I feel like I haven’t done a beauty review in quite some time. I’m excited to write a review of a product I’ve been obsessed with for the last few weeks. I didn’t include it in my March Favorites because I knew this product deserved a review all on its own.
For the last six months, I’ve been contemplating changing my night routine as far as how I remove makeup. For the last two years, I’ve used Burt’s Bees facial cleansing towelettes. Although this was a good method to remove makeup, over time, the wipes became too harsh to use on my face. Since my skin tends to be more dry, the cleansing wipes weren’t helping my cause.
I turned to the internet to look for new methods for removing makeup. I don’t know about you guys, but I take changing my daily routine very seriously. I research product reviews and first impressions videos to watch and learn about what products will be best for my skin.
When I stumbled this cleansing water from Simple, I was apprehensive because I was used to removing makeup with makeup remover wipes. This was a foreign concept to me. Despite my urge to continue using the same product, I purchased a bottle from Target (along with 100 other things not on my list).
What I love most about this cleansing water is how hydrated my skin feels after taking off my makeup. When I was using wipes, my skin felt dull and dry, which isn’t a good feeling before bed. I noticed I had several dry patches on my skin, so it needed some major TLC. This formula is made with Triple Purified Water and multi-vitamins, which aids in hydration.
I also love the ease of incorporating this product in your nighttime routine. You don’t even have to rinse the product off, or worry about washing your face afterwards. However, after a long day, I do quickly wash my face to ensure my skin is clean before bed. After, I apply my night moisturizer and I’m all set for the night. It’s that easy.
Compared to makeup remover wipes, I love that this micellar water lasts a long time. You don’t need a ton of product for this cleansing water to work its magic. So, you definitely get your money worth of it if you’re on a budget.
Overall, I don’t have any negative comments about this product, which is rather rare for me—and it is why I wanted to write up a review about the cleansing micellar water. I’m sure it will become a staple in my beauty routine for years to come.
Have you ever tried this product from Simple? If you have, share your thoughts in the comments below!