hi everyone, Have you watch this advertisement before? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6h_Llcsny0 I guess this advertisement is not new to you coz it has caught my attention many times. So have you wonder how real this is? can it really remove my waterproof makeup? As we all know advertisements might have gimmicks or can be exaggerating to a certain extent. Micellar waters are the next big thing in skincare. These make-up removers feel like a lightweight toner, but they contain microscopic oil spheres that strip waterproof eyeliners and heavy foundation gently. Biore Micellar Cleansing Water, a watery Micellar Technology that contains Natural Mineral Water from Northern Japanese Alps, Anti-Bacterial Formula and Enriched Collagen & White Tea extract and is forgiving on even the most blemish-prone sensitive skin. So let me try this Biore Micellar Cleansing Water and do the verification. On the packaging it says, alcohol free, fragrance free, oil free, colorant free, allergy and opthalmologist tested and non-comedogenic (does not clog pores) ‘Before’ photos of myself my face is with eye makeup and mascara. During the removal :
usually i will hold for 3 seconds before removing it. and ta daaa….
‘After’ photos upon using Biore Micellar Cleansing Water and the results. Pardon me for the no makeup face. 🙂 This picture you can quite clearly all the makeup is removed.
The usage directions: Pretty easy to use, just need to wipe off.
My Review after using : it is easy to use. i am quite surprised that it can remove waterproof mascara. i am using the Maybelline volume express- the rocket volume as my mascara.i find it pretty good for a water-based makeup removal yet can achieve what a oil-based makeup remover can do. overall, easy to use , just pump it out. Also, it is so refreshing. 🙂 Biore’s Micellar Cleansing water is reasonably priced at $18.90 YES, i will buy again! the price is reasonable 🙂 for a 300ml and i guess it can last me for maybe about 3months or even longer. Valuable for money, Thumbs up!!!
Where To Buy: In all pharmacies, hypermarkets and supermarkets, and major departmental stores.
Signing off here, xoxo, Ginevi