Why You Should Wash Your Face After Using Micellar Water

Micellar Water

If you use Micellar Water, you may need to rethink what you do afterwards.

Here at Project Fangirl, we love Micellar Water so much that we bought a ‘value pack’ of Garnier’s version of the product, and we continue to do so.

Cleaner Skin

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Who doesn’t love the feeling of clean skin? The experience is worthwhile when you’ve found the right product.

Micellar Water is the perfect product to achieve the clean feeling we want. We use makeup remover pads to apply it.

However, we’ve found if we apply too much, it runs. This is not the reason we’re saying wash your face after application. The reason we’re giving this advice is that we just wanted to issue a small warning when it comes to applying the product to the makeup remover pad.

Our Reason

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What is our reason for washing our face after using Micellar Water? When you apply the substance, it might feel good in the beginning, but your face might feel different.

If you wash your face using Micellar Water and then have a shower, be sure to use your regular facewash too. It will make your face feel so much cleaner.


Washing your face after using Micellar Water shouldn’t be seen as a negative. If anything, it should be seen as a positive because it shows you’re being cautious to avoid that annoying drip sensation that comes with a heavy application of a product.

In conclusion, washing your face should be an essential part of your morning/evening routine. It will make you feel better about your day and yourself if you’re feeling a little bit down in the dumps. Rhythm is key.

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About Author

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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