Uriage Make-up Remover Water
Posted August 2, 2010on:
Between cleansing water and makeup-removal water, tellingly makeup-removal water has stronger cleansing power, although they worked in the same way. Composing by 60% of Uriage Thermal Spring Water, this Uriage Make-up Remover Water is suitable for normal to combination skin and eye area.
It has pleasant mild fragrance, in fact I found most Uriage products smell good. To use, dispense appropriate amount on cotton pad and then wipe off the makeup gently. As it is no-rinse formula so second cleansing can be skipped if you are confident your makeup removal routine is sufficient. Despite it left the skin a little bit sticky touch, it has excellent cleansing power in my opinion.
=~~= Testing =~~=
Shimmering lipstick and waterproof mascara
Gently wiping the makeup off, it shown very good cleansing power, only left minimal mascara residue
Wiping slightly virgorously, the mascara residue has been cleared off easily
So far I have not noticed any irritation by using this but I did not feel it is very soothing either, compared to my other experiences in using cleansing water. For this reason, I would not recommend this to very sensitive skin although Uriage claims it is guaranteed high tolerance to sensitive skin and eyes, including contact lens wearers.
Uriage Thermal Spring Water, Aqua (Water), Poloxamer 184, Steareth-20, Phenoxyethanol, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Cetrimonium Bromide, Citric Acid, Parfum (Fragrance), Butylene Glycol, Myrtus Comunis (Myrtus Comunis Extract), Viola Tricolor (Viola Tricolor Extract).