I was curious about how people can splurge on makeup removing water or micellar water to be precise when one can get makeup remover at one-third price of that until I get my hands on these two Micellar water from Garnier. These are my second bottles. So you can make out that I have been using this Micellar water for a couple of months now before penning down my review on these. To be honest, I was so excited when I saw its commercial on TV like how this can remove any makeup stain on your face with just a swipe. That time I decided to buy these for me. Today I can assure myself that it was my best decision ever. Whan to know why! then keep on reading.
Garnier Skin Naturals Micellar cleansing water- 175/- for 400ml
Garnier skin naturals Micellar Cleansing Bi-Phase water- 225/- for 400ml.
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Garnier Skin Naturals Micellar cleansing water v/s Garnier skin naturals Micellar Cleansing Bi-Phase water
Packaging is almost similar except the color of the cap. Both the variants come in a transparent plastic bottle with flip open cap. The nozzle dispenses the right amount of the liquid you need to remove your makeup. Information related to the product is mention on the packaging.
Garnier Skin Natural Micellar Water is clear water like solution. There is a mild refreshing fragrance to it. On the other hand, the bi phrase version has light yellow color oil on the top and the water like solution seems clear from the bottom. It has very refreshing citrusy fragrance. As the oil gets separated every time, you need to give it a good shake before using.
The pain micellar water is meant for cleansing everyday makeup and on the other hand, bi-phase one is used to remove heavy duty and waterproof makeup.
Both Micellar water work well on my oily sensitive prone skin. They remove last traces of makeup and dirt from my skin without making it dry or stretchy. These are light, non-sticky and non- greasy on the skin. In spite of having oil in it, Oil infused Micellar water doesn’t feel heavy like an oil. It never leaves my oily skin oilier as well. I love the fact that they don’t contain alcohol and super gentle on my sensitive skin.They both do their job of cleansing without irritating my cheeks and string my eyes. They leave my skin comfortable, soft, clean and calm which I love to have at the end of the day. You need not to rinse it off immediately after use, you can leave your face as it is.
I use both at the same time. Generally, I soak a cotton pad in the bi-phase Micellar water and then gently press for few seconds on the eyelid to loosen up the mascara and break down the liner or kohl. Then wipe off the cotton pad to remove. It effectively removes those stubborn waterproof mascara and liner with 2-3 stokes. After removing my eye makeup, I gently remove my lipstick with the same cotton pad. Then I take another cotton pad and soak that too in normal micellar water and gently wipe my face. It also removes last traces of bb cream/foundation, highlighter and blush from my skin and leaves no residue behind.
I have sensitive skin and it did not obey me at all. You could find 2-3 zits always there on my face around the year. But after I started using these Garnier Micellar water, my acne or breakouts started disappearing and my skin is becoming clearer day after day. I haven’t faced any new acne and breakouts even since then. Trust me, this is true.
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My Rating: 4.8/5.
Final Verdict: As I said these are my second bottles and I’m kinda obsessed with these micellar water. They, actually solve my skin issues and keep the breakouts at bay. If you are someone with sensitive skin or even normal skin you can use this cleanser without any worries. And the best thing is these are at dirt cheap price. I would highly recommend these Micellar water by Garnier.
Have you used Garnier kin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Waters? What do you think about them? Share your comments below.
That’s all for today. Hope you find this post helpful. See you in my next post.