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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Garnier Clean + Makeup Removing Lotion Cleanser

garnier clean + makeup rmoving lotion cleanser

I think many of you will agree with me on this, I like applying makeup. When I have the time I will spend as long as I like enjoying the process and drawing it out if the mood strikes. What I don't want to spend hours on is makeup removal. Skincare can be fun, but I don't want to spend forever removing my face of the day. I avoided waterproof mascara for years because I hadn't found the right removers to get it off- I've since fallen back in love with them though as you just can't beat that curl! A remover that has recently joined my skincare arsenal is Garnier Clean + Makeup Removing Lotion Cleanser which not only gives makeup a serious smack-down, it also does so quickly and gently. Intrigued? Read on!

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Garnier Clean + Makeup Removing Lotion Cleanser has a gel-cream like texture that sort of melts onto skin when you apply it to skin. While this feels soft and gentle, it does pack a punch as this little lotion works to instantly breakup makeup- even long-wearing and waterproof formulas! As with most makeup removers/cleansers, use is as simple as massaging over face and eyes and rinsing or wiping off. I quite like that a little goes a long way and that this rinses/wipes away so cleanly without feeling sticky or oily. While I've been using this most for makeup removal, you can also just use it as a cleanser. It performs equally well and leaves skin thoroughly cleansed and lightly hydrated. The formula is incredibly gentle and safe for all skin types as it's free of any fragrance, alcohol, or dyes. Instead it's enriched with moringa flower extract which protects and moisturizes skin.

Overall, I am quite happy with this product and can see myself replacing it in the future. What do you look for in a makeup remover? Tried this? Thoughts?


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