Simple Cleansing Micellar Water ($7.99) is a new cleansing water that’s launching at drugstores now for Spring 2015. What is micellar water? You might want to check out my article to get you up to date on this skincare trend before reading this review to catch up!
Now people are quite excited about Simple Cleansing Micellar Water for a few reasons one of which is the fact it’s inexpensive and easily to get your hands on at the local drugstore. And secondly, Simple Skincare is notorious for keeping things, well, simple! Their formulas are very gentle and ideal for sensitive skin types so it is exciting to get your hands on a simply formulated cleansing water sans any harsh ingredients like fragrance!
Let’s take a look at Simple Cleansing Micellar Water.
I start off my review of Cerave Hydrating Cleanser by saying how much I dislike lotion style makeup removers. I’m not much into cold creams, lotions, or creams of any kind to remove makeup. I do prefer cleansing oils or some sort of foaming cleanser and in some cases I even use both for a double cleanse (oil first, followed up by a lathering cleanser).
The exception to my rule?
Cerave Hydrating Cleanser for Normal to Dry Skin!
Biore Pore Penetrating Charcoal Bar is a new follow up product to last year’s Biore Pore Penetrating Charcoal Cleanser (which I really liked). I’m a big fan of charcoal type products! I love Lush Dark Angels, adore Coal Face, and I think that MAC Volcanic Ask Mask is the bees knees.
Last year, I actually really enjoyed Biore’s Charcoal Cleanser too but many people weren’t so keen….! If you experienced problems with it I likely wouldn’t recommend a purchase of the Biore Pore Penetrating Charcoal Bar as it has some of the same ingredients including peppermint which isn’t exactly kindly to your face (and really an unnecessary ingredient anyway!).
Biore Moisture Cleansing Liquid is a new cleanser that launched in Japan recently which is quite like the old Aqua Jelly Makeup Remover. This is marketed for aging and drier skin (hey, that’s me!)!
Take a look!
Banila Co Clean It Zero is a nice like switch up from cleansing oil! This is a balm makeup remover that breaks down into this beautiful texture as it whisks away dirt, oil, and makeup.
Take a look!