Jul 27th

Caudalie Cleansing Water Review

Micellar solutions/water are huge at the moment and quite rightly so! I am a bit of a skincare junky and I don’t think I have been so excited over something that takes my makeup off before. There is something pleasant about using a cleansing water that I can’t describe, the satisfaction of seeing the day’s makeup wiped off in one swipe maybe. 
I love Caudalie products and their micellar water is no exception. It smells divine and is so gentle, no irritation and no dryness left after use like a certain other cleansing water I have tried. This is perfect for my sensitive skin and I can say it’s been a long time since I have found a cleanser that suits me and I want to repurchase again and again (this is my second bottle). I use it first thing in the morning with a cotton pad and follow with a cream cleanser, then in the evening I use it to take off my makeup and again follow with a cream cleanser – double cleanse people! 
It’s not on the cheaper side of the price scale but it will last a while. You can buy a 100ml which is a good size to try out here for £5 or go all out and get the 400ml bottle here for £18 (which is what I will be doing soon!) I have also just found out they sell Caudalie in Boots, bit more expensive but easily available! 
Anyone a fan of Caudalie? 

Micellar solutions/water are huge at the moment and quite rightly so! I am a bit of a skincare junky and I don’t think I have been so excited over something that takes my makeup off before. There is something pleasant about using a cleansing water that I can’t describe, the satisfaction of seeing the day’s makeup wiped off in one swipe maybe. 
I love Caudalie products and their micellar water is no exception. It smells divine and is so gentle, no irritation and no dryness left after use like a certain other cleansing water I have tried. This is perfect for my sensitive skin and I can say it’s been a long time since I have found a cleanser that suits me and I want to repurchase again and again (this is my second bottle). I use it first thing in the morning with a cotton pad and follow with a cream cleanser, then in the evening I use it to take off my makeup and again follow with a cream cleanser – double cleanse people! 
It’s not on the cheaper side of the price scale but it will last a while. You can buy a 100ml which is a good size to try out here for £5 or go all out and get the 400ml bottle here for £18 (which is what I will be doing soon!) I have also just found out they sell Caudalie in Boots, bit more expensive but easily available! 
Anyone a fan of Caudalie? 

By Sam

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Caudalie Cleansing Water Review

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