CORINE DE FARME Micellar Water – Review


Hey everyone,

In my new in post you could’ve seen this micellar water, so for today I decided to write my impressions about it. Couple of months ago I saw that this new brand arrived to the DM stores, but I really never found the time to try something from the line. As my L’Oreal micellar solution bottle was almost empty, I decided I’m finally going to try out some other and so the choice fell to this one. In the next lines read more Corine de Farme micellar solution.

Corine de Farme micellar solution is intended for dry and sensitive skin and 97 % of its ingredients are of natural origin. Micellar cleansing solution is consisting out of micelles that remove the make up very efficiently and thoroughly clean the face, eyes and lips. Thanks to its gentle formula and peony extract for toning, it makes your face fresh and cares for the fragile and sensitive skin.

Micellar solution comes in a 500 ml bottle, and its price is approximately 70 Croatian Kuna. I have to admit, that a bottle of this kind and size is not something I really like because it’s a bit tricky to carry around , so I poured half of it in another bottle and that problem was solved easily. The expiry date is 12 months.

This micellar solution has a gentle fragrance that doesn’t bother my nose and I find it really nice. Considering the make up removing part, I always use the gel also after every micellar solution, because no matter how good the micellar is in the make up removing part, only after I wash my face with a gel I feel it’s completely clean. This micellar takes the face powder off really good, only with the mascara I’m having a bit more struggle. That also depends on the mascara I’m using. Because some mascaras I take off really easy, and for some of them I have to put in a bit more effort. The really good thing is that it’s not irritating the eyes no matter how much you rub on them. It doesn’t dry out the skin, and it leaves the skin soft and moisturized. Although, this micellar is meant for dry skin, but to me with a normal skin with a bit more oily T- zone it fits also really good.

Aqua, Poloxamer 184, Glycerin, Peg-40, Hydrogenated Castor oil, Sodium Benzoate, Parfum, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid, Disodium Edta, Paeonia Officinalis flower extract, Sodium hydroxide

This micellar has a checkmark on every condition I’m looking for in a micellar and I think I’m going to use it for a longer period of time.

Do you use micellar waters? Did you ever try this micellar water?


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