Maybelline Micellar Water is one of the new items in my vanity kit . I got so intrigued with all the “raves” of my friends so I tried it out for myself to know if the claims are true and if its really worth the price. Read on for my unbiased review.
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Maybelline Micellar Water
Based on the packaging, it says that it removes all makeup and UV products, trapped dirt and dust, refine pores, hydrates, freshens like a toner, no need to rinse and suitable for sensitive skin.
It’s also alcohol, fragrance and oil free.
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About Micellar Water
The micellar water has makeup absorbin micelles that act like genuine micro-captors to absorb dirt and makeup residues.
How To Use the Maybelline Micellar Water
Soak a cotton pad and apply on whole face. No need to rub.
Maybelline Micellar Water Price, Packaging and Content
It is a 200 ml/6.76 fl. oz in a plastic bottle for Php 199.00.
This is also available in Watsons and other Maybelline counters nationwide.
Maybelline Micellar Water Ingredients List
Aqua, Hexlene Glycol, Glycerin BHT, Disodium Cocoamphiodiacetate, Disodium EDTA, Poloxamer 184, Polyaminoprophyl and Biguanide F.I.L
Maybelline Micellar Water Active Ingredients
- Aqua – water, h20
- Hexlene Glycol – exhibits both surfactant and emulsion-stabilizing properties
- Glycerin BHT – contains antioxidant properties
- Disodium EDTA/ Disodium Cocoamphiodiacetate – clean the skin by helping water to mix with oil and dirt so that these substances can be rinsed away. (from Cosmetic.Org)
What I Like…
This product is something that I would prefer over to makeup wipes (which in my experience never works!).
It does its job of removing the makeup especially the waterproof mascara and heavy coverage foundation (which I use for events or date nights, yah know).
I also like that it’s 200 ml for 199.00 pesos, its affordable and easily available.
This is a go to make up remover, if you’re stuck somewhere with no water this should help you out.
But what I Didn’t Like…
You need a TON of cotton pads or cotton balls to remove all your makeup. I used around 6-7 cotton pads maybe depends on how thick your makeup is.
My skin (combination-acne prone) feels dry after using it. In the packaging they said “no need to rub” but hey, if you’re too tired at night you won’t think of that! Ha!
Maybelline Micellar Water does its job of removing makeup and it’s affordable. I’ll keep it near my desk so when lazy nights come I have something handy.
Have you tried this? Let me know!