Bioderma Micellar Makeup Removing Water Review

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

I began double-cleansing, the end of last year. It was a new concept to me, but it's proven to be very beneficial for the health of my skin. My skin feels cleaner, softer, and I have less breakouts. I purchased DHC's Deep Cleansing Oil September of last year, loved it and would definitely re-purchase it. However, I wanted to try some other brands to compare it with. I constantly heard people raving about Bioderma's Micellar Cleansing Water. So I decided to try it! I purchased Bioderma's Crealine H2O TS (for very dry sensitive skin), it seems to have been re-named...Bioderma Sensibio H2O. It's fluid like water. It feels like water. There's no scent. It does a great job removing foundation, blush, concealer, primer, and lipstick. Even if you don't wear makeup on a particular day, dab a cotton ball with Bioderma and swipe your face (you'll see the dirt). Where it struggled, was in eye makeup removal. Not so much with eyeshadow (except the darker ones), but with mascaras and eyeliner. DHC cleansing oil (removed EVERYthing). I don't wear a lot of eye makeup, so this is not problematic for me. But for someone who wears eyeliner and heavy eye makeup daily, this could present an issue. The other thing I want to mention is that there are DIFFERENT TYPES of Bioderma Micellar Water. I don't know if you were aware of that, because I definitely wasn't aware. On blogs, I constantly see this pink bottle and nothing else! There are MORE OPTIONS! There's Bioderma Sensibio (for sensitive skin - pink cap), Bioderma Hydrabio (for dehydrated sensitive skin - blue cap), and Bioderma Sebium (for combination/oily - green cap). So if you purchase this for yourself, know there are other options for your skin type. Another thing I found out (that I didn't know about), is that Bioderma makes makeup removing MILK (lait) for Sensibio & Hydrabio. Lait is non-rinse also. I've never seen a review for it, but it has peaked my curiosity. I still want to try Laneige and some other brands. So I'll definitely keep you posted. Have you tried Bioderma? What have you heard (via you/friends)? Do you double-cleanse? If so, what are you currently using?



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  Bioderma Crealine H2O TS Micellar Makeup Removing Water (aka Sensibio) is Bittersweet  

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Jackie Harrison said...

The products sounds like is helpful to the skin this is the first time I heard of it.

Gabrielle said...

I only got into cleansing and moisturising about two months ago and have been so, so impressed with the improvements to my skin ever since! Anyway, I recently got Simple micellar eye makeup remover and am AMAZED at how good it has been. Like you, I don't wear much eye makeup though and so I can imagine it may not be so great with that in mind! Have a lovely week!! :)

Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

x

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

Yes I definitely double cleanse and find it makes a big difference for my skin. I had wanted to try out Micellar Water but people have told me it's not great for eye liner and mascara and now you're affirming that so I think I'll stick with cleansing oils and balms. I tried a sample of Tatcha's Camellia Cleansing Oil recently and it's heavenly but the price is less so ;p

Rowena @ rolala loves

Cee said...

I have always wanted to love Bioderma's micellar water, but it never seems to live up to the rave reviews that it gets. Since it's primarily for taking off make-up and cleansing the skin, I want it to take off all my make-up... And it does not remove eye make-up for me at all. I've tried it a few times but in the end I always go back to Lancome's Bi-Facile make-up remover. It's the best there is in my book.
xox,
Cee

Tina Bradley said...

Kim, I don't currently double cleanse, but am believing I should. Good to know about the eye make up issue you encountered. I do wear a decent amount of eye makeup; so, this would raise issues for me. The DHC cleansing oil might be the best option (for me) as a result. T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

Jackie Harrison said...

The products sounds like is helpful to the skin this is the first time I heard of it.

Mica T said...

I have heard about this (And seen it on blogs) often but I wasn't sure of the benefits of it or if it just replaced a normal cleanser so hadn't read too much into it. It's good to hear it helps above a cleanser!

Wish I had read this post a few days ago - I had a voucher to our big beauty store here that was due to expire and my sister is on holiday so I wasn't sure what to buy with the money - could have tried this haha. Next time maybe.

Away From The Blue

Rosemary Nardone said...

I have heard about these cleansing waters but have never tried them. I currently use Shiseido extra creamy cleansing foam and I really like it. You do not need a lot of the product and it smells great!

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Emmylou said...

I do double-cleanse, Kim. I use the Garnier oil makeup remover, and then the Neutrogena Facial Cleanser after. I do love this Bioderma one, but it's pretty pricey here (for me anyhoo), so I wait when it goes on sale:D I don't wear a lot of eye makeup on a regular basis though, so that's probably why it's ok for me.

Elizabeth Rose Hisle said...

I've never heard of double cleansing before, but I might start trying it. I've noticed this summer I have had a few more breakouts and I am so not a fan of that... IDK about this product though. I love mascara and tend to wear quite the thick layer...

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Connie Bea said...

Love this review! Have you tried the Simple cleansing water? I found that it worked better than my Bioderma one.

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Pamela RG said...

Bioderma is a very good brand. This product is definitely worth a try.

jo said...

I have not heard of double cleaning Kim. What a great concept! I guess it should help, but some day, I'm so lazy. Haha!

xo Jo

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Kizzy Von Doll said...

