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Hello Ladies, I am back again with a new beauty review after a while, you know it takes a while to test the product before writing a fair review on it haha (that is why you rarely see me coming up with new beauty posts). This time I am going to share my thoughts about Garnier Micellar WaterAs a person who suffers from dried skin I think that’s one of the things I like the most about micellar water.
I never feel tight or dry after using micellar water and this product has caught my attention, if you are looking for an efficient and affordable way to remove your makeup then keep on reading!
The trend of micellar water has caught our attention and of course many cosmetic brands, we can find it easily in any drugstores or mini markets. Micellar water comprises of tiny molecules of cleansing oil to attract dirt and impurities from the deepest of the skin pores. The Micellar water can be used as a makeup remover, a skin moisturizer and a face wash. It is known to have a good effect on acne prone skin because it removes the excess oil from the large pores and minimizes the chances of acne breakouts. It can also effectively clean the dirt and impurities from your skins.


I love the convenience of using a micellar water whenever I decided to go straight to the gym after working. It really helps me a lot because I am the kind of person who need to make sure my face is free from makeup before working out. With this Garnier micellar water, there is no need to wash my face off with water or soap after applying it. I also can easily carry it in my bag every time I am going to my workplace and it is absolutely crash free. I tested this several times by holding the bottle upside-down, shaking the bottle while upside-down and even storing it upside-down for a day. No leaks, no worries.
The main ingredients; Aqua/Water, Hexylene Glycol, Glycerin, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Poloxamer 184, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Disodium Edta, Citric Acid, Panthenol, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, it also has Castor Oil, Citric Acid and Panthenol (Vitamin B5; to treat sunburns and skin rashes) for a maintaining a good skin hygiene. And the addition of Polyaminopropyl Biguanide is a big favor from Garnier that can help in preventing skin infections.
There are several budget friendly options available at the moment but by far, the greatest deal I’ve come across in the cleansing water world is Garnier Micellar Water. The most important is this one is a budget friendly product, a single 400 ml bottle only costs IDR 85.000. It’s pretty affordable for a huge bottle, right? This very large bottle will last a while (each bottle is supposed to allow for 200 uses)I rarely wear makeup but still I need this product to remove all the dirts from pollutions/workplace after working all day.

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water: Pink vs. Blue

Garnier offers two types of Micellar Waters;
Garnier Micellar Water (pink bottle)the pink variant claims to be suitable for all skin types even sensitive skin.
Garnier Micellar Water (blue bottle); the blue variant offers the same as the Pink variant but it has more potential formula to remove the waterproof makeup.
The different bottles are made to suit your skin type. If you have dehydrated dry and sensitive skin like me then the pink bottle is for you >,< I have sensitive skin but I have not had any problems using this micellar water. It also does not have a strong smell like other micellar waters I have tried. I used it to remove my glam makeup that day to see how powerful Garnier Micellar Water works on it.
It’s a simple swipe and go. Most of my eye makeup was removed. In fact, this works (or even better) than the expensive brands!
At first I thought this one was an ordinary makeup cleanser with some fancy packaging, surprisingly this All-in-One dry cleanser is powerful yet gentle to my skin, it settles into my skin pretty fast.
Lastly, I removed my lipstick hi matte using Garnier micellar water. It really removes the makeup so well.
The Power of Garnier Micellar Water...Daebak!!!!
If you have oily or combination skin then the blue bottle is designed for you. And the blue version is actually more hydrating. My cousin has a combination skin and she has so many acnes, so I gave her a try.
Just pour some product on a cotton pad and use a circular motion to remove the makeup, do not put excessive pressure on your skin while doing it.
If you are looking for All-in-One dry cleanser that does not cause irritation and wrinkles on your skin, then Garnier Micellar Water is the right answer.
Garnier Micellar Water...Incredible!!!!
I personally rate this product 8,5 out 10 for this product. This is the type of product that I need to make sure I have in back-ups because I don't want to be without it. You can find this Garnier Micellar Water at drugstore and even at mini markets. It’s really easy to find and to buy.
Have you tried it? Do share your thoughts.



  1. Love the pink water!

  2. the pink one is my favorite! i use it every single day! it's super good! and super affordable! ;)

  3. gak perlu gosok keras2 nempel semua ya.. aku jg suka pake iniii..

  4. Aku juga suka banget Micellar Water dari Garnier ini, my fav yang pink soalnya lebih aluuus di kulit udahannya hihi <3

  5. Lagi nyobain yang biru, baru 2x pakai dan hasilnya oke ga bikin breakout

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  7. banyak yang udah nyobain dan bilang bagus ya
    tapi aku belum sempet nyobain nih,

  8. THE POWER OF GARNIER MICELLAR WATER apanya The power of kepepet sist?? :D But, ini produk memang oke sih,,

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