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We have a new mantra for keeping our faces looking their absolute best and brightest: “Just dew it.” Putting our motto into practice is now eminently achievable, thanks to this facial re-hydrating mist from Benefit. Made with a lab-developed “tri-radiance” complex, this deeply hydrating spritzer captures skin’s water reserves and instantly perks up your complexion, leaving you refreshed and radiant.
Maybe since I live in the deep south where there is 100% humidity 90% of the time and I just don't need this type of product. I didn't see where this product does anything different than splashing yourself with free tap water would do.1
I just don't like spraying hydrating mists on my face.1
I used this facial mist in the sample I got from Birchbox, and it didn't really seem to do anything. I didn't notice a difference in my makeup or complexion.1
I didn't think that this product was effective, doesn't work with my skincare/makeup regimen.1
I just can't say that there's ever been a moment when I thought "Man. My face is feeling really dry, and I'm at home with my full-size cosmetics, but I don't want to use a moisturizer. I'd much rather spray a liquid into my face and just hope I don't get any in my eyelashes and make my mascara run." The only time I can imagine wanting a refreshing face mist of any kind is on a long flight (dry canned airplane air, right?), and I'm not going to have a full-size liquid product with my in that situation. Also, the fragrance is a little too strong for that particular use case.1
I'm pretty sure this is just water in a spray bottle. Disappointed.1
I like the idea of this product but the sample size was much to small to get an idea of if it would be worth purchasing. After two squirts the bottle was dry and the sprayer felt like someone flicked water at my face- not an even distribution to determine if it really was 'hydrating'. The scent seemed nice but again, not really enough of a sample to tell.1
Seems just like misting water on your face, which is free or the avion mist is much less costly. Sample was too small as well to really determine if I liked the product.1
I think toners and micellar waters do the same job with less fuss, I don't like spritzing my face especially after I applied my make-up. I only used it after coming out from the shower to moisturize my face before being able to apply moisturizer.1
I guess I just don't like the dew-y look. I don't get the point of these sprays; Benefit's version does nothing for me.1