Beauty product of the week: Swisse Micellar Makeup Remover

Posted: 28 April 2017 9:30 am

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A makeup lover's must-have product.

Why we love this product

If you love playing with makeup and trying out dramatic looks, you need Swisse's Micellar Makeup Remover in your life. It may take a few gos, but this product really does cleanse all the makeup from your skin.

Micellar water is a soap-free product that can be used to cleanse your skin. It works by capturing oils and dirt using micelles, which attract and pull fatty molecules from your skin. Add a little bit to a cotton pad and then wipe away.

There are loads of micellar water brands out there, but this is definitely my favourite. This particular variety is infused with cucumber, which adds a burst of extra hydration. The cucumber extract also provides antioxidants and minerals, which help to brighten skin and slow ageing – an added bonus!

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For me, I love this product because it cleanses more effectively than any of the others I've tried. Even if I'm wearing waterproof mascara and a tonne of eye makeup, it gets it all off. However, you might need a few cotton pads.


This product retails for between $10 and $12 depending on where you buy it. Cost-wise it's a bit more expensive than other varieties, but the bottle is bigger, so really you're getting your money's worth.

Where you can buy it

You can buy the Swisse Micellar Makeup Remover from Priceline or Nourished Life.

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