However, on closer inspection of the caption, we realised she wasn’t recommending it for the face at all.
“OK I know this says it’s for the face, but I use it on hair,” she wrote. “It literally has that perfect atomizer that distributes perfectly for waves and curls.”
Likening the $10 buy to a diffuser on a hairdryer, the 45-year-old continued: “It can give the hair gentle beachy waves when minimally sprayed on dry hair. And then walk away! Just let it do its thing.”
She also uses it to detangle her children’s hair, saying it’s gentle and doesn’t leave it heavy as other products can.
Similarly, we’d assume as the product is mainly water, you’d be left without the crunch likened to most sea salt sprays. It may not have the same hold, but if its touchable texture you’re after, Barrymore’s recommendation could be the one.