12 Apr Micellar Water Tried & Tested!
Removing makeup is a very important part of any skincare routine, not only will you be preventing premature aging but your makeup will look even more flawless.
Recently Nivea released their perfect & radiant micellar water and I’ve decided to put it to the test against the loved Garnier micellar water which I have been using for months.
Micellar water claims to do a lot with little ingredients. It contains molecules, called micelles. Micelles are microscopic oil molecules that draw and trap dirt and makeup.
It claims to deep clean, remove makeup, tone and support the skins natural appearance.
Could this be exactly what our skin needs?
Garnier Micellar Water
This is what you call value for money and it does exactly what it claims it does. After using Garnier Micellar Water, you can feel that no harsh products has been used. It removes makeup seamlessly and leaves your skin feeling fresh. All Micellar waters are great for sensitive skin and it’s definitely wonderful that we can stay away from adding harsh oily products to your skin just before bed.
Nivea Perfect & Radiant Micellar Water
New product on the block! I absolutely love trying out new formulas and any product/brand that’s brave enough to compete against an existing loved product. This excites me as it can either be better, just as good or not great at all. But I am happy to say that the Nivea Micellar water has not disappointed at all. It cleans the face effectively and removes makeup effortlessly and what I also like about the Nivea Micellar Water is that it also tones your skin, which restores the natural ph level in the skin.
Micellar waters are great to cleanse and to remove basic makeups. But removing Liquid lipsticks and water proof mascaras are definitely a bit of a battle and if you are like me that likes things fast and easy, I would recommend an oil based makeup remover for tough products that can withstand anything. All in all to me Nivea Micellar Water is just as great as the Garnier Micellar Water and in the end it really just comes down to which brand you prefer and support.