I’m not the only one that feels a wee bit silly buying canned water for my face, right? Well, I did just that several months back and I really, really like it. The mist on this spray is far finer than any spray bottle I have found. The fine mist doesn’t spray everywhere, either. You can easily spray this water wherever you need or want it and by the time you have put the cap on, the water has already sunk into your skin. This is not a product that will provide a glow, but this is a product that will provide you with hydration you may not have even known you need. I use this product in every season and over or under makeup, though I do prefer it under my makeup. I know it seems silly, but I will not be without this overpriced water can.
After reading the reviews, I found that you are not supposed to shake this bottle like you might with a hair spray. If you don’t shake the bottle, I can almost guarantee this product will last you a long time. I have had this product for months now and even after using it daily, including a single spray on each of my kids (it’s a nice tactic for allowing me to finish applying makeup), it is still going strong.
If you have tried other products like this, but you aren’t impressed, give this one a try. I know it’s pricey, but if your skin is a bit parched (and already moisturized), you may find help with this. I know I tend to get dryness around a pimple (usually from applying overnight products) and a moisturizer just doesn’t do enough to help cover the slight flakiness from concealer. The Avene spray, even being a fine mist, just helps seal the flakes to my skin, making the concealed pimple appear less, well, like a concealer-covered pimple. I don’t know that I’ll be without this product, but I’m definitely open to trying other sprays like it.
⌘ Pricing & Availability: A 10.58 fl. oz. bottle retails for $15.00 on Amazon. Pricing and availability are subject to change. This post does not include an affiliate link.