Evian Facial Spray

Evian Facial Spray rehydrates skin suffering from overheated and dry air. It revives your makeup throughout the day, and makes you look fresh by replenishing that much needed moisture. People who want others to look at them should order the Evian facial spray. Evian sells a product called “Mineral spray” for around $10. According to make up artists it revives and moisturizes your face.

The real cool people get the limited edition “Evian Paris Fashion” or “Evian New York Nights”.

From the website: Evian’s delightful cool mist rehydrates skin suffering from overheated or dry office air. It also revives your makeup throughout the day, and keeps you looking fresh by replenishing that much needed moisture.


  1. We are the US distributor of Evian Facial Spray and would like to try to change your impression of our product. First, we have distributed Evian Facial Spray since 1978 to stores like Nordstrom and Sephora and thousands of others. Clearly, no product could stay alive for 30 years if it did not offer benefits that consumers value. Tap water often contains flourides and chlorine–neither are good for skin. Furthermore, tap waters are often very hard–meaning they are heavily mineralized often with minerals like sodium that are bad for skin. Evian Facial Spray is a soft water and only contains minerals that have a beneficial effect on skin. Our spray, powered by nitrogen (80% of each breath one takes is nitrogen–20% oxygen) delivers Evian water in micro-droplets that can be absorbed by the skin. Tap water, splashed on the face cannot be easily absorbed. Our consumers swear by our product because it can be carried on a plane (TSA has approved our 1.7 oz. size), is sealed and cannot leak, has too many varied uses to list, and, if used every day, produces younger looking skin over time. It also helps improve the performance of any other skin care product used with it, as well as any color cosmetic as it is often used to “set” color cosmetics and refresh them during the day.

    We hope you will re-consider us or, better yet, give us a try!

  2. You mean like the refreshing towels they give you?
    Yes, they’re great and free.

    I wouldn’t spend so much money on water, no matter how “great” it is.

  3. Oh that is so silly. You take a goddamn shower in tap water and then mist your face with spring water? Absolutely absurd.

  4. This product is great and anyone who blatantly makes a comment about it before understanding it is foolish and uneducated. I am glad some people on this post understand the composition behind water and the differences with mineral content, pH etc. As a PhD in chemistry I can tell you that this does hydrate and having used it for years can say it works great.
    Anyone that laughs is doing so at their own ignorance.

  5. I have very dry, sensitive skin. After reading THE SKIN TYPE SOLUTION, which recommended using this product to rinse one’s face as part of one’s daily skin routine, I decided to try it (along with the other recommendations). I’ve been using the product for about 2+ weeks and the dryness is gone and the redness is reduced. I don’t spray my face throughout the day. I use the product twice per day — a.m. and p.m. cleansing routine. Worked for me.
    Baumann, L. (2007). THE SKIN TYPE SOLUTION. New York, NY: Bantam Dell.

  6. I kept it by my bedside when I was going through menopause. One little spray-hot flash was gone and I was back to sleep without getting out of bed.

  7. I’m glad to see others chiming in here in defense of this product. Look, I freely admit it sounds ridiculous at first, but I’m a convert. I bought a bottle of Evian face spray at the airport before boarding an 8hr flight with my small son. I did an eyeroll at the fact that it was Evian, but I thought it might be useful if he needed his face or hands washed during the flight without having to drag him to the restroom or bother a flight attendant. I don’t know it was because we were overseas or what, but I only paid about $5 for this. Admittedly, if it had been $10, I probably would have passed.

    Well, we used the bottle a couple of times on the flight. It’s not been more than six months, and I’m STILL using the same bottle. It will run out sometime soon I guess, but I can’t say I haven’t gotten my money’s worth. It had a number of good uses, not the least of which is to keep it in the glovebox of the car for long drives. My husband used it quite a few times while weathering a stomach flu. A cool spray feels great if your feverish or queasy.

  8. This product is perfect for after a long night of clubbing. My friend had a bunch of these and gave me one because i laughed at her. Now i carry it around every where i go.

  9. The best reason to get this stuff is because it will set your make-up and keep your foundation from looking dry and powdery.

  10. I live in South Florida and this sets my make-up so that by noon it’s not dripping onto my clothing (I’m outside most of the day because of my work) and my expensive moisturizers, again because I live down here and don’t want to look like a prune before I’m 40, really do go a whole lot further so buying “water” for $10/can probably saves me well over $100 in the long run. Who’s laughing? ME RIGHT TO THE BANK.

  11. I love the evian misting spray! I have been using it for awhile now.

    I first starting using it after viewing a model in Nylon magazine with it in her cosmetic bag and
    wanted to try it to see how it worked and I have been hooked ever since!

    I once went to nordstrom during the after christmas sale and purchased all of their evian
    misting spray bottles in every size! I Literally purchased around 44 bottles! I didnt want to
    run out!

    It works great when putting on make up & setting make up and spritzing throughout day
    for a pick me up.

    I love this stuff! ?


  12. It may seem a little frou-frou to spray Evian mist on your face, but I’m a skin therapist/esthetician and a freelance makeup artist and I have to agree mostly with what the Evian rep. said. Your face & decollete (neck and upper chest) skin is much more delicate than the skin on your body so yeah the chlorine and other crummy things in your shower/tap water DO take a toll on your skin. For example, when practicing proper skin care, your steps are cleanse, TONE, and moisturize. Did you know that water does not have the same pH balance as your skin does? Everytime the pH of your skin is off, guess what you’re more susceptible to? Acne and Pre-mature ageing! Anyway, as far as the makeup goes, I use pressed powder foundation on my clients with a more acne/oily skin type and sometimes this leaves them with a bit of a chalky complection. Spraying a mineral spray over the face sets it and makes the skin look less chalky. Honeslty, it’s one of the first things I learned in makeup artistry! Hope this helps. PS, don’t get upset because someone does something that doesn’t “agree” with you. People do things for their own reasons-To each their own. And just because you don’t understand it, doesn’t mean it’s wrong. Take Care everyone!

  13. Oh I just have one lil beef with Evian-STOP USING AEROSOL! I am currently searching for another company who sells this spray in a manual-spray. Make one with a manual spray and I’ll start buying from your company again! Thanks!

  14. I read about this in “The Skin Type Solution” a few years ago and I’ve been using it ever since. I’ve made the mistake of running out and not bothering to get more. Within a few days my skin started breaking out. Silly as it may sound, the mineral spray regulates my extremely sensitive skin and leads to fewer break-outs.

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