Some cleaning agents wash away from your cosmetics but they are crazy-unpleasant on your skin. Some are gentler…but keep residue in the day behind. And after that, there is the sacred grail: micellar water.
The water-based facial cleanser was designed by Jean-Noel Thorel, french founding father of the skin care range Bioderma. Leading to dry, dull complexions, micellar water was created to cleanse and hydrate because the naturally hard tap water was too harsh on skin.
“Tough faucet water is charged with a higher amount of dissolved vitamins,” claims Julie Russak, MD, of Russak Dermatology Medical center in New york city. “These can affect the protecting barrier of our skin and in many cases deteriorate it, creating skin susceptible and prone to environmental damage and pollution.”
Who can use purifying water?
These days, micellar water is easily accessible and is regarded a hero product or service due to the fact it’s ideal for all skin types, (even people that have hypersensitive complexions endorse it). Which is a total game-changer, it’s also ideal for packing when you’re on-the-go because you can use it to remove makeup and wash your face without having to rinse it off.
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