's just water so I'm not sure what it's supposed to be doing.2
Seems like a good product if you're into the spring waters/face mists. I imagine this would be great if you have a bit of a sunburn.4
This product actually is pretty cool. It feels refreshing when you put it on your face, but I don't find it practical. I wouldn't choose to spend my money on this type of product simply because I find it unnecessary.2
Works on razor burn, over-exfoliated areas, and soothes after drying treatments. Sometimes i use it before applying another product to help it work better5
The face mist provides a refreshment and light toning. I like to use it after cleansing and prior to moisturizing.5
I had heard so many great things about this spring water. I tried it the other day and my skin loves it. It sets my makeup and adds some very needed moisture to my dry skin. Definitely something I needed for the changing seasons.4
love this and love that it's so refreshing. Seems a little luxurious for the average jo (me), but I enjoyed the sample :)5
as much as i like facial mists this is literally just water in a spray bottle wouldn't pay for it4