Three Cleansing water products to try in 2017 

Cleansing water unlike every day face wash cleansers are detergent-free cleansers which purifies the skin and rids of dirt. I have been using cleansing water products for over 2 years now and I have not looked back. Cleansing water products are renowned for cleansing your face, leaving it feeling fresh and hydrated. Before I started using them, I didn’t really understand why anyone would rather use cleansing water instead of normal face wash or cleaners. But like with everything in the blogging world, you need to try it to understand it.

Over the last two years I have been using a couple of cleansing waters that I have come to love. These are Garnier Micellar, Ziukoza and Sinivalia cleansing water. I use these products interchangeably every night before bed.

Benefits of using water cleaners

  • Removes impurities
  • Paraben free
  • Soothes irritated skin
  • keeps your skin hydrate
  • Leaves your skin feeling fresh
  • Suitable for all skin types (unless indicated on package)

Cleansing Water

Garnier Micellar Water: Gently removes make-up, cleanses skin and soothes irritation in one easy step with no need for rinsing. The perfect companion after a long day.

Ziukoza’, means “remove and sleep” in Korean. This dual-phase waterproof makeup remover is formulated with powerful cleansing ingredients to remove all traces of heavy makeup in one gentle swipe. It contains natural soothing ingredients—such as lavender water, aloe vera, and allantoin—which perfectly hydrate and nourish the sensitive lip and eye areas.

Sinivalia Rose Water: Used as Anti -Ageing Facial Cleanser and Moisturiser. For Dry, Oily, Sensitive, Sun Damaged Skin. Helps Collagen Production, Minimises Acne, Blackheads, Pimples and Pores as well as Neck and Forehead Wrinkles.

How to use Cleansing Water

  • Using a cotton pad, apply the cleanser to the face to remove makeup or just to clean your face.
  • Let the face dry naturally then apply your normal night/day cream

Have you ever used water cleaners before? What has been your experience?