USE IT or LOOSE It: La Roche-Posay Pysiological Micellar Water for Sensitive Skin review

USE IT or LOOSE It: La Roche-Posay Pysiological Micellar Water for Sensitive Skin review
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La Roche-Posay’s Micellar Water is a no-rinse cleanser that removes dirt, oil, makeup, and even microscopic pollution particles from your skin. Perfect make-up removal for the sensitive skin on the face, eyes and lips while respecting their skin physiological balance. High cleansing efficacy and cleansing surfactants selected for an optimal tolerance. No soap. No colorants. No alcohol. No parabens.

Skin Concern: basic care

Recommended Skin Type: normal, combination, dry, oily, sensitive, mature

Used For: basic cleansing

For Use On: Face

Product Form: Liquid

Product Warning: no warning applicable

Capacity: Total Volume: 100 ml

Health Facts: contains micellar water

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Ingredients: Aqua / Water, Hexylene Glycol, Poloxamer 184, Glycerin, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Disodium Edta, Citric Acid, Dihydrocholeth-30, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Diglycolate, Sodium Glycolate, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, Parfum / Fragrance.

Price: 100 ml US$ 7.99; 200 ml US$14.00; US$ 19.99; 750 ml US$24.00

How to use? apply to the face, eyes and lips using a cotton pad. No rinsing. but I will suggest to wash your face afterwards.

Where I buy? Watson Singapore.

Possibilities of acne/allergic or any trouble for the ingredients? None

What cotton shape does you use to do the testing? Is it beauty cotton or general usage cotton?

All cotton is square shaped and it’s used for general usage. It’s not a beauty cotton

How many cotton that it need to use for the testing? till it wiped clean? 7-8 cotton back and front. I wash my face after using this. it doesn’t feel it clean my face. Last cotton is being marked on the image slider – it’s ‘almost’ clean. This micellar water took quite much of cotton but, the cotton that I use is not beauty cotton and that probably trigger the lots of cotton usage for this test.


PRODUCT OUTLOOK

The bottle is made with plastic.

Product Size: 235  x  181  x  61


VERDICT

Rating: 3 out of 5

I personally think buying this product is waste of money, unless you use makeup so often. This micellar water is not clean my high coverage foundation or even my eye makeup thoroughly. I still wonder how people going to sleep after cleansing their face using wet tissue or micellar water. I personally feel the need to still stick in traditional ways of using facial wash after micellar water or makeup removers. I got too tired wiping off my makeup and using lot’s of cotton during the test and too compared it using cleansing my face using facial wash, its so simple.

Will I recommend the product?  No

Will I repurchased the product?  No


COMMUNITY REVIEW

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