Thermal spring water. Avène and Evian

Good Morning! Yes, it is Monday and yes, it is another post on my blog. Recently I felt that my blog was a little bit neglected… So I decided to make a new entry this Monday :).

The today’s topic is about something what is not praised enough in a wide bloggers’ community. Today I am going to talk about thermal water, its benefits and my love which is as pure as the product itself.

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To start off, I would like to briefly explain what is that magical thermal water. So, thermal water is probably one of the purest forms of water that is located deep underground and has amazing healing properties. Thermal water is known for containing various cations, anions, and salts. It has pH 7 which, in turn, suggests that this water is neutral. Neutral water=balanced water=balanced skin (this is the formula, I just made :D).

Basically, this water is just GOODNESS for your skin, and it has various functions. To name a few this water calms irritated skin, reduces redness, helps to reduce sunburn, hydrates skin, etc.

I personally think this water is an extremely versatile product since it can be used for various things and on all skin types. It is particularly suitable for allergic and sensitive skin (mine is sensitive/combination), however, people, who have normal/combination/dry/oily skin types can also find this product useful.

I use this product everywhere. In fact, I can’t imagine my daily skin care routine without this product…

I usually use it before I apply my moisturiser, however, I also love using it as a make-up setting spray.  In addition, I like spritzing it when I feel that I need to refresh my face during day time or at night.

Currently, I am using two brands of thermal water. The bigger bottle (see picture above) is by Avène and the smaller one is by Evian. I love both, however, the big bottle isn’t convenient to carry around, and since I cannot imagine my day without it, I had to buy a smaller version.

Overall, I cannot recommend this product enough. It is super good, versatile, suitable for all skin types and seasons. Although it is quite pricey (around 9 pounds for 150 ml), it is absolutely worth its price!

Have you tried thermal water before? What is your opinion about it?

That is it for today. I hope you found this post interesting 🙂

Lots of love!

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