Melvita does roses really, really well, although I am still suspicious, because of the sheer amount of rose products on the market at the moment that roses were on a 2 for 1 last year. However, even though I’m a little bit over roses because I have seen just too many, I will take a Melvita Micellar any day of the week, and the Eau Fraiche Micellar Water is no exception.
The Micellar is like a perfect, fresh rose water but with cleansing powers. It’s lightly oily thanks to the micelles, so a sweep with a cotton pad is just a pleasure and it left my skin feeling beautifully soft. I usually switch to micellars for cleansing during the summer months but this year, because I’m all over the double cleanse and love doing it, it’s not quite so cut and dried and to be honest (please don’t say this is just me) the kind of cleanse I do is dictated by whether I’m doing it in front of the TV, in which case, micellar and occasionally a wipe (don’t judge) or upstairs in the bathroom where all the cleansing weapons are out in force! Melvita Eau Fraiche Micellar is just delightful – if you love a rose scent and a gentle micelle laden cleanse, I feel completely confident you will have no complaints about this. It’s £15 very nicely spent if you like to lighten up your cleanse and surround your senses with gentle rose. You can find it HERE.
Oh, and there’s also a new ‘fresh’ eye cream (can’t quite get excited about eye creams) and the Nectar de Roses Infusion – a light, hydrating day cream that I haven’t yet put to the test.
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