Review: Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water

Hello again,

When I first saw this product in Superdrug, I had no idea that it was possible to buy a product that was capable of achieving that of a makeup remover and that of a toner.

Since using this Cleansing Water, my skin has felt much cleaner and even. The water is refreshing and feels the equivalent to washing your face with facial wash after using. The water is gentle to the skin and it isn’t perfumed so it doesn’t irritate the eyes when removing makeup – it also contains no alcohol!IMG_0293.JPG

I’m so relieved to find a product that does the job of two; it means that it takes up less space in my beauty draw and that daily, I use fewer products on my face – it also saves time. I have found that toners can sometimes leave my skin feeling unintentionally dry, but this is not the case.

In addition to this, I have also found that I have been breaking out a lot less; I’m assuming that this is a result of my pores being deeply cleansed and soothes. This is a relief as I am always worried that new products will irritate my pores and encourage breakouts. I will definitely be repurchasing this product

Thanks for reading!

Have any of you ever tried it? If not, will you consider it after reading this review? Let me know in the comments box ๐Ÿ™‚

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9 thoughts on “Review: Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water

  1. That is so cool ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve not seen a water that does that. I like that it doesn’t have perfume in it so it doesn’t irritate your skin. I saw a cleansing gel made of water called “Cure”. It exfoliates your skin somehow yet there’s nothing to agitate your skin. Incredible! lol


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