So here's a face of the day for y'all ft. more fake freckles and lots of black, I thought what a perfect look to put this new Simple Cleansing Micellar Water to the test. First off, let me start with how excited I am that there's FINALLY a drugstore Micellar Water becoming available to the U.S. and under $10 at that. I was sad when Garnier and L'Oréal released some a while back, but not to the U.S. Hopefully those will be making their way here soon.
On to the product, this stuff claims to cleanse, remove makeup, and hydrate the skin, all while being suitable for all skin types, even sensitive. It claims to contain skin loving ingredients and leave your skin feeling clean and hydrated. To use, apply to cotton pad, wipe all around face including around closed eyes, avoid rubbing. No rinse necessary.
This stuff took my entire makeup look off, easily. It will not remove your waterproof mascara which most micellar waters do not claim to do. I would definitely say my skin is sensitive and I get red and irritated when I don't like a product, this stuff did not burn, it's scentless, and I didn't have to tug. As it claims, it leaves your skin feeling hydrated and clean but I still wouldn't skip a moisturizer, I think the no rinse claim is fine too, I didn't feel tacky and you can totally get away with not rinsing. All in all, I think this product definitely lives up to its claims and a lot of money will be going into repurchasing this over and over. This product is definitely going to be handy for camping, lazy days, and travel. Go get this now!
Face: L'Oréal True Match Super Blendable Makeup, NYX HD Photogenic Concealer in Yellow, Rimmel Stay Matte Powder in Sandstorm, Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer. Eyes/Brows: Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade in Ebony, MAC Painterly Paintpot, Lorac Pro 2 Palette (Lt. Brown, Black, Silver), Essence Waterproof Gel Eye Pencil in Black Blaze, Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara. Lips: Essence Waterproof Gel Eye Pencil in Black Blaze, NYX Macaron Lippie in Chambord.