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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.
I like most of the other Benefit products I've tried but I don't see the point of this one. I couldn't see any major - or minor, for that matter - improvements after using it.1
This sample was tiny and this product is kind of dumb. A spray water bottle with some mint or something smashed in it would give you the same effect for way less money.1
This product smells good but I don't think it did anything. I didn't feel refreshed, like it set my makeup to last longer, or like it moisturized my face.1
I tried it once. Didn't care for it and passed the rest to a friend.1
I thought this product was pointless and I did not see a difference when using this.1
I was not able to try the product I received because the mister didn't work. My fingers just got wet trying to spritz the product out.1
I have never understood the point of these facial hydrating misters. This product didn't make any visible difference.1
I just don't understand this product. I think it's pretty useless. I would never waste my hard-earned money on something like this. I used this sample twice and it was gone.1
This is not a product I would normally use anyway, so I gave the Birchbox sample away, but I did smell it and spritz a little on my hand first. It's a little perfumey and oily for me. I have combination skin, so moisture is rarely a problem...1
I love this line of products & it might be because of the small size of the sample, but I didn't really find anything that would draw me to purchase this in the future.1