NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella Water
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NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella Water Review

NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella Water
NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella Water

Background

all skin types
Alkohol free
200 ml
12 USD

Description

The micellar water reliably removes excess sebum and make-up on all skin types. Sage and aloe vera deliver moisture and soothe the skin while lemon lends the complexion an even finish. Raspberry and green tea, that shield the skin against harmful environmental influences, complete the formula.

How to use it

Apply some of the product on a cotton pad and swipe over your face until clean. Apply the rest of your routine without rinsing your face.

Ingredients

Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, Glycerin, Propanediol, Rubus Idaeus Fruit Extract*, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract*, Citrus Limon Fruit Extract*, Salvia Sclarea Extract*, Decyl Glucoside, Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Parfum**.

My thoughts on NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella Water

I received this in one of my Lookfantastic boxes.

Cleansing waters in general are amazing products and it is the easy fast way to get your skin clean in the morning or in the evening. I do have a problem with these types of products but the problems are me and not the product group itself.

I feel that after a day with a full face it isn’t enough to cleanse my skin but I always get surprised when I use them and noticed that the products does work.

Back to the Naobay Detox Illuminating Micella Water. It comes in a softer plastic bottle which is easy to use. I always use a cotton pad with this type of product and the bottle makes it easy to get the right amount of product.

NAOBAY Detox Illuminating Micella water is light yellow beige and really watery in its consistency. It does have a scent but nothing strong or perfume. The smell is more natural then anything else.

The first times I tried this I only used it in the morning and then applied the rest of my routine as usually. My trust towards these types of products are really low, and I don’t understand why since I never tried a micellar water that didn’t work for me.

I think that it is just that feeling of having a cleansing product on my face without rinsing it off. I have the same problem with facial wipes.

But I need to put that behind me and simply try out the products with both sun screen and makeup on. And Naobay Detox Illuminating Micella Water works amazingly well.

If I have a lot of eye makeup I will remove that first with a eye makeup remover, then I use this product for the rest of my face.

I am so amazed on how well this works, it simply removes everything without leaving residues behind. As a Swede I was told that you cleanse then you use a toner to remove the residues. This is completely wrong and the toner is simply the next step and should only be applied on clean skin.

If I have a lot of makeup on I would use two pads to remove everything before applying toner. But it all depends on how much makeup or products you use on a regular basis.

After using this for quite some time I was expecting my skin to feel dry but it doesn’t. I can’t say that it acts very moisturizing on my skin either.

If you are looking for a product that cleans your face well without that squeaky clean feeling. Or if you just want a lazy product for travels or morning, this is perfect for you.

Conclusion

Works amazingly well cleansing my face from a full makeup and sun screen without any residues left. I don’t feel that it is very moisturizing, but not drying either. It really is a cleansing water I recommend.

I would not use this product both morning and evening but as a morning product I simply love it.

 

I give this product 6/7

 

Where to get it

Naobay

 

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