Beauty Review – L’Oreal Micellar Water

My blog is predominantly about baking however I do love to experiment with make up and beauty products. Saying that, I’m definitely on a budget and love to find products that do their job without costing the earth!

As a reader of beauty blogs, I know that Micellar water has been all the rage for a while now and is certainly not new to the market. The Bioderma Creoline H20 allegedly sells a bottle every 6 seconds, but at around £20 a bottle it’s a little too pricey for me for a make up remover.

My latest find is the L’Oreal Paris Skin Perfection 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution. A bit of a mouthful eh?!

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Micellar water essentially works because the molecules in it attach themselves to the oil in our skin and remove it to leave it clean and fresh. The formula means that it’s mild enough to be used on even sensitive skin and yet is strong enough to remove your make up.

The L’Oreal Micellar claims to dissolve make up, unclog pores, remove impurities and tone and smooth skin.

This is the first Micellar water I have tried, and I have to say, I was really impressed with it. It removed my make up, even my mascara, very effectively, and left my skin feeling really fresh and revitalised! You don’t need to use very much and one or two swipes across the area you are cleansing will do the job. No tugging at the skin and adding to my ever increasing wrinkles! I will be including this in my skincare routine for sure. I think it’s a perfect product for those days where you are feeling a little hungover or tired because it’s caring on your skin and perks you up!

At the moment it’s a complete bargain as it’s got 1/3 off at Boots and is only £3.33 for 200ml! How could you say no to that?!

Check it out here at Boots:

http://www.boots.com/en/LOreal-Paris-Skin-Perfection-3-in-1-Purifying-Micellar-Solution-200ml_1299734/

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