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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.
This was nice to use after the pool and may come in more handy in the winter but spring water mist for my face? just not appealing to me2
It is a fun and refreshing product! I used it in the morning and at night before I went to bed. My kids actually loved it too, right before bed, it is rather soothing. My problem is not being sure if I could bring myself to pay for water to spray on my face.4
It made my face feel so cool when I sprayed it on. I live in a very hot climate so it's nice to get a refreshing product like this! I also have sensitive skin, so it was a great product to spray on when I got irritated!4
.. but no huge effect. Feels nice on your skin but I'm not sure that I would go out of my way to get it.4
So it's pressurized water... Refreshing? Yes, a bit. Softening? As much as any water. Soothing? Sort of, because it's water and water cools you off. Worth the price? Not so much. I suppose if I had the expendable income to spend on luxuries like this I might go for it once or twice. Just to look cool. But I can't justify spending $12.50 on something I can DIY (with better benefits...rose water...) for pennies.3
While the mist is refreshing (especially in these warm months) it is not something I would want to spend money on. It's essentially water in an aerosol can. I can find this somewhere else for a lot cheaper.2
This is without a doubt the most useless product I've ever received.. Why would anyone purchase spring water in an aerosol can to spray to spray on their face? Obviously this product was not made for me because I do not understand why anyone would pay for it.. Waste of a sample.1
This was very refreshing after being on the beach all day. Honestly I would never buy water in a can though.5
When I received this sample this month I was initially very disappointed. I don't live in a hot climate anymore so it isn't something I really need and also my initial thought was just "Sprayable water as a makeup sample? Really?" But after reading the reviews I decided to give it a shot anyway. I have terrible eczema on my legs, inner elbows, and neck and decided to try it out (first in a small patch on my ankle and later all over) and it worked wonders. I don't know what it is or WHY but it seriously reduced the itching on my skin and even brought some of the redness and irritation down. This is magic water for people with skin problems. May even purchase in the future as a replacement for my very expensive prescription eczema creams.3
I use the sample, I like it. But I would never spend money on it.4