Beauty Hero – Bioderma Micellar Water

Washing your face with just water might not cut the mustard, washing your face with Micellar Water is a whole other ball game.

But what exactly is Micellar Water?

Well it looks like water but there’s more to it.  A lot more.

What is Micellar Water
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The water contains gentle, microscopic oil molecules called micelles, which act like a magnet and attract makeup, dirt, grime and other skin nasties.

 

 

 

 

Why a Beauty Hero?

Bioderma Micellar Water Backstage at Fashion Show
Photo: Backstage at Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2013

Bioderma’s Sensibio Micellar Water is a French pharmacy favourite, and has been a staple of models and makeup artists for years.

It’s super gentle and soothes redness, which makes it ideal for taking models makeup off multiple times during a fashion show.

Once a hard-to-get cult product, Bioderma launched in Ireland in 2015 and has been a firm favourite at Sam McCauleys ever since.

 

 

Sensibio is the first and only dermatological micellar water that’s perfectly compatible with the skin.  Here comes the science:  its fatty acid esters, the constituent elements of micelles, are similar to the phospholipids of the skin cell membranes and naturally help rebuild the skin’s hydrolipidic film.

All this makes it super soothing, and non irritating to skin.

And it’s not just great for your face.  Stylecaster.com list five not-so-obvious uses for it:

  • As a fragrance remover
  • To clean makeup brushes
  • To remove makeup stains
  • To wash hands
  • To take off false lashes

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micellar Water

 

Multi functional, gentle on skin and a fashion-world favourite, it’s a total Beauty Hero and worldwide a bottle of Bioderma’s Sensibio Micellar Water is sold every five seconds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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