Something You Should Know About: Cleansing Water

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[title subtitle="Seriously though, what's the hype?"]What's the Deal[/title]

Cleansing water has been a recent addition to my skincare routine. Because I'm all for products that clean my face both thoroughly and efficiently, especially when I'm exhausted and dying to go to bed, this product has been godsend.

The best part? There's no rinsing required when using it! You simply poor some of the water onto a cotton pad, swish and swipe it around your face, and you're pretty much good to go! The cleansing or micellar water loosens up dirt, grime, and makeup, all while cleansing and hydrating your skin.

Um, but wait, what is it?

Cleansing water is neither a toner nor a traditional face wash. The solution is chalk full of microscopic micelles (tiny molecular balls that eat up dirt and oils) that serve as the water's cleansing property.

While I prefer it to makeup wipes, I find that that cleansing water is best used after washing my face. It serves a two-in-one toner that also acts as a last precaution to make sure I've removed all of my day's makeup.

 

[title subtitle=""]My Two Favorites[/title]

Simple Micellar Cleansing Water

If you're looking for a drugstore option, start with the Simple one! See what I did there? This one is gentle, contains vitamins, and does not leave a residue. I recommend this for anyone who wants to test it out because it's easily-accessible (bought mine at CVS) and affordable!

Caudalie Micellar Cleansing Water

I discovered the Caudalie cleansing water when I received it as a deluxe sample from Sephora. It smells super nice and fresh with its fruity and refreshing ingredients  like grape water, watermelon, mint leaves, etc. I especially love this cleansing water because it gets rid of all my makeup well... even the hefty mascara!

Let me know if you have a favorite cleansing water! These are my tried-and-trues and I would love to check out more.

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