Bioderma micellar water is the only makeup remover I Stan, a review

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Not to look like the hipster from 2010, but I first liked Bioderma Sensibo H20 micellar water:

  1. I had to scour New York City drugstores to find a place that sold it in my day.
  2. I had to order it online directly from France.
  3. I had to make friends in Europe to send it to me which cost the product several times.
    1. It was a dark and blissful time.

      But here’s the why: I to hate remove my makeup. So much so that I have actively cultivated the character of the girl who goes all over her bare face, making it seem like it’s because I prefer the natural look (Which is a lie. See: my work. See also: Ma crazy makeup collection) when really, I’m just trying to find a way to avoid washing my face at night.

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      Traditional products for lazy people like me have their drawbacks. Cleansing oils and cleansing balms are nothing but effective, but I need a double cleanse when I use them to wash off that film of grease that makes me pop. Makeup Wipes Want You thought they can double as a cleanser, but they absolutely can’t, no matter how gentle or unscented they are. If I see another influencer “cleaning” her skin by sanding her makeup with a wipe, I swear I’ll arrange a procedure. From 12:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.: “No, makeup wipes are not cleansers.” From 1:30 to 2:00: “Just wear SPF, for the love of God.”

      But I digress.

      Bioderma Micellar Water is the answer to my prayers. Not only cheap enough, it’s not greasy (the texture is like water) and yet dissolves even my most stubborn makeup. If I try a cat’s eye or a red lip, a small dot of this potion on a cotton swab can give me the sharp edges I’m looking for. My favorite form of transport from the bottle to my face is cotton rings. I absorb a round of it, place it over my eyes, and let it break down my mascara and eyeliner before moving on to the rest of my face. Note: I said place, not scrub– another element to add to my intervention.

      The best part, besides removing my makeup in seconds, is that I can really move on to my regular skincare routine after wiping all the makeup off my face. I’m going to do my round cotton routine until nothing is displayed on it. If I feel particularly obsessed with not leaving any makeup remover residue on my face, a simple spray of water can wash away whatever is left. Overall, it cuts my nighttime routine in half. If you ask me, that’s about the best thing that could happen to me.

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