Thursday, 16 October 2014

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water

Today's post is on Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water which I've been using for the past two months.  Lets put this out there straight away, if you're a beauty junkie like me then you will have already heard of Bioderma which I have also tried. 

For those of you who are unfamiliar with micellar waters, they are something you use with cotton pads to remove your make up effectively but gently.


I do feel like relying on a micellar water to remove a full face of make up is a little much so I do just a make up wipe to remove the initial bulk of make up.

I like the ease of use using Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water and it literally leaves my skin not only feeling fresh and clean but also somehow hydrated. 

I will also use this cleansing water for when I've been in the shower in the morning but for whatever reason not applied my make up for a couple of hours as I like to freshen it up again.

The one point I would say is it's fairly easy to over soak your cotton pad due to the packaging so it would be fantastic if they redesigned the packaging to include a spray.

Comparing it to Bioderma I would say it's extremely similar.  I actually believe that the people that think Bioderma is better have been sucked into the hype of it because I really couldn't see a difference.  Considering the price comparison I highly recommend you try Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water for yourself.


  1. Ive seen this many times in stores here in Vasa and every time I see it I stop and look at it... I am SO tempted to buy it but I have a really awesome eye makeup remover from Yves Rocher that Im using and since Im not using any foundation etc I thought maybe I should not buy this and let it just sit in my cabinet. It sounds amazing though and I have always been very curious about Bioderma :D

  2. It is a really good cleansing water, and I have had mine for over 6 months and it is still going strong.


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