Micellar water

July 3, 2017

We all love it, makeup artists love it! Because it works and you can find it in any market segment.

You can wash your brushes with it and use it as a refreshing mist. But there is one thing you should know.

 

Micellar water takes its name from micelles, tiny round balls of cleansing molecules that float in the water. When you apply the product to your skin, the cleansing agents come into contact with oil and dirt on your face, allowing them to be swept away quickly and efficiently. Micelles are attracted to dirt, grime, and oil. It is good because it does not dry the skin and does not irritate the lacrimal gland. It is good for all skin types and suitable for eye makeup removal.

 

However, after removing make-up with micellar water, it is necessary to additionally wash it off. Micellars bind with oil, making the make-up removal procedure nice and easy, but cosmetologists recommend rinsing and using toner after. Even if the label says "do not rinse". Even if you bought it at the pharmacy. Because the product, which is able to dissolve waterproof make-up is not the best option for long exposure to the skin. Otherwise, small particles of dirt together with the micelles can provoke acne.

Stay healthy! Stay beautiful!

 

 

 

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