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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've been keeping it in my desk drawer at work and spritzing my face with it if I get to hot or dehydrated. Its fine, it makes my face feel nice but not worth the $$$.3
Although it feels nice I could never see spending money to spray water on my face. I just dont get it!2
It's just spray water. It doesn't do anything but mist your face, and there really isn't anything else to it. I'm a little unsure why anyone would feel the need to use or buy something like this.2
I was not expecting this sort of product. Did use and it was refreshing, however I would never purchase any product like this. I can splash water on my face to refresh it for far less than this product. Nothing special to me, but that may be a personal preference.1
Why would anyone buy an aerosol can of water? Pointless product.1
I really do appreciate the thought of this product. But I just know I could never spend money on this product. I am much more likely to buy a $1 mist bottle and fill that with free water.1
12.50 for mist?! What the heck. Sure, I guess it's fancy mineral water, but really? Not something I would pay for. Since I have the sample I'll take it on my next airplane flight, I guess it would be handy to help hydrate. But this just seems silly to me.1
Feels great. To get a comparable experience, fill a spray bottle with tap water and mist your face with it. Unbelievable that they're charging $12 for this.3
Uh...nothing added to this water. Probably comes from the Biscayne Aquifer in Florida...can't bring myself to pay for something free. I'll stick with Glossier.1
It's literally water in a spray can. That's all I can say. I have very sensitive skin and it didn't agitate it. Because it's water. In a can.3