Poll posted by BR Natalie
When it comes to beauty products, we're a little torn about what we love more. On one hand we love what science and technology have done for us - hair colour that repairs hair, mascara that looks like falsies, lipstick that lasts all day. But then, on the other hand, we love the oldies but goodies. From simple cold cream to rag curling, to the original toner - Rose Water.
Rose Water was a staple on dressing tables from medieval times until fairly recently. It is, not surprisingly, a distillation of rose petals in water. It's commonly used as a gentle yet effective toner, but has many benefits, such as:
- It's an anti-inflammatory and can help soothe irritated skin.
- It's rich in anti-oxidants and can strengthen skin cells and regenerate skin tissue.
- It's suitable for sensitive skin.
- People with dry skin find it very hydrating and can actually use it as a moisturiser.
- It smells lovely.
- It leaves skin glowing.
We're putting the not-yet-released Garnier Micellar Rose Water Clean & Glow to the test. It removes make-up, cleanses and reveals the skins natural glow with just one cotton pad.
This newcomer to the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water range is enriched with Rose Water for added pleasure and glowy dewy complexion. All you need is one cotton pad to brighten up your skin. It leaves skin clean and healthy with a natural glow, even without make-up. A delicate and feminine floral fragrance makes for a radiance-revealing care routine that is truly a pleasure to use.
If you'd like to put your hands up for this trial get chatting to us below. Have you used rose water before? What were your experiences? How about Micellar Water? Do you usually cleanse with micellar, or are you yet to board the Micellar Train? How do you feel about the innovative cleanser combining forces with one of the original beauty essentials?
Comment below and you could find yourself with an invite to this lovely trial team!