The Spring Water

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A facial mist is something that has always intrigued me and when I spotted the La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water I snatched it up and haven’t looked back since. As a brand La Roche-Posay has continually sparked my interest in their skincare range – from their micellar solution to the beauty blogger classic Serozinc.

This spring water has become apart of my daily skincare routine – morning and evening. A step in between cleansing and moisturizing I thought I never needed is now something I can’t seem to live without. The coolness of the spray instantly refreshes your skin leaving you wanting more or in this case spraying more. This product is ideal for people with skin on the drier side as there is an almost instant boost of hydration.

There is no denying my attraction to this spring water but with the good comes the bad. The spraying mechanism lets out a rather large amount of the water at once which means it pretty much goes everywhere. I can assure you that the tops of your shoulders will feel damp after using this so normally I have to go in with a towel and dry up.

My verdict regarding this product is that it gets a A+ in my skincare book. I’m not sure if it’s a must have for everyone to have in their skincare cupboard but it is definitely for me. Next time I’m browsing the skincare aisle I’ll for sure be picking up a backup of this.

Have you tried this thermal spring water?

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