I’m not just happy, I’m ELATED. Not only do I have a new flat lay style, I’ve also discovered a micellar water for sensitive skin for cheapo like burrito. Without further ado, let’s head on to the Nivea MicellAIR Review.
Nivea MicellAIR Review by Filipinow
I was originally going to try the L’Oreal Micellar Water but a red sticker that says “New 0% Alcohol” slapped on the cap of the Nivea MicellAIR robbed my wallet.
Nivea Extra White 0% Alcohol Micellar Water is a caring cleanser that deeply removes oil, dirt, and even waterproof makeup. Brings back moisture for bright, baby soft and smooth skin.
With Natural Pearl Extract and Licorice that help brighten complexion with regular use
pH-Balanced, free of alcohol, paraben, fragrance, silicone and colorant
Can be used around delicate and sensitive eye area
Can be used even for sensitive skin
I’ve used the MicellAIR for more than 3 times within a week. I think it’s pretty safe to say that you’re assured with the authenticity of this Nivea MicellAIR Review.
Please also know that I am in NO way sponsored by Nivea and even if some brands do collaborations with me, I always see to it that my reviews are 100% honest.
Enough of the boring disclaimer.
The bottle is a bit mundane and very similar to their tall toner. I just noticed that Nivea products don’t really differ in aesthetics from one another. They keep recycling the same designs for some reason. Maybe the team who handles the packaging has OCD but yeah, they need to switch things up a bit.
It’s very important to have a different packaging because most Modern Filipinas are on-the-go and grabbing the wrong product is likely a possibility.
Products that also don’t change in the eyes of the consumer get relatively boring overtime. They get replaced just by the lack of packaging innovation alone. Are we still talking about the Nivea micellar water or how your ex-boyfriend cheated on you?
Moving on to more important stuff…
The Nivea MicellAIR is true to its claim about being suited for sensitive skin. I didn’t experience any stinging. Added to that is I didn’t get new breakouts. I’m currently detoxing my skin and just using Cetaphil cleanser because I got a barrage of acne from trying a Salmon Oil Cream.
My skin is way better now but there are times that it’s inevitable to wear makeup so I’m really glad I found the Nivea MicellAIR Skin Breath 0% Alcohol Micellar Water.
Texture is watery (duh) and scent is reminiscent of holy water. (I’m not kidding. I guess it’s meant to smell that way to exorcise demonic pimples.)
It is not as powerful as other makeup removers and you have to use more product than the usual. However, my waterproof mascara was removed with enough effort without the expense of irritating my eye area.
I’d take using more product than growing new zits every day of the week.
Retails at only 99 PHP for 125ml, a definite steal!
Affordability, availability, and skin-friendliness? Don’t miss it!
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