Back before I started Ellis Tuesday I would spend all of my free time reading blogs. That's not to say that I don't read as many blogs anymore, if anything I now read more than ever but I also spend almost all of my free time blogging myself, something that I would never have believed when I just used to read blogs.
I would sit, slightly jealous of those who had picked up some French pharmacy favourites on a trip to Paris and wonder how on earth I would ever be able to get my hands on such products. Fast forward a couple of years and that way of thinking is definitely a thing of the past. Thanks to retailers such as Escentual, being able to buy French brands such as Bioderma, La Roche-Posay, Klorane, Vichy and Nuxe, proves no problem anymore. And today marks the day that Bioderma Sensibo H20 Micelle Solution Make-Up Removing Wipes* become exclusively available on Escentual here in the UK.
Despite blogging about beauty, I have to admit, I can be pretty lazy when it comes to removing my make-up. We all know that traditional baby wipes aren't the kindest to our skin, when it comes to make-up removal but sometimes it's just easier and quicker to reach for a pack of baby wipes at the end of a long day or night. Now I don't need to worry about baby wipes being the devil as the Bioderma Sensibo H20 Micelle Solution Make-Up Removing Wipes combine the convenience of baby wipes with the benefits of a micelle solution. I'm already a big fan of the Bioderma Sensibo H20 micelle solution so I had a feeling that I would be impressed with the wipes and I wasn't wrong. Each wipe is infused with the solution and they are surprisingly wet but there's no dripping at all. They're also incredibly gentle on the skin and remove every trace of make-up, something that normal baby wipes just don't do. There's also no residue or stickiness left behind and my face feels clean, fresh and make-up free.
All I can say is; this really is the dream product for us lazy folk and my slightly dried-out baby wipes have went straight in the bin.
Have you ever tried the Bioderma micelle solutions before? If so, what do you think of them? What do you use to remove your make-up? And are you ever guilty of using baby wipes on your face?
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