Rose Kiss Spritz - review
Many years ago a friend introduced me to the bliss of Evian Facial Mist – there’s nothing like it when you’re hot and bothered in summer. I used to buy it in France for just a few francs for a large spray can and it lasted ages.
Then briefly, I was able to buy it in London, but that was short-lived for some reason and I’ve not seen it since. I did find tiny cans of water mist for extortionate prices, but funnily enough they didn’t grab me.
Then a kind PR popped this in the post to me
It’s the same principle – cooling facial mist – but with the added benefits of anti-ageing rose.
I have used it a few times and I find it gives the same instant chill, but with added fragrance – not too heady, a subtle floral scent that does not compete with any perfume you might be wearing. It can also be used as a toner and for fixing make-up.
What's more, it is not tested on animals, is approved by PETA and does not contain animal ingredients, so what's not to like?
On a practical level, the bottle is small enough to fit comfortably into my bag (unlike the huge cans of Evian from the early 90s), yet large enough to guarantee loads of use for the price tag of £6.
It is available from www.english-rose-cosmetics.com and is currently on offer for £3.