My first impression was of how big the plastic bottle is. At 237ml, it's by no means travel or handbag friendly. As such, I've kept it on my desk and have to admit that having it on display has meant that I've been reaching for it more regularly than I may have been likely to otherwise.
It's certainly not luxurious in terms of appearance but nor is it offensive. I liked that the transparent bottle meant that I could tell how much product was remaining. The spritzer itself is relatively easy to control and I liked that it delivered a fine mist.
Personally, the scent wasn't to my liking. I'd describe it as a musty, herbal fragrance but thankfully, it didn't linger following use.
Thanks to ingredients such as aloe vera juice, glycerin and hyaluronic acid, it left my skin feeling hydrated. I was pleased to note that it could be applied throughout the day, without disrupting my makeup.
Considering the generous size, I feel that the price tag of approximately £8.99 is fair. It's not the best facial spritzer I've tried but it does the job and offers good value for money.