Sunday, July 24, 2016

My Current Favorite Makeup Remover: Bioderma Micellar Water

I was previously using the Bifesta sebum cleansing lotion, a Japanese brand which I have learned in the posts of beauty bloggers I follow. I liked this cleansing and makeup removing product as this really removes stubborn makeup, even the waterproof mascara on my eyelashes. As seen below, I have emptied my bottle :) 

However, it is not so friendly with my eyes. I feel a slight stinging whenever I use this. My sister also uses whatever skincare products I use and Bifesta cleansing lotion irritates her face.

I still used this until I emptied the bottle but swore to research for a product that won't sting my eyes and is for sensitive skin.

Bioderma Crealiné H2O

So I was introduced to Bioderma Crealiné H2O, which a lot of people with sensitive skin raves about.

Bioderma Crealine H2O

Ingredients in French (?!)

According to Bioderma's website, this product is a cleansing and make-up removing water that respects the fragility of sensitive skin.

This is included in the products that I requested for my sister to buy in Paris. 2 lots/bundle (5ooml) costs 17.99 or around PHP500 each.

This is the picture she took while
pharmacy-hopping in Paris! LOL! all my fault!
I have been using this product every night for 3 months now and I can say that it's worth raving about! I don't feel any stinging on my eyes and it doesn't irritate mine nor my sister's skin. Its cleansing power is impressive as well! For waterproof mascara, you just need to let the cotton pad with Bioderma sit on your eyelashes (of course you need to close your eyes while doing this :p) for about 5 seconds and the mascara on my lashes can now be easily removed! Though I still prefer to use my Banila Co Clean It Zero makeup remover on waterproof mascaras.

I use my favorite Cuddles round facial cotton pad to clean my face with Bioderma. It is sturdier than a regular cotton ball or a cotton square.

OMG I'm out of it! Need to buy a new one!

My sister just bought two bottles of this, and yes I'm panicking! I am considering transferring my Bioderma to a spray bottle since its original flask dispenses too much. What do you think?

You can also avail Bioderma Micellar Water at Watson's (Saw it at SM Aura branch around Php1,300+). Though I am uncertain if this is available in all branches. They also sell other french skincare products there.

Have you tried Bioderma Micellar Water? I would love to know your thoughts about it by commenting on the box below!

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