What is Micellar Water
Did you know that Miceller water first originated in France due to their “hard water”? Well it’s true! But, regardless of your tap water mineral content, you should still consider the wonders this product has to offer. So, take your skin care routine to the next level with the multi-purpose skincare product! I’m sure you’ve already heard Micellar water, but understanding how a product works on your skin may help you find the perfect formula for your skin type. Well luckily for you micellar water works on ALL skin types! Micelle means cross section, so when water and surfactants step into reaction, little micelles form that aid in cleaning your pores. By attracting dirt and oil, they are able to purify your skin without drying it out – seriously, it sounds too good to be true.
Our all-in-one cleansing water, formulated with Micellar Technology, gently but effectively removes dirt, waterproof makeup, and impurities. Gentle yet powerful, the skin will feel cleansed and refreshed with just a single swipe, so there is no need for harsh rubbing or rinsing. Our cruelty-free formula (free from alcohols, sulfates, parabens, and fragrance) contains vitamin C and which is designed to make the skin feel light, silky, hydrated, and refreshed. We offer 4 types: original, coconut, cucumber, and rose.
I Have Sensitive Skin, Can I Still Use Micellar Water?
Worried about micellar water being harsh on your sensitive skin? Don’t worry! The beauty of this product is its low level of nonionic surfactant. No rinsing required, eye-friendly formula, and gentle on your skin, this easy to-go product is perfect to any busy woman.
Can I Substitute It For Makeup Remover or Toner?
Although many use it as alternatives, and I have to admit I do it too sometimes, but micellar water is much more than that. Think of it like a magnet. It will pick up almost the impurities on your skin’s surface. The secret is all in the structure of the micelles. Not only does it clean skin, buy you can also clean your lashes, eyebrow hairs, and eye-shadow.
Can I Clean My Makeup Brushes With It?
Of course you can, why not! If it can clean your skin’s impurities, it sure can substitute as a makeup brush cleaner. We recommend cleaning your brushes at least once a week, especially if you use them on a daily basis. The brush bristles soak up the foundation and concealer residue that doesn’t make it onto your skin, causing product build up which you will most likely use on your skin again and clog up those pores. No one wants clogged pores, so let’s clean those brushes! In the link below you can find great micellar water hacks as well as how to clean your makeup brushes most effectively with Susan Yara.
Check out this makeup brush cleaning video using micellar water:
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