Garnier Skin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Water: Review

When micellar water first took the beauty world by storm, we were not convinced at all, so we stuck to our good ol’ traditional makeup remover. But it’s been a year now since we took a plunge into the micellar water (see what we did there?)!, and quite frankly, we wish we had done it sooner!
The water-like formula leaves our skin feeling clean and light which we’d take over greasy face wipes any day! As girls with sensitive skin, we’ve found it’s a lot less harsh and it doesn’t seem to break us out like other products we’ve used in the past.
We’ve been using the Garnier Skin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Water which has gained cult status since it was brought out onto the market. A few drops of this onto a cotton pad is enough to take off our daily face of makeup, and unlike some other makeup removers we’ve used, we don’t need have to wrestle to wipe off waterproof makeup.
This has fast become a permanent fixture in our daily routine, and will definitely be a regular re-purchase in our shopping basket.

Have you tried micellar water? What’s your verdict?

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♥ M + K

21 thoughts on “Garnier Skin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Water: Review

  1. Wow I haven't even *heard* of this, but a makeup remover that doesn't leave me feeling greasy is a winner in my book! That's one of the main reasons why I never buy makeup removers actually- I just wash my face and lather the mascara away. This would be nice to have though. Thanks for reviewing it!

    xo marlen
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  2. Great review, this product looks amazing and I'd Love to try it but I haven't heard of it in the USA, yet. I'll have to scan the store shelves and be on the look out. A good make up remover is a Must Have. What a fun blog!
    Thank you for your comment on one of my blogs ~


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