Hardly using aftershave in splash form lately, almost exclusively replaced by balm. But if I had to, I'd use to use the classic, inexpensive old school aftershave splash brands like (admitting this to my shame, considering that it may not be the first choice of both experienced wet shavers and fragrance fans): Old Spice, Pitralon, Tabac Original, Hattrick, Irisch Moos, 4711, Denim Original etc.
All worked great on my skin, had good both refreshing, antiseptic function, but also very soothing, cooling and moisturizing for my skin (OK, it may be my skin type alone that suits these particular brands, but so far, very good value for money and overall good cooling, moisturizing, soothing etc. effect).
However, if I ever had to return to aftershave splashes and/or decided to do so sometime, I'd also like to test the higher end of this market segment (possibly including, but not limited to, ADP, Alt Innsbruck, TOBS, Truefitt&Hill, GFT etc.), as well as most designer and niche fragrances I like in aftershave splash form and concentration. Not out of snobbery or for lavish spending, but simply to know more about their price/quality-ratio, skin tolerability, testing impressions to be shared on Basenotes, evolution after a very close, demanding shave on sensitive skin etc.
Acqua di Parma's Collezione Barberie has a splash/toner that is very gentle and mild. You could also try Eau Sauvage aftershave splash which has quite a lot of oil/moisturisers in it.
Nonetheless, if your skin wants moisture, don't give it alcohol and that's my advice. Some great balms out there these days. To name a few - Castle Forbes, Weleda (my personal favourite), Roger & Gallet, L'Oreal MenExpert 24hr Hydrating