[unpaid/sample/ad/affiliate] I wondered, when I received this last week, whether it was just an expensive version of Garnier Milky Cleansing Water (£3.50) which I’ve used regularly so could do a good comparison. Let me tell you, they are worlds apart, despite the actual water looking exactly the same.
I’m a fan of micellars and have been using them for years with my current favourite being the Mega Mushroom version from Origins (like to think I was an early adopter because I was one of those smug beauty geeks that brought Bioderma home from France at any opportunity before it was even a thing here – luckily Mr BBB worked in Paris at the time so it was easy).
This blend is very gentle – very skin softening and does a great job at cleansing although I wouldn’t tackle waterproof mascara with it. It’s loaded with fatty acids (in as much as a water can be) and plant oils such as marula, baobab, wild melon seed and passionfruit. Although the carrying water itself has a few similarities to any other micellar (such as propanediol which is perfectly safe) it’s the other ingredients that mark it out as superior. It’s £24 which is quite a tall order for a micellar but I love it and recommend. We’ve got some hot weather coming up so I suggest popping it in the fridge for a sweat-beating wipe over that won’t strip or dry and will soothe and refresh. It’s HERE, non affiliate HERE.
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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