As you may have seen in my latest haul video, I’ve been a little unsure about the whole thermal water spay malarkey. So, as I was intrigued but not 100% sold, I picked up a travel size (50ml) for a purse friendly £3.00.
The Avene Thermal Spring Water is aimed at sensitive skin with soothing and anti-irritating properties. It boasts quite a large spectrum of reasons for usage, from the soothing to the refreshing.
· Sunburn · After anti-acne treatment · Diaper rash
· Various forms of irritations · Razor burn · After hair removal
Comforting, refreshing action:
· To complete cleansing · To set make-up
· After outdoor activity · In summer · When travelling
I’ve found this is amazingly refreshing during this recent bout of humid, scorching weather. A quick facial spray and I’m instantly cooled down and feeling more myself! The weather has definitely been taking it out of me, not complaining but it’s been an adjustment. I’ve been using this also after cleansing to soothe as sometimes a deep cleanse can leave me momentarily red in the face.
I was driving in the car with my Mum the other night and I started coming out in a blotchy heat rash, so I sprayed a little on my arms and hands and voila! Rash be gone, y’all.
I don’t really know if I’m totally invested in thermal spring water but I’m definitely enjoying it for the hot, summer months.
Have you tried these types of sprays?