Hello Everyone! It’s day no 11 of Joik Advent Calendar 2017
Today’s JOIK offering is a 50ml Micellar water. I will be traveling soon so a mini size of a make up remover will come really handy. I haven’t found my perfect way to remove make up. I use GLOV (I think is the most Eco-friendly make up remover), I don’t mind using oils, micellar waters or any other type of make up remover as long as it does not irritate my sensitive eyes. so lets get on with this review 🙂
Day 11 – Micellar water
This product came in a decent size. 50ml will definitely last me for my 10day trip 🙂 I like the smell, mostly because it is barely there. I only use micellar water to remove my eye make up as I weare creams with high SPF and you really need a good oil based cleanser to get that off your face 😉
My everyday make up consists of just a little bit of eye shadow, natural regular mascara and brow shaping products. I think just about any make up remover would work on me. I like this one because it does not sting my eyes, which happens quite often with other make up removers.
i know a lot of people would just use a little bit of micellar water to remove make up and put on an eye cream straight after. I always make sure, that whatever I use to remove my make up I will rinse it off, as the cleansing ingredients are not really meant to stay on your face.
Micellar water – Producer Description
A gentle micellar water with cornflower water and aloe juice cleanses, removes make-up and hydrates and tones the skin. • cornflower water – relieves skin, reduces redness and irritations • aloe juice – anti-inflammatory, soothes and calms skin • trehalose – a natural plant sugar, binds moisture and helps to maintain skin´s moisture level • Sodium PCA – a natural conditioning agent, helps to maintain the optimum level of skin moisture.
Micellar water – Useage
Apply on a cotton pad and gently wipe over face and eyes to remove make-up and impurities. Suitable for all skintypes. No need to rinse off.
Micellar water – Ingredients
aqua, centaurea cyanus flower water, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, glycerin, trehalose, sodium anisate, sodium levulinate, sodium PCA, caprylyl/capryl glucoside, sodium cocoyl glutamate, polyglyceryl-5 oleate, glyceryl caprylate, citric acid, benzyl alcohol, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, sodium phytate
Micellar water – Summary
Do I like Joik Micellar Water … Yes
Do I think it is a great value for money … No
Will I purchase a full size … No, purely because I think it is too expensive for what it is. to be honest when i went onto LL website to check the price i was a little but surprised with the price. It costs £14.50 per 100ml bottle. I think i could easily use a full bottle in amonth
I already found my favourite. It costs roughly £5.00 per 200ml bottle and works great and smells amazing like a mix of grapes and lavender
Hope you enjoyed my little review. Have a nice day or evening, … depending on the time you are reading it xx