I just got back from a wonderful weekend in Palm Springs, so I know how refreshing water can be on a hot day. When the temperature hits 100 degrees, your body begins to beg for a little agua. That's just about the time I grab a glass of water, or if I'm lucky, take a dip in the pool. Unfortunately because my vacation is over, I don't have a pool nearby. That's where Watersall's Purified Water Atomizer ($12.50) comes in handy. Or should come in handy.
The atomizer is literally an aerosol-spray can that projects water wherever it is sprayed. Not a new concept, but one that I have yet to wrap my head around. Literally the ingredient list for this can is water and nitrogen. That's all, folks. It just boggles my mind that someone can charge $12.50 for a tiny can of water. The other beef I have with this product is that the water smells old, kind of like moldy tap water. If I were you, I'd just buy a bottle of water, drink most of it, and dab the rest onto a paper towel and blot your face. But, if you're really clamoring for that spray relief, try something like Neutrogena's Sheer Body Mist, which will not only provide some coolness, but also SPF protection.