Skincare

The One Micellar Face Product I Would NEVER Use Again

milky micellar water

I love Garnier but I will not use the milky micellar water again…

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Insert cringe here. I usually won’t like explaining why I don’t like certain products, but this has been annoying me for a while. I love Garnier but I hate their Micellar Milky Cleansing Water with an absolute passion. Their milky micellar water makes my skin feel like crap. Now, I don’t mean to be rude but it looks like sperm. I bought the stuff because I couldn’t get the micellar water I usually get.

I thought it would be like all the other Micellar Water products I’ve used. Boy was I wrong! Now, I’m not going to over why I hate the product any further. It might be a skincare must-have for a lot of people, but the milky micellar water just isn’t for me. I will be so glad once I finish off the bottle I have. That way, I can go onto the Rosewater I have in the cupboard. I usually have the normal one but it’s too expensive most of the time. Also, they don’t have the one for oily skin anymore which I was using.

Every time I use the milky micellar water, I have to internally cringe because of the feeling it gives my skin afterward. If it is the product you use all the time, then, good luck to you but I will be using this product again. If I can’t get my normal stuff, I’ll get another brand. Plain and simple.

There are so many great skincare products out there and one shouldn’t mean you give up on the whole brand. I’ve never given up on a brand just because I didn’t like a product. I’ve just shrugged and moved onto something that I actually like. That’s the whole reason we experiment with our skincare.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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