I am still without my computer, and I am writing my blog on my phone.
I have been lucky enough to try out the gamut of Micellar cleansers lately. I must say that the technology has come far from the very first Micellar cleansers I first tried a few years ago. Now they do a really good job of removing makeup, dirt, grime and anything on the skin. Skin is left fresh, extremely clean and soft.
I had the fortune of trying out the Simple cleansing Micellar Water. This cleanser is an Allure Best of Beauty Award Winner. As I mentioned above, this is similar to other Micellar cleansers I've tried. It does an excellent job of removing makeup, dirt, grime and anything on the skin. What is special about this cleanser is that it was formulated for sensitive skins. It also hydrates the skin, so skin is left feeling very soft and supple.
The cleanser is easy to use. Squirt some on a cotton pad, apply to face/eyes and keep removing makeup until there is nothing left. It does a really good job of removing eye makeup. What is nice is that it removes eye makeup and facial makeup equally well. If you have sensitive skin this would be a good cleanser for you to use if you want to try a Micellar cleanser. It does not have irritating ingredients.
Simple cleansing Micellar Water retails for around $6.99.
Simple Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes are another way to remove makeup that also have the Micellar cleansing solution in them. Using the makeup removing wipes is an alternative way to remove makeup that is just as good as using a liquid cleanser. The advantage with the remover wipes is that these are profusely infused with Micellar cleansing solution, they are larger and can cleanse the entire face as opposed to cotton pads and are also great for travel. I love how well these remove my makeup. They leave my skin feeling clean and fresh without feeling dry at all.
A packet of Makeup Remover Wipes contains 25 wipes. These wipes are good for sensitive skin, as they do not contain any irritating ingredients. They will cleanse skin easily, getting rid of all makeup with one wipe.
I don't have a preference for the Micellar liquid cleanser or the wipes. They both do an excellent job cleansing the skin. It all depends on personal preference. At home I think I would use the liquid more often and save the remover wipes for travel. That is just my preference though. My daughter prefers the wipes.
Simple Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes retail for around $7.99
These products are available at mass market retailers such as Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Wal-Mart, Target and CVS. They are available online at www.drugstore.com, www.ulta.com, www.amazon.com and www.target.com.
Until Next Time~
I Am THE Makeup Junkie
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