Sometimes, I’m so baffled by science, that when something really simple, like this Good Things Acai Berry Micellar Water, it’s positivly a relief. It’s not claiming to change your life, just to clean your skin with some lovely ingredients and no nasties. All good things, basically.
I adore Micellar waters – this one is aimed at a younger consumer than me, but nonetheless it gave a great cleanse with a soft feeling and little bit of a smell of blueberries! It’s not aimed at my age group because it’s go no real anti-ageing slant but that’s not to say that it can’t be used by older women. Of course it can! It’s just not hyped up to change the world.
Ingredient wise, oatmeal has natural and gentle exfoliating action, acai berry supports skin structure (bit woolly, that) and is rich in fatty acids, mango helps keep skin clear, blueberries have natural antiodoxidant action and sweet almond oil ensures that your skin isn’t left dry after using. When I look at the ingredient list, the fruit element isn’t last – it’s drifting in respectable quantity somewhere in the middle of the listing.
Unlike other cleansers, you don’t wash off a Micellar, so the chances of ingredients have some effect on the skin are higher – so why not make them fruity and uncomplicated. I love this stuff! If you’ve got skin troubled teens, do have a look at the entire Good Things range HERE – totally appropriate for young skin, and younger skin issues.
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Good Things Acai Berry Micellar Water is properly a snip at £4.49 and launches any day now at Boots.com.
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