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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 April 2020
I don't wear a lot of makeup - a small amount of concealer and brow product and that's it. Felt that I had to scrub/wipe quite harshly with the micellar water on a reusable cotton pad to remove any makeup. Have seen better results with a light face wash to remove makeup than this (and this is advertised as being good for removing makeup).

I also think there's a bit of a design flaw with the bottle, a glass dropper bottle would work better as this one pours out so quickly that you end up using more product than you should really need... though having said that, it honestly could've just been normal water, I didn't notice anything different using this than wiping my face with water from the tap.

Wondering whether this was a genuine product or not, but either way I won't be buying again. Also worth noting that Garnier do still test on animals, so if you're trying to be environmentally and ethically conscious, this isn't the brand for you.
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