As you’d probably expect, this Dior Instant Cleansing Water, £23.50 (although the link I have given below, Escentual.com, has it for £19.95), is pretty delicious. There is definitely a luxury feel to it, and those used to using Micellars will certainly be able to tell the difference. When it comes to Micellars, the very fact that you can tell the difference in texture of what is basically water is pretty incredible, but all Micellars are not made equal. Trying to describe how it feels is tricky; it’s just softer in consistency than others and doesn’t leave a trace of dryness. It does tackle all make up but you need to be more thorough around the eye area.
With so many Micellars making their way onto the market, it’s basically down to consumer choice and brand favouring; I’ve mentioned B. before as a lovely cleansing water (coming soon), and also BioDerma which I hear is going into Boots in the not-too-distant future and is the benchmark Micellar for all others to match. Find it HERE
The Dior Micellar is boosted with Lily Extract; I’m very much enjoying using it as a luxury-end basic make up remover product.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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