These new micellar waters from La Roche-Posay offer premium ingredients that instantly swipe all makeup and impurities off your face in a gentle way.
If you haven’t tried a makeup remover with Micellar Water, you’re missing out!
Why? It’s a more gentle way to remove makeup, dirt and impurities from your skin without having to rub or scrub. Also, the magic of Micellar Water is that you don’t need water. Yep, you heard that right. All you need are cotton pads for wiping. They’re also free from from fragrance, alcohol, and other abrasive chemicals that can wreak havoc on your skin and strip away its natural oils.
What is Micellar Water? It’s a formula comprised of cleansing oil molecules called “micelles” that are attracted to dirt and oil. Essentially, they act like a magnet to lift away dirt, oil and makeup without harsh rubbing, leaving skin perfectly clean, hydrated and refreshed.
La Roche-Posay has taken things even further by offering three types of Micellar Water to their prestigious sensitive skin care lineup that includes one for normal, oily and dry/reactive skin. In order to ensure makeup and dirt removal is ultra gently they’ve added a higher amount of glycerin to the formula to ensure the Miceller Water glides perfectly on the skin and is ultra hydrating. That’s key.
Here are the three newest Miceller Waters from La Roche-Posay you need to try.
Micellar Water Ultra – Dry to Reactive Skin
-Enriched with a high level of glycerin (5%) to leave skin feeling hydrated and smooth.
-Reduces redness caused by cleansing (found in 81% of women who tested it).
Micellar Water Ultra – Oily Skin
-Enhanced with purifying Zinc
-Purifies and mattifies skin
-89% of women felt their skin was moisturized and purified
Micellar Water Ultra – Normal to Sensitive Skin
-Gentle formula that doesn’t strip the skin of moisture
-Leaves skin cleansed and refreshed.
-93% of women who tested it found their skin to feel soft and properly cleansed.
How to use them:
Apply Micellar Water to a cotton pad and gently wipe face, eyes, and lips. Repeat until cotton pad looks clean and no need to rinse. Use as a cleanser, makeup, remover, or a toner
—by Toni-Marie Ippolito