December 5, 2016

Garnier All-in-1 Mattifying Micellar Cleansing Water for Spring 2017

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Garnier All-in-1 Mattifying Micellar Cleansing Water is on the loose for Spring 2017. This brings the number of formulas that Garnier offers in their Micellar Water up to 3! My personal fav for removing eye makeup is the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water All-in-1 Waterproof Makeup Remover & Cleanser Review. I hate on my face but love how well it removes eye makeup! L’Oreal Micellar Cleansing Waters recently released for Spring in waterproof and non-waterproof formulas but nothing will replace Garnier’s brilliant formula.

If you have oily skin, rejoice! There’s now a formula or you too!

Garnier All-in-1 Mattifying Micellar Cleansing Water removes makeup, dirt, and oil in one swipe but that’s not all! It also helps mattify skin, reduce shine, and curb oil! I’ve been using micellar cleansing water for a while and I can’t really say they make my skin greasy or oily. I also don’t believe I’ve ever seen a formula exclusively for oily skin types so, this is pretty unique. I think the idea of a formula that not only removes makeup but also reduces shine is pretty brilliant. I wonder if it’ll work. Has anyone tried it?

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Garnier All-in-1 Mattifying Micellar Cleansing Water is launching now at drugstores and should available soon online at Ulta.com.

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  • Maria

    This looks good. I hope it works. I guess you purchased this already. Looking forward for your great reviews as usual.

    • Isabella Muse

      I did not πŸ™ No review on this one because I’m dry as hell! πŸ™‚ Can’t really test it well with dry skin!

  • Rainey4Pres

    I tried it. I noticed about a 15 percent reduction in my face’s oil production overall throughout the day (every little bit helps right). And even though it’s not specifically for waterproof makeup, I found that with not much extra effort, it did remove my waterproof mascara pretty well. So Im pretty happy with it!

    • Jennifer

      Did you only use this at night so far? Or also in the morning?
      I’ve been meaning to pick up one of Garnier’s micellar waters and hearing this makes me want to get this new version!

  • Heidi

    Interesting. I thought Micellar waters were fine for oily skin, but I guess if you have it, this could be handy. I finally tried the waterproof eye makeup remover water and like that a lot for removing eye makeup. I still prefer a cleansing oil or balm for the rest of the face, though.

    • Isabella Muse

      they are. This just apparently has ingredients in it that mattify as well as cleanse πŸ™‚

  • Susan

    I just compared the ingredients on the oily skin bottle to my bottle of the normal version. Literally, the only difference in ingredients is the inclusion of alcohol in the oily skin version. Wow, that’s so lame! It’s not good for anyone’s skin. Boo, Garnier…boo.