Garnier cleansing Micellar water

I am sure you all have heard about Micellar water and people raving about it all over social media. Just a week ago I discovered this in skincare aisle at my local drugstore and thought of giving it a try. To be honest, I have no regrets !!

What is Micellar water?

Micellar water is made of tiny little oil particles suspended in water, and these particles latch onto make up to get off of your face. The reason why micellar water has become so popular is because it is very gentle, effective, and a good way to remove makeup without ruining the skin.


How do I use:

Double cleansing is essential step in my skincare routine when I wear makeup. I start cleansing once with coconut oil or cleansing water to remove makeup and then I again cleanse with a foam or cream cleanser to remove excess dirt and impurities that got built throughout the day. For eye-makeup, I soak a cotton pad in micellar water and place it on my eyes for about 10 seconds and gently rub the makeup. Waterproof eyeliner or mascara doesn’t come out easily with this micellar water so I suggest you to use some oil based eye-makeup remover. I generally use coconut oil to remove my eye-makeup.

My Verdict:

This cleansing water is amazing. I have been using for a week now and I already love the way my skin feels after using this. It doesn’t dry out my skin and it doesn’t leave an oily residue. It comes in a plastic bottle with a plastic cap. You get a lot of product for decent price.It contains no alcohol, parabens and is also fragrance free.

Price: $8.99 for 13.5 FL Oz (Price may vary)





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