La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Review

Today I would be reviewing my favorite facial mist that has replaced toner in my skin care routine. I’m loving this facial mist and has almost finished using it. So here’s my review on La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water..

La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water ReviewPrice: Rs.390 for 50 g

Product Description:

This soothing water tones and refreshes skin, preparing it for treatment. Also appropriate following in-office procedures like chemical peels, laser resurfacing and microdermabrasion.

The unique combination of minerals and trace elements, such as Selenium, give La Roche-Posay thermal spring water scientifically-proven soothing, softening and anti-oxidant properties. Strict formula charter to minimise the risk of intolerance. Suitable for adults and babies.

Recommended For:

  • Intolerant skin
  • Eczema-prone (atopic dermatitis)
  • Rosacea-prone
  • All skin types

Benefits:

  • Refreshes, soothes and tones
  • Provides antioxidant protection
  • Gentle, fine mist
  • Contains no additives
  • Perfect for use during work, travel and play

Directions:

Spray a fine mist onto your face as frequently as desired. Hold can 10 to 12 inches from face, close eyes and release mist by pushing down on the aerosol cap. Leave few minutes and pat dry with fingertips. Refrigeration is recommended for additional soothing benefits.La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Review

My Take on La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water:

Now why you may want to use thermal spring water when it feels very much like ordinary water. That is because spring water has a very high amount of minerals and antioxidants. This spring water contains Silica which is an antioxidant and is known to purify and calm the skin and is great for reducing redness. Let me list down some of the uses of this spring water I found helpful from a video so I thought of sharing them with you all.

1. Toner: You can use this spring water as your regular toner, spray it on your face and complete your skin care routine by moisturizing on slightly damp skin.

2. Makeup Setting Spray: Yeah, you can use it as a makeup setting spray and I only recommend you to use it this way if you have dry skin and don’t recommend this to oily skin.

3. To Refresh your Skin: When you come back home from a tiring sunny hot day and you need something to cool your temperature and your skin too, then spray this on to your face to cool and refresh it.

4. Itching: It can be used to relieve itchiness and calm redness and can also be used by people with eczema as it is suitable for sensitive skin.La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water ReviewLa Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Review

Now how do I use it or in what ways I have used it. I personally use it twice daily after washing my face, I spray a bit on my face, pat it with fingertips, let it soak for a second or two and then continue with the rest of my skin care routine like moisturizing and sunscreen and all. I just love this product to the core, I want to purchase it again and again and want to continue using it for my life time, don’t know why but I’m too impressed with this product. As soon as I spray it, I feel my skin glows and looks more nourishing and my moisturizer tends to seep better into my skin. I’m totally loving this product, it refreshes my skin, calms it down and reduces any bit of redness I have on my face. This is so gentle on the skin and is helping me with my acne marks’ treatment by calming the redness down. It helps a lot with dry patches and rough skin by instantly spraying a fine mist of moisture which adds moisture to my skin. Always remember to shake the bottle well before using any facial mist, toner or anything that’s liquid as that dissolves the ingredients and help them to work better by bringing the good ingredients on top. This product gets a 5/5 from me as I absolutely love it and couldn’t find any con in it except that it’s not easily available here in India.

BML Rating: 5/5

Will I Repurchase La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water:

Yes, I want this once again and every time in my skin care routine. Wish it was easily available :-( and I recommend all you girls to try this out if you can get hold of this.

69 thoughts on “La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water Review”

  1. I have never tried a mist instead of a toner – Sounds interesting plus a 5 on 5 products makes it more interesting ;)
    I would really love to give it a shot :) .. Beautifully reviewed sweets :*

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