Garnier micellar cleansing water review

Wednesday, 18 March 2015




I had been wanting this for a long time before I bought it. A lot of the skincare routine videos/posts I'd read included this product and to me it looked really good. To take my makeup off, I used to use facial wipes and, occasionally, I still use them if I'm in a rush. However, lots of people have said that using cleansing water is better for your skin so I tried this out.

My micellar cleansing water is for combination and sensitive skin. I think this is really good because the product then helps to reduce shininess whilst taking my makeup off. In my local boots, I only saw the one for normal/dry skin which wouldn't be right for me. So I'd recommend to hold on and wait for the right product if you're like me - don't just buy the first one you see!

I have previously owned an eye makeup remover similar to this and it made my eyes sting. So upon trying this, I was relieved to know that this didn't irritate my eyes. You also don't need a lot of product, a little goes a long way but it depends really on how much makeup you are using. I can normally get away with one cotton pad for my eyes and one for my face with a small amount of the  cleansing water on the pads. 

So if you are looking for a good cleansing water, I would definitely recommend this. It is affordable and works really well - you can get 200 uses out of one bottle! 

What do you use to take your makeup off?
xox

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Garnier micellar cleansing water review




I had been wanting this for a long time before I bought it. A lot of the skincare routine videos/posts I'd read included this product and to me it looked really good. To take my makeup off, I used to use facial wipes and, occasionally, I still use them if I'm in a rush. However, lots of people have said that using cleansing water is better for your skin so I tried this out.

My micellar cleansing water is for combination and sensitive skin. I think this is really good because the product then helps to reduce shininess whilst taking my makeup off. In my local boots, I only saw the one for normal/dry skin which wouldn't be right for me. So I'd recommend to hold on and wait for the right product if you're like me - don't just buy the first one you see!

I have previously owned an eye makeup remover similar to this and it made my eyes sting. So upon trying this, I was relieved to know that this didn't irritate my eyes. You also don't need a lot of product, a little goes a long way but it depends really on how much makeup you are using. I can normally get away with one cotton pad for my eyes and one for my face with a small amount of the  cleansing water on the pads. 

So if you are looking for a good cleansing water, I would definitely recommend this. It is affordable and works really well - you can get 200 uses out of one bottle! 

What do you use to take your makeup off?
xox

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