Theres always a few hyped up products in the beauty blogging world. One of the first I ever came across was the Bioderma Micellar Water.
The Bioderma Micellar Water 500ml* is available in the UK in three variants - hydrabio h20 for skin sensitivity and dehydration, sebium h20 for combination/oily skin and sensibio for normal/dry skin. All are alcohol and fragrance free. I currently use the Sensibio version, which is available in three sizes - 100ml, 250ml and 500ml. It removes makeup quickly and perfectly and is fine to use on the eye area. Its non greasy, soothing and leaves my skin feeling clean and refreshed.
An amazing dupe for the bioderma water is Garniers version. The Garnier Micellar Water is available in a 400ml bottle. Like Bioderma, the Garnier version is alcohol and fragrance free. I find its slightly lighter on the skin than Bioderma but it takes more water to remove your daily makeup than Bioderma's version. However, it doesn't leave any residue and makes my skin feel clean and soft after use.
Both these waters work well at removing makeup and both are far better than the Loreal version which I find to be quite soapy and leaves a tacky feeling. In terms of price, there is a vast difference between the two. Bioderma is £14.50 for a 500ml bottle, whilst Garnier is £4.99 for 400ml. For me, both of these do the job of removing my makeup at the end of a day. The garnier version is cheaper and probably easier to get hold of so it would be my preferred choice but if I wanted a treat I would opt for the Bioderma version. Personally, I would rather pay more for my cleanser,toner and moisturiser rather than my makeup remover but there really isn't much difference between these two versions so I think it really comes down to how much you want to pay and which one is easier to get hold of.
Have you tried either of these?