January 10, 2017

Garnier Moisture Bomb, Micellar Wipes, and More Spring 2017 Skincare

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Garnier Micellar Makeup Removing Towelettes, Garnier Moisture Bomb Moisturizer, and many other new Garnier Spring 2017 skincare offerings are hitting the drugstore at the moment.

Here’s a look at what’s on the slab for Spring 2017 from Garnier.

Garnier Micellar Makeup Removing Towelettes $6.99
Like Simple did, Garnier is harvesting their Micellar Water and popping into a new easy to use and travel friendly cleansing wipe. Each wipe comes saturated with Garnier’s micellar water to lift dirt, oil, and makeup away from you skin easily.

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water All-in-1 Mattifying $8.99
A micellar water created with oily, sensitive skin users in mind that removes makeup and dirt while keeping skin matte and shine free.

Garnier Clearly Brighter Argan Nut Gentle Exfoliating Cleanser $7.99
This non-drying formula used Argan Nut shells as well as Antioxidant Vitamin C and Multi-Fruit Acid to help deep cleanse, exfoliate, and brighten your complexion.

Garnier The Gentle Sulfate-Free Cleanser $11.99
A glycerin rich cleansing lotion that leaves skin clean without over drying.

Garnier Moisture Bomb The Antioxidant Super Moisturizer $16.99
A lightweight water gel that contains Hyaluronic Acid, Goji Berry, Vitamins C & E, and Pomegranate to hydrate and help skin retain moisture.

Garnier Moisture Bomb The Antioxidant Super Moisturizer SPF 30 $16.99
A water-light lotion with Hyaluronic Acid, Goji Berry, Vitamins C & E, and Pomegranate that hydrates, helps skin retain moisture as well as protects with an SPF 30.

Garnier Spring 2017 Skincare is launching now at drugstores and some is available at target.com, ulta.com, and amazon.com.

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  • Sarah

    There are so many cool drugstore finds for spring. My Amex is already screaming with the new finds at Ulta and Sephora. I went to the evil empire to get Tide on Sunday night and I saw the sulfate free cleanser. I didn’t pick it up because it reminded me of Cetaphil. I just can’t get into those cleansers. I will be on the lookout for the other products in this line. Thanks, for the heads up.

    • Isabella Muse

      my pleasure! For sure! Every time I pass a walgreens I’m compelled to go and see what’s new 😀

  • kimkats

    Hmmm.. the cleanser might be quite nice! And I like the look of the scrub too – Wish the SPF moisturizer was a physical one rather than avobenzene… which my skin hates. But I do like the look of a couple of these things – you gonna try some of them Muse? 🙂 (and will there be reviews?)

    • Isabella Muse

      I was thinking about the moisture boost but it contains alcohol booooo! hisssss! I love their gel moisturizers just wush they’d leave the alcohol out!

      • Sarah Hubler

        The Belif Aqua Bomb that I adore also has alcohol denat fairly high up the list. I’ve been ingredient checking gel facial products and ALL of them have some form of alcohol in them. Tatcha, Clinique, Shisheido, Belif, Amore Pacific…lots of high end brands make gel formulas with alcohol in the first few ingredients. Hell, even Paula’s Choice who hates alcohol includes it in her gel products.

        Either alcohol denat., propanediol, or butylene glycol – all different forms of alcohol.

        A this point, I’m just guessing that to make a gel formula, you need some sort of alcohol to make it work.

  • kimkats

    Wha??? Who the yell puts alcohol in a *moisturizer*?? I have seen it on ingredient lists way down the list (it’s often used to incorporate ingredients that aren’t very water soluble) but this high on the list? (it’s the 6th ingredient) Idjuts!!!

    So much for that – c’mon, Garnier – get your poop in a group and ditch the alcohol!!

  • Jane

    I will definitely investigate the cleanser! And I will avoid both moisture bombs – alcohol, fairly high up the list. Why, Garnier?

  • Carol G

    Is Garnier ripping off belif? Moisture bomb = aqua bomb. Interesting. I like the one with the SPF in it but $16.99? Yowza! Is Garnier worth that much?

  • Stephanie C.

    I am ALL about that argan nut cleanser. My skin is crying for hydation this winter, lol!

  • Sarah

    Did Garnier discontinue the lotion eye makeup remover? That stuff was FABULOUS but I haven’t been able to find it in awhile! I came in a blue and white tube.

    • Isabella Muse

      I remember a facial lotion cleanse in a blue and white tube but not an eye makeup remover!

      • Sarah

        I did some more research after leaving my comment… It was originally marketed as an eye makeup remover, but it looks like they’ve repackaged it as an all over remover! It still says it’ll remove waterproof mascara so I’m sure it’s the same thing. Tricky tricky, Garnier! I’m going to pick some up if I can find it. I like it a lot better than the dual phase kinds.

        • Isabella Muse

          I don’t remember it being for eye makeup otherwise I’d have been on top of it. I somehow missed that!

  • Bonnie

    I just purchased the Moisture Bomb moisturizer. I have oily/acne prone skin (although now with some dryness/ beginnings of wrinkles–hooray for 40! 🙂 generally and it looks like it has a lot of the ingredients I need in a moisturizer and doesn’t have a lot of the ones that clog my pores and break me out. A lot of Garnier, Boots No. 7, etc., moisturizers and serums were buy one, get one free at Walgreens today, but since I don’t know if it will work for me, I just bought one. 🙂

    • Bonnie

      Booo, muse…I’ve used this twice now and my face turns red and burns a bit each time…I’m guessing that’s not what I need out of a moisturizer. 🙁 Right?

      • Isabella Muse

        absolutely not stop using it Bonnie! It could be you’re dry/sensitive and the alcohol is causing the burning! Stop using it! And if you’re still red try a little vaseline!

        • Bonnie

          Thank you, Muse! By the way, I returned it to my local Walgreens, to add to your discussion from the other day. I wouldn’t say they were super-nice about it, but I had my receipt, told them I had just bought it two days before and that I had a reaction. They refunded me in full!

          • Isabella Muse

            no thanks needed 😀 Yay glad to hear it!!!!!!!!