Bioderma Crealine H20 Micelle | Review

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Bioderma Crealine H20 Micelle was one of those products that I had read about on so many blogs and seen in numerous YouTube videos.. I was curious about it as to be honest it just looked like tap water. I knew it wasn’t really around in the UK but was a popular product in French Pharmacies. I thought I would take the plunge and give it a go seeing as the one thing i struggle with is removing my eye makeup at the end of the day. I was lucky enough to find a 500ml bottle on Ebay for £11.50 + £2.75 postage, which I though was pretty good value! When it finally arrived I gave it a go and to be honest I was just as impressed as everyone who has reviewed the product. I apply a few drops onto a cotton wool pad, hold it over my eye for a few seconds and wipe away and my make up comes off so easily! I never expected it to be so good, it gets my mascara off in a few swipes. I know a lot of people use a few cotton pads to remove their makeup but to be honest just one works really well, and I finish of by cleansing my face with Liz Earle cleans and polish which removes any traces that have been left behind.

I know it’s a pricey product but I can imagine it will last ages! You need the smallest amount and honestly a tiny bit goes a really long way. It has made my night time routine so much easier and my skin feels so much better since I haven’t been using makeup wipes.

You can now buy Bioderma in the UK! woo, Although I would shop around and you might find it slightly cheaper on Ebay!

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3 thoughts on “Bioderma Crealine H20 Micelle | Review

  1. I like it, but for me it doesn’t take smallest amount, unfortunately 😉 I need to soak my cotton pads in it quite well to remove mascara, because I really don’t like rubbing my eyes much. I also thought it would last ages, but I’m 3/4 down only after a few months and I don’t even wear make-up every day 😀

    It’s nice how it’s completely neutral to my eyes though! I can make my face swim in it, still wouldn’t feel a thing.

    1. I think it depends on which cotton pads I use – some are much better so maybe try stronger ones? I used some thinner ones and found i needed 2 or 3 but then I bought some slightly larger more absorbent ones and they are so much better! x

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