{Review} Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water

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I thought I’d take time to review the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water, since cleansing waters has become very popular in the beauty industry.

The Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water is designed for all skin types. It’s a super efficient and gentle way to cleanse, remove makeup and soothe your skin in one simple step.

Garnier Micellar Water contains micelles which act like magnets, by gently lifting away makeup and dirt from the skin, without rubbing or rinsing the face.

The formula is suitable for the face, eyes and lips. Its fragrance free and according to the brand you can get 200 uses out of a 400ml bottle.

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How to use it:

Add a generous amount to a cotton pad and wipe the face, eyes and lips. No rinsing required.

Garnier Micellar Oil-Infused Cleansing Water

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The oil-infused cleansing water contains Argania Spinosa Oil, which is meant to dissolve waterproof and stubborn makeup.

The Micellar Oil-Infused water is suitable for gentle to dry skin.

The original cleansing water is fragrance free but this one has a refreshing Argon oil scent.

 

Would I purchase this product again? Yes, I will because it does everything I need in terms of removing makeup on my face, eyes and lips.

Have you tried the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water? Please share your thoughts

 

 

You can purchase these products at any Clicks and Dischem stores retailing for:

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water: 400ml-R84.95

125ml-R32.95

Garnier Micellar Oil-Infused Cleansing Water: 400ml- R89.95

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