I'm so behind, haha. Never double cleansed before, haha!! Never tried one of these water like things either! Will have to look into the one you liked, shame this one wasn't up to scratch for you. Great review doll :) xx

Lilli said...

Hi Kim! I double-cleansing too and after that I really feel my skin freash and cleaner. Ive tried that too but didnt enjoy at all, I didnt know there were many types though, even if I still will avoid it lol Btw, Kim you should try the Garnier micellar water, is my fav ever! xo

Nerline Germain said...

This is my first time hearing about it. It's too bad that it is bittersweet. I do love the packaging, though.

Adeola Naomi said...

I have tried Bioderma with the green cap and I was super impressed, I will check out the lait too!
Thanks for sharing!


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Pilar said...

I've never tried Bioderma products, but this review makes me want to try it!

Diva Desle said...

I too was not aware that there are different types of bioderma water. I still want to try Bioderma products. I have read a lot of good reviews about their products. xxx

365HANGERS said...

You seriously have us wanting to try this product asap. Sounds amazing, and we've never taken the time to try one of these water type products. Thanks love!

xx 365Hangers

Darcy said...

I have always been curious about this product. I don't know if I will try this specific one but I would like to try a cleansing water sometime.
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Shireen L. Platt said...

I'm using this and I have to agree that it takes some work to remove eye liner and mascaras. I usually press it against my eyes for a minutes or two so it has time to soften/dilute my eye makeup first and it'll be easier to remove. I'm currently trying a cleansing oil from L'Oreal (golden bottle) and I love it! It smells heavenly too!

Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

Miss Val's Creations said...

I haven't heard of this product. I don't double cleanse. These days I usually just have foundation and lipstick on since I work from home. It makes sense to double cleanse though!

Rebeca Muñoz López said...

I need to try this brand, always read good comments about of your products!

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Rebeca Muñoz López said...

I need to try this brand, always read good comments about of your products!

www.urbanikamoda.blogspot.com

Rebeca Muñoz López said...

I need to try this brand, always read good comments about of your products!

www.urbanikamoda.blogspot.com

Perla Sanchez said...

I really want to try this cleansing water but it is a bit pricy. Great post! :D

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Lorena said...

I've been using Bioderma for years, it was recommended by my dermatologist after my rosacea showed up.
Its a great product but the price has increased at least 40% - so last time I went to buy it I just didn't because I thought it was too much.
However, I have to say that it is a great product and I will probably go back to buying it after I finish the product I am currently using.

Ramona said...

I never have tried Bioderma micellar make up removing water, but I have tried other ones. I have to admit I haven't found the perfect one. I don't like when make up remover is too oily and leave like a film on my face. I always wash my face after. I have heard so many positive about this product I hope our pharmacies will start carry it soon.
xoxo
Ramona


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Sara Covey said...

I love your product reviews! they're so helpful!! keep it up girl! ;)

xo,
Sara

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Samantha Mariko said...

I used to use cleansing water but I don't think it ever removed everything from my face. I'm using cleansing balm and it works really well!
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Ashley said...

I've been hearing alot about these types of products lately too!! I sort of double cleanser my face since I use a cleansing wipe on my wash before washing it. I might like to try something like this maybe in the morning when I don't have any makeup to remove!

JOURNAL OF STYLE said...

Glad that it's for different type of skins - sounds very promising! Gotta check it! ;)

JOURNAL OF STYLE / BLOGLOVIN

oomph. said...

this water/fluid consistency sounds nice and fresh for the face, but, yep, might have a hard time believing it could take off my waterproof gel eyeliner and mascara!

Lauren Carter said...

I had no idea there were so many different types of cleansing waters from Bioderma! I'm currently trying a couple of different ones from other brands, but I have yet to try everybody's favorite, Bioderma. I plan on getting one soon, though!

Natalia | Fashioned by Love said...

I never used it, but quality and formular-wise it's definitely one of the better ones, especially compared to other waters on the market right now. I am not 100% thrilled about Propylene Glycol in it, but again, it's just a minor issue. x

Jane @ anothermommablog.blogspot.com said...

I didn't know that there are different kinds. Thanks for the info. So far I've had a lot of luck with micellar water for makeup removal. Bioderma was on my list to try next, but I'll probably reconsider now. My favorite one so far is from YSL, but it's expensive, so I'd like to find an alternative.

little luxury list said...

I've wondered about this cleanser~ It's a shame it didn't work too well. i'd love to try the Simple micellar water some time too!

xoxo,
little luxury list formerly Chic 'n Cheap Living

Angela Landskron said...

I feel like I've been seeing the pink bottle one everywhere too. Since my skin is combo-oily I would probably try the one with the green cap.

Coco said...

Hello doll! Like you, I've always seen only the pink bottle. I've never tried Bioderma though. I'm skeptical regarding no-rinse milks. The one thing I've learnt about makeup removers is that anything you don't need to rinse will leave some "dirt" on your skin. On the other hand, I'm very curious about double cleansing. I will look for a post where you talk about it, so as to know how it works exactly. I'm also using Uriage cleansing mousse and it removes makeup very well while being gentle (you will need a second serving for very heavy mascaras like the ones I use). Sorry for the long comment. Much love Baci,
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