From the beginning of the twentieth century, French chic look included micellar water, which in the last 30 years has proven to be a true ally in removing makeup. It has become popular for its simple use that does not require water or rinsing so it's absolutely must have on shows or make-up studios. Removes all impurities on the face while leaving the face clean and hydrated. NIVEA MicellAIR micellar water is unique with its ingredients that remove waterproof make-up, so you can remove foundation, lipstick and mascara with only one product.
Sensitive skin especially likes micellar water. Today you can find micellar water for different skin types on the market, while NIVEA MicellAIR is suitable for all types of skin. I recommend micellar water especially to people with dry and sensitive type because they require lightweight formulations and hydration. Typical facial cleaners, such as foams and gels, can remove the protective surface layer of the skin and leave sharp chemicals, further drying dry and sensitive skin.
The micellar solution is an excellent ally for small make-up repairs. Went on applying mascara, and it is just too wet, so it transfers and smudges all over? Do not worry, just take a cotton swab, soak the top with micellar water and remove excess. Define the lines using a thin and precise cotton swab slightly saturated with micellar. Do you have problems with dry and patchy skin that remained visible after foundation application? Remove make-up with micellar water, hydrate the skin and apply foundation strategically.
You can use the micellar solution with soft cotton pads in everyday face care.
Do it so you, depending on its size, soak the cushion with a micellar water and then gently start removing make-up starting from the center towards the outer edges. Once you have removed the foundation, switch to smaller pads that. This way you will make it easier to remove makeup on your eyes, including mascara. If you hold the pad on your eye, you will give more time to product to dissolve make-up. Take off the makeup in the direction of the contour of the eye to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, irritation and possible loss of eyelashes. At the same time, be gentle and careful to the skin, especially to the eye area.
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