Bioderma Sensebio Micellar Water Review Revisited

I decided to revisit my original blog post on Bioderma’s Sensibio Micellar Water because my opinion has changed somewhat.

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Here’s a little excerpt taken from the original blog post from June:

I found that it removed most of my make-up (bb cream, powder, blush, highlighter, eyebrow pencil, and eye makeup), BUT it barely made a dent in removal of my waterproof mascara, so I had to remove that using my usual method (grapeseed oil). So while it removed the makeup, my face did not really feel clean.

Would I purchase it again? Maybe. It isn’t a holy grail item for me. But I would definitely recommend it for those who want a quick and easy method to remove makeup and clean your skin.

I had set it aside and forgot about it until mid to late August, and started using it as an extra step in removing my make-up at night, starting by using the micellar water first all over my face, followed by grapeseed oil for my mascara, then my usual cleanser, serum and moisturizer. Used this way, my face feels super clean and ALL traces of make-up are gone. I have since finished the original bottle, and replaced purchased the larger sized bottle (500ml).

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This micellar water has since become a holy grail item for me, I’m so glad that several people had told me to try it again instead of giving it away or throwing it out. Thank you ❤

Disclosure: I purchased this (AGAIN)!

17 thoughts on “Bioderma Sensebio Micellar Water Review Revisited

  1. It’s good! Not wow! Did nothing to my Chanel Le Volume Waterproof Mascara, but then again it’s not makeup remover, it’s meant to clean whatever residues are left after that! Too expensive for what it is! There are better alternatives! I didn’t used it in a while so I think I’ll get another one soon! 😅😅😅xx, Annie | Annie’s Beauty

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