Now I love putting on make up, love it. But taking it off? Absolute nightmare - so anything that makes it easier is welcome. This combination makes removing my make up so much quicker and easier!
I actually had no intentions of picking this up when I did. I ran out of a eye make up remover and saw it in Tesco and now I'm addicted. I have very sensitive eyes - and skin for that matter so I'm always looking for something that won't irritate. The remover is enriched in cornflower extract so has a bit of a smell to it, but you get used to it. I promise. It just has this gorgeous formula that feels nice on the skin and just removes so easily. You just shake the bottle to activate then apply a bit on a cotton pad and voila it's gone! It says you don't need to rub but to remove waterproof make up you do a bit! However, it's yet to irritate my eyes so I'm going to keep on using it. It also doesn't leave that horrible residue that some removers do! If you want a new eye make up remover definitely look it up. It's also a nice size but bit of a pain being over 100ml not so travel friendly!
Ah micellar water. There's been so many released over 2015 so if you haven't found one you love or want to try something new I do recommend this one. This was another product I didn't intend to purchase but I ran out of Bioderma and needed something quickly so I picked this up after having such a good experience with the eye make up remover. It's from the same range as the eye make up remover so has the same 'caring' aspect to it. It has no funky smell - you just apply it to a cotton pad and remove. It does get off all my make up (apart from mascara) so definitely happy with it. No greasy residue and if you have dry skin too you'll like this as unlike some other micelllar waters I've tried it does not strip the skin at all! Leaves the skin soft and hydrated. I do skip cleansing when I'm feeling really lazy and just do this! It says you don't need a toner afterwards but I still use one!
Superdrug currently has a buy one get one free offer so if you want to try both now's your chance! Have you tried Nivea skin care? What do you think? If not what would you recommend?