La Roche Posay Eau Thermale

La Roche Posay Eau Thermale
You may remember a few months ago, I reviewed the Vichy Eau Thermale – or thermal spring water – that was my first foray into products of this nature. This one is much the same. In fact, I don’t think I can tell if there are any differences between them.

La Roche Posay Eau Thermale

This has a removable cap and spray top for easy application. These thermal waters are designed to soothe and soften skin, making them ideal for those with sensitive skin – especially as they contain no chemical nasties. In fact, this is literally just water in a can and that is its only ingredient. However, it also contains natural minerals from the water like selenium to soothe, soften skin and work as a natural anti-oxidant.

These are great for summer or hot weather as well, which is why I have packed one for my trip to Florida. I wish it wasn’t in an aerosol can though as I would love to use it as a face refresher on the ten hour flight! I have heard of people keeping them in the fridge for a truly refreshing spritz on hot days and that sounds divine!

The other thing I like to use them for is if I apply too much powder or it looks quite cakey on my face. This dispenses in such a fine mist that it doesn’t destroy makeup or even make mascara run. It just adds a little bit of dew to your face to make your makeup look a little more lived in. I have become obsessed with using this daily for this purpose.
A 150ml bottle will set you back €8.99 which may seem like a lot for a can of water but it is so multifunctional and surprisingly, lasts a long time! It may also be interesting to note that this is a euro cheaper than Vichy’s identical offering.

What do you think? Have you tried a thermal water yet? Are you interested?


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