I could really just make this the shortest review ever by saying, yes, it’s lovely, because it really is! I love a micellar cleanser for those days when I just can’t be bothered to do a proper cleanse and often use the regular Garnier micellar or Bioderma so this feels like a good find because it’s even better. There’s no fragrance, it took off all my make up, including mascara (although I’m not sure how much was actually there by the end of the day) and felt skin softening.
It’s possibly just co-incidence that this is released just as Collosol Eau de Lait arrives in the UK (post on this product is HERE). They look very similar but of the two, I’d take Garnier because it feels more gentle and is suitable for dry or sensitive skins. My complexion didn’t feel stripped in any way – just clean and soft – but I’m finding it hard to discover what it is that makes this product milky? There’s plenty of info on the product but nothing that differentiates between the regular, clear micellar and this one. The furthest the brand goes is to say ‘….efficacy and freshness of micellar cleansing water with a milky texture…’. But doesn’t then say what causes the milkiness or even how it differs from their other micellar offerings apart from that it’s suitable for sensitive and dry skin types.
Anyway, it’s not expensive at £3.99 for 400ml – if you like micellar cleansers, I’d really recommend. You can pick it up at Boots or Superdrug.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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