August 10, 2017

Try It Cosmetics Miracle Water 3-in-1 Glow Tonic Now!

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The new It Cosmetics Miracle Water 3-in-1 Glow Tonic is a new micellar cleansing water that not only removes dirt, oil, and makeup without the need to rinse off but also contains a skin-brighting radiance booster to brighten skin as well as an anti-aging treatment essence that diffuses the look of lines and wrinkles while leaving skin clean and hydrated.

It sounds like It Cosmetics might have combined the elements of what we love about Pixi Glow Tonic into a bottle of micellar water. I actually love the idea of these as when you’re using micellar water you aren’t rinsing it off your skin therefore any good for you ingredients in the mix remain on your face after you’ve cleansed. It seems like a pretty fantastic idea! I’m looking forward to trying out.

It’s $38 for a 8.5 oz bottle and it’s available exclusively on the site. There are no details as of yet when it will launch at but you can actually try a sample size as well as a full-size of the new Confidence in Your Cleanser from for $25 (plus $3 Shipping). You’ll get a full-size cleanser plus a 1.7 oz size of the new It Cosmetics Miracle Water 3-in-1 Glow Tonic.

Pretty cool if you’ve been wanting to try both products out!


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  • kjh

    By the looks of the ingredients, this is def better as a leave on product. Not sure I would instantly have pegged that as a list for a micellar, there is so much skincare. It’s a very KB style list, which shows that Jamie K-L has been paying attention. Actually, I never leave on micellar. Then it’s on to first, second. If there’s enough m/u to need micellar, there’s enough for a double cleanse. Not sure how I feel about removing m/u, the spreading it around and leaving it there. Maybe it’s just counter-intuitive, and I don’t get it.

  • wendy

    I’m using Olay’s Brightening Micellar and it’s aweseome — $10 bucks for 8 ounces. PASS.
    (muse you see how cheap i’m getting lol)

  • Susan

    I got both the miracle water and the cleanser on QVC a couple of weeks ago (package deal) . The water is a leave on product (no rinse) . I was really disappointed with the cleanser because I purposely bought it for eye make up removal and it irritated my eyes. I was amazed at how well it took off ALL of my eye make up but I have very sensitive eyes and it just didn’t work for me. I will still use it for the rest of my face. You can still get the package deal with both included for around 25 dollars on qvc with auto delivery and easy pay if you are interested

  • Susan

    PS….the cleanser I am talking about that I used on my eyes was in the large tube, not the miracle water