After a long day at the office or a late night on the town, we know how hard it is to pull yourself into the bathroom to scrub off a face of makeup. It’s even worse if you use waterproof products – they’re super useful in Singapore’s climate but a pain to remove when all you want to do is climb into bed!
Thanks to advances in skin care, there are new and improved makeup removers on the market which suit all sorts of skin types – from micellar waters to cleansing milks which cleanse away foundation, lipstick, mascara – you name it. Why not try one from the four below?
Bioderma Sensibio H2O 20th Anniversary, $49.90
Perfect for sensitive skin, Bioderma’s cult favourite Sensibio H20 is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and we can see why. Taking even the toughest waterproof mascara off is a breeze with its Micellar technology. Like a breath of fresh air, this cleanser will leave your skin feeling refreshed and balanced.
La Roche-Posay Physiological Micellar Solution, $32.90
With micellar technology to remove impurities, makeup and dirt, this gentle cleansing water will maintain the delicate balance of sensitive skin while still getting the job done. La Roche-Posay’s new Physiological Micellar Solution made with their anti-oxidant thermal spring water will keep your skin health and happy. Physiological Micellar Solution:
Nivea Extra White Makeup Clear Micellar Water, $9.90
Free of harsh alcohol and parabens, Nivea’s new Extra White Makeup Clear Micellar Water can dissolve heavy makeup in a flash. It will leave your skin feeling radiant instead of sticky or greasy. Wipe away the day with this water-based cleanser.
Sothys Eye and Lip Makeup Removing Fluid, $69
We all have that one lipstick or mascara that will not budge at the end of the day. Sothys’ new Eye and Lip Makeup Removing Fluid will take care of even the most stubborn makeup. Specially designed for the most sensitive areas of the face, this mixture of oil and water-based ingredients is sure to leave any skin type makeup free.
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