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While this rose-water spray was originally created to complement Frownies® classic wrinkle-reducing facial patches, we love using it throughout the day to freshen up, to set our makeup, or just because. Rose water has huge antiaging and hydrating benefits, and this spray also has plenty of essential oils that work together to shrink pores and diminish signs of aging. Now that’s what we call the perfect pick-me-up!
I like the idea of the spray but would like a different scent something less old fashioned.3
I just don't get hydrating sprays to be honest. I'm not sure when you're supposed to use this or what it's really supposed to do for you. Could do without it.2
Appealing scent and felt good on, just didn't see results.2
I didn't really care for the smell, it's ok, but I really liked the idea of this product that you'd "refresh" your face mid-day.3
I don't have strong feelings about the rose water either way. I don't feel like it is doing anything for me, but I don't think it is harming me. It is just another step in my process (and I don't really need more steps). I plan to finish out the sample and we will see if those feelings change.2
Love the spray. Great scent, light wearing. Felt refreshing.5
The smell was awful...it was a little refreshing though...But I can't get past the smell3
I absolutely love this product!! I use it to refresh my face in the morning before putting on makeup and on the weekends when I don't wear makeup.5
I have not used it long enought to decide. I like the smell.3
I was intially excited to get this product however now that I have it, I'm not sure what to do with it. It seems to be useful with the eyepads - which I don't have. I thought I might like it for the summer as a refresher; however, I think its marketed as a hydrator? Its winter where I live - spraying my face (while it is dry out) does not appeal to me.3