So far I reviewed only 1 thermal water by Vichy but today I want to review one more thermal water and this time by Avene.
You can read more about Avene and their products at the Avene website.
And here are only some of the ways you may use Avene Thermal Spray
- Post surgery
- Post procedure
- Redness-prone skin / inflammation
- Keratosis-prone, scaly skin
- Eczema / atopic dermatitis
- Allergic reactions / sensitive skin / irritation
- Burning / stinging / itching / tingling
- After cleansing
- After shaving/after waxing
- After exercise
- During travel
- Sunburn, burns
- Diaper rash
- To set makeup
- Calms, soothes and softens
- Rich in silicate and trace elements
- Low salt mineral content does not dry out the skin
- pH 7.5 – perfect balance of anions and cations
- Bottled directly from the source – bacteriologically pure
- Hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic
How to use
- Spray onto the skin in a fine mist. Leave on for 2 to 3 minutes, then gently pat dry. Spray on as often as necessary.
Ingredients ( I’ve tried to make good photos):
If you have never heard of terre d’Oc, it’s a luxury organic skincare from France. All the products are divided into five groups: Japan, Bali, India, Burkina Faso and Morrocco. Each range is based on the countries’ beauty rituals and most popular ‘beauty ingredient’ sourced in the region. I think it is a brilliant idea.
I was very lucky to get two products from the Japan range from the Tender Loving Skincare shop to try out. I happen to absolutely love both. So today I will tell you about one of them which is Milky Perfume Cloud in Plum Tree Blossom.
It comes in a luxurious glass bottle with a beautiful design. This product is definitely to spoil yourself!
I love using it on the body, mostly arms and chest as I’d rather use something else on my legs to save this magical product for a longer time. It does feel hydrating and non-sticky at all, it doesn’t leave any white residue as well. I also love using it on my hair as it holds the scent longer than the body.
Plum Tree Blossom is a
While I usually love the sea salt hair sprays, this time I’ve decided to try a volumising mist without the I’ve-just-been-surfing-or-swimming-in-the-sea kind of effect.
And I’ve noticed that Larry King Hair Care just launched (this was a few months ago) at Cult Beuty so decided to give it a go.
Not gonna lie, I was probably mostly drawn to the stylish glass bottle and a cool modern design. I also like the sleek pump and the pistachio green label, with simple gold and black writing. I am describing the look of the product in such a detail as I firmly believe that, when it comes to high-end beauty, everything about it should bring joy. And this is clearly the case.
As for the product itself, I