Shu Uemura • Depsea water • Skincare - Face
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love the rose mist and have done for a while now. Its handy to put some into a travel-sized bottle in general but especially when you're facing a longhaul flight..
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
i got the rose mist as a gift with purchase today and while tonight is the first time using it, i must say it is highly moisterizing. normally the clarisonic dries out my skin and leaves me with a tight feeling and i need to pretty much slather cream over my face to get rid of the tight feeling. tonight after i "mia'd" i spritzed my face with the rose mist and then added a pearl size of my night cream on top. i must say it do not have that tight feeling right now. so far so good.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
Yes, it looks suspiciously useless but it's the farthest thing from a gimmicky product. I have tried almost all of their scents, my favourite being mint and bergamot. I'm now on rose and I love it just as much. My skin have never been better, less prone to acne, more moisturised, and gives a dewy finish every time I use it. I have no idea what kind of drug they put in there as they claim it is from the deepest ocean trench unharmed by the sun and pollution. Whatever is in it, I'm all for it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I hesitated at first when buying this, but now I don't regret it. I do have acne-prone skin...And most of the products I use to subdue the breakouts and pimple all are drying on my skin. I noticed flakiness on my skin too, and all the moisturizer I was using did not do much. I spray this on my face right after cleansing or other times when I need a little "refreshing", and I'll say that I love it.
Once I bought this facial mist (bergamot...though I think I should have gotten Rose or Chamomile instead...), I realized that I need to apply less moisturizer after, and my skin has been feeling much more softer. My skin feels less irritated these days too. I don't see the flakiness I used to have. Spraying this is quite refreshing too. Yes this product is quite expensive ($25 usually...But I got it on sale for $20 on Shu's website), but I don't regret buying it at all. (I don't mind buying it for the original price either.)
This product is also a great combo with the Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil~ (I use the Fresh Pink one.)
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Ireceived three of these from a friend of mine and put them aside. For some reason I was not excited about them, but I recently went through a stash and found them again. I checked out some reviews here and sprayed some on morning and night. i cannot explain how this works, but it not only adds moisture to the skin, but leaves it really smooth and soft. I also noticed that it smoothed out some little roughness I had right under my chin. I suppose that deep sea water contains a high level of micro nutrients or something and it's smoothing out the skin via the anti-oxidants. I'm pleasantly surprised!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Performance: Used as make up mist and found it quite refreshing. After using oil blotting paper to remove excess oil on make up face, i will use this water to moist up the skin. Skin immediately feel the sensation of coolness and rehydrated.
Texture: Very fine mist that covers most of the skin easily
Scent: (in lavender) not overwhelming
Worthiness: It is just a marine water with some paraben and fragrance. However, it is quite amazing that it make skin feel cool in hot weather. I wonder if normal tap water did that too? Will repurchase because I like how it feels on my skin. But in the meanwhile i will like to try other brand (this is my 1st time using mist)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I'm ashamed to say that I would buy this product again lol... it is absolutely not a necessity... but I love it to bits!
I bought it in the rose scent and it is beautiful! not too strong at all
Its really nice to use during the day when you want to refresh your make-up, or just over your moisturiser.
Everybody should just buy it from Strawberrynet because its heaps cheaper ^_^
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got this in the lavender scent and it's a very pleasant smell that is not too strong. The scent goes away really fast so it shouldn't be much of an issue. I know that the product says to use it before moisturizer, but I use it at the end of my skincare routine. Before I used this product I would end up kind of sticky and wait it out to absorb into my skin. After I used the spray, the stickiness went away right away at the end of my routine. This product is great. I could've managed without it before, but now that I tried it, I refuse to go on without it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Seriously, I don't know how you can extract DEEP SEA water into a bottle, but I still bought it after the reviews. I use it after applying my makeup routine, and it does make my skin glow because I feel less cakey. My skin is quite dry, especially around the nose & cheeks and the water seems to help in terms of providing moisture. I work in airconditioning all day, so that was why I decided to give it a try.
I purchased Chamomile (yellow), the scent is light, and doesn't linger on your face. I find it better than Avene water, which is supposed to have been derived from France spring waters(?)
I cannot be 100% if this ACTUALLY works or it's just a placebo effect because I spent so much $ on a bottle of water. I have used 30% of the bottle now, and I am not sure if I will re-purchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have the Lavender scent in the 1.6 oz size. My skin type is very oily so I use this in the mornings as my toner/ moisturizer, or over my makeup to set it/ freshen it up. The scent is wonderful and it does a fantastic job of moisturizing without going overboard. I feel like this makes my foundation go on smoother too. It's the perfect, convenient, multi-tasking, skin-loving little bottle. Looks cute and sophisticated sitting on my vanity as well. My only gripe is that the spray doesn't cover enough area, so I find myself needing to spritz multiple times to cover my entire face, wasting some of the product. I paid $11 for the 1.6 oz, which is a bit of a splurge, but considering how useful I've found this and what great results I've been getting I will likely repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Have this is rose and unscented. Initially didn't want to pay SGD $39 for a bottle of WATER, but I sprayed it on my face at the counter and patted in. My face felt so AMAZING after that I just had to buy it. It really gives moisture which sinks in, even through foundation.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Despite saying that this is a luxury that you dont need, I still fork out the money to buy it, and will always repurchase mine.
