Hydrating Micellar Water
What It IsDeveloped with dermatologists CeraVe Hydrating Micellar Water offers a 3 in 1 formula: cleanses, hydrates and helps restore protective skin barrier all in one step. No rinsing necessary.
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Aging
PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides
NIACINAMIDE RIBOSIDE CHLORIDE
Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Cera Ve Hydrating Micellar Water☔️ Only Cera Ve would create a micellar water with Ceramides, Niacinamide and Hyaluronic Acid. Amazing. This was the product I didn't know my routine was missing...🤫 So my issue is that I use a cleanser in the morning at 7:00 am, but then by 4:00 after work my skin feels oily and gross, but I don't want to wash it THREE times in a day with a cleanser you know? 🤧 Like relax. (NO I will not give up my AM or PM cleanse).... So, it turns out this micellar water is exactly what I needed. I'll swipe it on with a cotton pad, and it's just enough to lift the oils and dirt and leave me feeling clean but not stripped (note: I don't wear makeup). I ALWAYS rinse after micellar water, whether or not it says to, YOU SHOULD because it leaves a residue and THAT's the tea. 🐸 Then a fresh layer of SPF and I feel good as 🆕! NO, this isn't my first time discovering micellar water 🙄, but I've only ever used it as a makeup remover and this specific formula just serves the purpose of a mid-day cleanse PERFECTLY!
CeraVe-Hydrating Micellar Water
Let’s Talk Staples.
This CeraVe lotion, micellar water, and the infamous Mario Badescu facial mist - overrated or just right? Let’s find out!! CeraVe - PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion WOW WOW WOW!! I found out about this stuff from Skincare by Hyram (if you haven’t checked him out on YouTube yet, get on that :) ). It soaks in very quickly and is fragrance free. It also contains niacinamide and hylauronic acids, both *great* ingredients, especially for oily or acne-prone skin. It moisturizes just the right amount for my combination skin (oily in T-zone, normal to dry elsewhere, and acne prone). I use it both morning and night and my skin always feels softer and looks more even the following eight or so hours after using. $12 on Amazon. CeraVe - Hydrating Micellar Water Micellar water is a great product everyone should have in their arsenal of skincare. I recommend using this to remove makeup over makeup wipes, as it is much better for the environment and your skin than what can be stripping, overly frictioned wipes. 4 stars because I don’t find it hydrating, but it’s very gentle on the skin and feels great to rub all over your skin at the end of the day. Not sure how much it is, but I’d guess it’s only a few bucks at your local Walgreens/drugstore. MARIO BADESCU - Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater yep, I was victim of the rose water craze a few years ago, too. I bought this spray thinking some miracle might happen. I didn’t know anything about skincare or ingredients or even what my skin type was at the time, which is where my mistake came. Lemme be completely upfront: THERE IS NOTHING EXTREMELY BENEFICIAL TO YOUR SKIN IN THIS. However, there is nothing harmful, either. It does contain glycol, but that’s all it has going for it. Overall, it feels great and smells very good, but it’s not very useful as either a skin hydrant or or a setting spray, so unless you’re just looking for the aesthetic of the product, don’t waste $10 or whatever it costs. Annnnd there’s my take! Let me know if you had similar or completely different experiences with any of these products.
MARIO BADESCU-Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater
What helps with my Perioral dermatitis
DAY TIME ROUTINE: I first cleanse my skin with SPECTRUM - Jel Cleanser Blemish-Prone Skin (this was the BIGGEST helper with my PD skin journey) next I use The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% then I use CeraVe - AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 NIGHT TIME ROUTINE: First I use a micellar water to take off my makeup, (I like the CeraVe one)CeraVe - Hydrating Micellar Water Next I cleanse with SPECTRUM - Jel Cleanser Blemish-Prone Skin I then rotate between 3 products. One night I will use The Ordinary - Retinol 0.2% in Squalane . Another night I will use PAULA'S CHOICE - Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliator . And another night I will use NATURIUM - Vitamin C Complex Serum Next I will use The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 For my moisturizer I use CeraVe - Skin Renewing Night Cream lastly I will useCeraVe - Eye Repair Cream (also a big shout out to Hyram from YouTube! It's because of him that I tried these products and I couldn't be happier!)
CeraVe-AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30
Great Morning Cleanse 🌞
I have super dry skin so I don’t like washing my face in the morning because it’ll cause my face to get super dry. When I found this I thought it was your typical micellar water but when looking at the ingredients it has niacinamide and ceramides, I also love the “no rinse formula.” I found this to be a great way to cleanse my skin in the morning and prep my skin for my sunscreen and makeup. Honestly I think they should maybe get rid of the gentle surfactants and market this as a toner.
CeraVe-Hydrating Micellar Water
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