I “prescribed” La Roche-Posay Physiological Micellar Solution to myself when I learned that it was intended for sensitive skin. I just got one that wondered how well or badly micellar water would cope with my skin type.
Description of the micellar solution La Roche-Posay Physiological Micellar Solution
La Roche-Posay Physiological Micellar Solution promises to gently but effectively remove makeup. Sounds great.
The peculiarity of La Roche-Posay micellar solution is that it is not easy to remove makeup from sensitive skin, but also does not provoke dryness, redness and other irritations.
Those who have this type of skin will understand how important the choice of skin care cosmetics is. You certainly know that the main problem with products for sensitive skin is that they wash off makeup from the eyes poorly and for a long time.
Some of them take great care of the skin without causing irritation, but too much rubbing with a cotton pad over the face is bewildering. Makeup refuses to wash off. And only repeated holding with a cotton pad, finally, relieves us of it.
Therefore, I was extremely surprised that the micellar solution works quickly and cleanly, without leaving behind makeup that was not completely washed off.
There is no discomfort in this case. Unless the presence of perfume can confuse someone.
And what confused me was the inefficiency. I didn’t notice how the solution ran out.
Recommend for those with sensitive skin requiring a double dose of care.
I do not recommend it if you have a normal skin type that is not prone to irritation, as there is a budget equivalent in the form of L’oreal Paris Skin Perfection 3-in-1 Purifying Micellar Solution.
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