All it does is refresh your skin during the day, I dont spritz this on my face when I've got a face full of makeup, cause lets be technicial here, with that much makeup on, nothing can penetrate my skin underneath, so spritzing this on my face is a useless cause. However I do carry mine around with me, when I'm on a long day out to spritz on my body, just to refresh my skin and it also leaves a very light rose scent which I love to death. All it really is, is just a very light toner.
I got mine in the pink bottle the Depsea Rose water, at $46AUD, It's pretty much a useless buy, I could just fill the bottle up with Biore toner and it pretty much would do the same thing. But despite saying that it's unnecessary, me being me, I love it, and will always repurchase mine. It actually last quiet long for me, out of the whole year, I only have to repurchased this once.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is absolutely ridiculous. It is very very expensive water that does nothing, nothing for the skin. Don't buy in the hype. it doesn't make sense at all.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I'm very positive about this product. I feel that my skin looks clearer, almost radiant and transparent after I corporated this into my AM/PM routine. I spray this on my cleansed/dry face in the morning, let it sink in for seconds then put on sunscreen. At night, I use it along with my Estee Lauder ANR serum. It's been 2 wks now, and my skin never looks so good. No irritation or pimples whatsoever. Will continue to purchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I got the bergamont bottle. It is extremely refreshing. I also want to try the mint for the summer, there is something intriguing about putting this product in the fridge , then using it. Some of my friends thought it was funny to see me use this for my face. it is also nice to freshen up your hair, or after a work out.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love the bottle and the beautiful colors. That being said, this is not an extraordinary product, but a lovely indulgence all the same. The fragrances are extremely light and do not linger. The mist is perfect...not too heavy and quite refreshing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Packaging-ok. Would be nice to be able to have the option to pour OR mist like FRESH's Rose Marigold.
Price ok for what you get.
I bought 3 diff ones. SA was insistent I needed all of them but no way. Not when I haven't even tried 1. I'm still a moron cause I bought 3.
Hammaleis. The SA was so persistent about this one and apparently I have a problem 1. w/ enlarged pores and 2. w/saying no.
It is pretty irritating/drying. Don't let that stop you though. My skin is pretty much irritated by everything and witch hazel can tend to be slightly astringent. That is the general point.
I bought it in unscented. Doesn't do much of anything. I asked SA what the function was and she was shocked by my utter ignorance. Because your skin needs this precious sea water!!! OK THEN! I do think this would be nice to use to wet your eyeliner brush for dry shadow application since tap H2O will have chemicals and what not in it thus contaminating your product with who knows what.
I finally bought this in Chamomile. If I were to purchase again I would say this would be the one. The smell is ok, non offensive. It is slightly moisturizing and calming. I do not like to use it on my face and leave it there or I get big pores, congestion and break out. Nothing earth-shattering but very noticeable. I do like to soak a cotton pad w/it and use it to remove my clay mask before a shower.
It is also ok to put on my body if I want my body lotion to spread better.
Worth a try but don't be an idiot like me and go all in unless you really are a nut for toners.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this for a very long international flight (17 hours) in order to keep my skin from getting too dried up from the harsh airplane air. I sprayed it obsessively on the flight and I must say, my skin felt and looked a lot better than it ever has on a flight that long. I kept on using it everyday, a couple sprays at night before moisturizer and I'm almost positive it improved the texture and tone of my skin. I recently started using jojoba oil as my nightly moisturizer, so now I spray 2 sprays of this water on 2 drops of jojoba oil and mix it all together and apply it to my face. It makes the jojoba oil sink into my skin easier, makes it more luxe feeling because it smells so nice (I have rose) and I'm getting all the benefits of both products. So far, this combination has given me the best skin I've *ever* had since before puberty! I haven't tried the jojoba oil without the depsea water, but I figure why stop if I found a combo that is perfect? I also use it from time to set makeup that looks a bit too powdery to give it a more dewy finish. All around a good, multi-use product. One lippie off because I always feel absurd for paying $24 for essentially water. But I swear it has magic in it!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Yeah, whoever said it is pure luxury was so right!
It feels like thermal water on the skin, the only difference is the high price. I have it in Chamomile but the SA told me that there is absolutely no difference between all of it (only the fragrance) but the effect is the same.
It has improved my skin so much and that is why I will buy it again and again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Luxury item that feels great on the skin. Since the water inside the bottle is cooler than the temperature outside, it closes pores, especially if you use warm or hot water to wash your face, like me. I only like the fragrance-free version, but without fragrance, it makes sense to buy Avene or Evian instead. I admit, however, the Depsea feels better, as the bottle sprays out water in more forceful pumps. The mineral claims are gimmicky, but what keeps us buying is: You never know...