Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Review: Garnier Miscellar Cleansing Water


How many of you have heard about this particular cleansing water before? I bet that the majority of you have, right? If you have in fact been living under a rock for the past couple of months, then you are in luck, as today this is exactly what I'm going to be talking about.

Most teenage girls nowadays wear makeup on their face, eyes, and lips. Some wear more than others, and some don't wear any at all, but for those who do wear makeup regularly, it can be really difficult to find a makeup remover that is effective enough, yet affordable enough at the same time. I don't know about you, but I have tried many different products for my skin over the past few months. Makeup removers, eye makeup removers, lotions that help to remove makeup, toners.. The list really does go on. I have tried pretty much every product under the sun, and I was still being left with traces of makeup, dirt, and irritated skin from the array that I was testing out. It really wasn't doing me, or my skin any good at all, and I was just throwing more money down the drain.

That's when I came across the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water. What an absolute beauty. It has literally become such a huge part of my skincare routine now (more to follow on that at a later date), and I can't really believe that I went for so long without it. I have actually got the smaller bottle, which is 125ml, but as I received two of them for Christmas that means I actually have 250ml of the product as a whole, and the large bottle is 400ml in total, which is actually really good. You can get it from anywhere - Tesco, Asda, Superdrug, Boots, Feel Unique, and even Amazon, or Ebay! The large bottle (400ml) is £3.33 on the Boots website at the moment, but it's usually £4.99 from Boots, and Superdrug, to my knowledge. The smaller bottle (which I have pictured above) is currently £1, but it's usually £1.99. You can't beat that, can you?! I mean, seriously!

I actually have pretty sensitive skin, and I always feel quite wary when trying out new skincare products, but actually, this makeup remover from Garnier has began a total staple in my skincare regime. I usually just dampen a cotton pad with a small amount, and then I swipe it all over my face, eyes, and lips. I must admit that as much as I'm raving about this cleanser, it can hurt my eyes quite a bit. I do have sensitive eyes as it is, and so maybe I would be better using the cleanser water with the green cap, which is actually targeted towards sensitive skin, but I actually don't find it a problem. It just stings a little bit painfully, but it removes all of the makeup, and it doesn't irritate my skin, or cause any redness, or flakiness, so I don't really have any complains, as there are more positives than negatives. It is extremely effective at removing any traces of makeup, it doesn't leave your skin feeling grimy, or dry, it's easy to use, and a mini size is available. I would recommend that you try both this version out, and the other one for sensitive skin, but it all depends on what your skin type is in general.
Overall, if you are one of those people who have literally been hibernating for the past few months, then do go, and give this product a go. I'm pretty sure you won't regret it.

Lots of love,

Jade x 

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