- Mac Fix+ (£11 100ml)
- Body Shop vitamin E face mist (£7 100ml)
- Lush tea tree water (£3.25 100ml or £6.45 250ml)
- Liz Earle instant skin boost tonic (£4.75 30ml)
- La Roche Posay thermal spa water (£6.50 100ml)
I have recently tested;
- Evian brumisateur (£3.50 50ml or £6.95 150ml or £8.95 300ml)
- Avene thermal water (£3 50ml or £5.25 150ml)
The only one that is comparable to these to is the La Roche Posay. All are made from thermal water and use the same aerosol spray can packaging.
The only downside with aerosol face mists is that you can not add anything to it. I used to customise my fix+ by adding some vanilla pigment and rose oil for a moisturising glow.
However, aerosol face mists are not like normal spray mists as they contain natural mineral water. So, unless you are allergic to water you are safe! They are mineral balanced and PH neutral. (Remember, we always want our PH level in our skin to be balanced!)
What do I think overall?
I like Lush's tea tree water to tone my face. I don't often use it to freshen up as I feel it can be drying if used too often.
I don't favour the Body shops vitamin E face mist or Liz Earles instant skin boost tonic as the packaging for some reason puts me off and therefore have never repurchased, even though the product itself is nice.
I love Mac's fix+ as I can use it to tone, freshen up and fix my make up but the price compared to others is a bit expensive. I would recommend you use this to fix your make up and customise it if you wish and use a cheaper smaller alternative to carry around in your bag.
La Roche Posay thermal spa water was lovely to use as I can also use it to tone, freshen up and fix my make up. However I felt it was a bit expensive.
The Evian brumisateur and Avene thermal water can also be used to tone, freshen up and fix my make up. I really like that both of them are available in 50ml which is really small and cute, making it practical to carry around in your handbag.
The cheapest facial spray that can be used for everthing a facial spray should be used for is the Avene thermal water with the Evian a close 2nd. I really like facial sprays in general and clearly the cheapest appeals to me as I go through bottles quite regularly. The fact that these don't upset the PH balance of skin is also a vital factor. However, I still wouldn't mind a Mac fix+ sitting on my table, but not to carry around in my bag. It all depends on your reasoning for wanting a facial spray.Do you use a facial spray?
I was sent the Evian, Avene and Body Shop vitamine E face mist for review purposes from 3 separate PR firms. I was not paid for this post and I am not affiliated with any of the brands mentioned. This is my honest opinion as always.