Monday, July 1, 2013

Evian Brumisateur Facial Spray Review

“Disclosure: I bought this product with my own money. I am neither affiliated with this company nor am I being paid to write this post. My opinions are of honest and my own.” Complete disclosure here
Hello, lovelies~ I have been debating on posting this product because every time I want to write about this, I get the feeling that no one is going to be interested over a bottle of mineral water in a spray can. However, I decided on writing this post today because Sharon requested it, so here you go~
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Let’s start with the packaging of the product because it has three different sizes, so there’s one for everyone. It has a small size that you can fit in your makeup bag, a medium size bottle and a large size. All of the facial spray comes in an aerosol can.
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The newer design has a baby bear in the front, indicating that it is suitable for all skin types, even for babies. The color theme is white with hints of light pink on the cap. I find the newer version cute due to the bear design, but I think it has the same formula.

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Moving on to the ingredients inside this ‘mineral water’, it only has Water and Nitrogen. That’s it. Really. It lists the contents of the mineral that is inside this product. Oh, there are minerals inside the face spray as well.
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This face spray doesn’t really have that much of a claim on the can. The only claim it has is to cleanse baby’s skin mildly, but this is the claim from the one with the bear picture on it. The regular version claims to increase skin’s hydration, fix makeup, and gives constant freshness and purity. Since the ingredients are identical to each other, I assumed that the effects would be the same.

It comes in an aerosol spray can and has a fine mist, given that you spray farther from your face. If you spray it within 5-10 cm, the mist would just be heavier compared to spraying it from far away. I tried to capture the mist, but kinda failed, lol.
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One of my favorite ways of using it is right after I wash my face. I spray it all over my face and pat it dry with a facial tissue. I feel that this reduces the impurities in the water that I used to rinse my face previously. It’s just me, probably, but I feel that this step improves my skin a little that my acne rarely appear lately.

Before Secret Key STE, this is my moisturizer. To refresh your memory, I have very oily, acne prone and sensitive skin, thus I need a very light and watery moisturizer. If you’re wondering if I had any problems using this as a moisturizer, then I’d say no. My skin is still free from acne and less oily. Also, I don’t use this on its own when it’s day time, I apply sunscreen on top of this.

However, as for the claims of fixing the makeup, I didn’t find that to be true on my face as it tends to reduce the intensity of my makeup. For example, if I applied too much powder on my face up to a point that it looks cakey, all I do is spray this all over my face to eliminate the cakey appearance.

Overall, I enjoyed using this facial spray whenever I finished washing my face and before my moisturizer. It gives a refreshing feel to my face, thereby elevating the mood as well. Even though it didn’t work to fix or set my makeup, I still use this to tone down any cakey appearance on my makeup. I have the small size in my makeup bag just for instant freshness on a hot, humid day.

P.S: Compared to Avene, I do prefer Avene facial spray because it felt a lot better on my skin. It is more expensive that this one, but I do like Avene more. I don’t understand it myself because the ingredients are practically the same. Maybe it’s because the water source is different, probably.


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  2. I'd like to try it too, sounds good

  3. Interesting! Gonna try it soon aah :) thx for review it :)

  4. Actually, i love this product!! It easilly refresh my face everytime i need without washing my face due to my hectic activities.