Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Caudalie Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water

Bioderma initially introduced me to cleansing waters, but there's a whole lot of options on the market from other brands. I've been testing out Caudalie's Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water* ($28 CAD/6.7oz), which is made from organic grape water, organic chamomile extract, and plant glycerin, among other ingredients.

Caudalie Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water

"A soap-free cleansing water that effectively removes makeup while cleansing and toning the skin." - Sephora

Caudalie's Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water is packaged in a tall green plastic bottle that is made from 50% recycled plastic. The cap screws off, and there's a plastic stopper to help control the amount of product being dispensed. I pour a few drops of this cleansing water onto a cotton ball, and remove my makeup at night. This formula is incredibly gentle, but super effective. I use this on both my eyes, face, and lips, and everything comes off without having to rub or scrub! I was surprised to find that this will even remove stubborn waterproof mascara! I haven't had any issues with irritation, and my eyes can tend to be quite sensitive, especially in allergy season. Caudalie recommends to not rinse this off, but I do like to wash my face after removing makeup, just to ensure that every last trace of makeup is removed. This water has a very light scent that is comprised of orange and lemon blossom, watermelon, and mint leaves.

Caudalie Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water

Caudalie makes some amazing skincare products, and I'm quickly falling back in love with the brand! If you have sensitive skin, or you just enjoy gentle products, then I think you'll really love Caudalie's products and brand philosophy. I'm really enjoying their Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water, and this tall bottle should last me ages! 

Have you tried any cleansing waters? Which formula is your favourite?

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12 comments:

  1. How can you not rinse this off? Who just removes their makeup with a remover and go straight to bed??
    But that's good to hear that it works with waterproof mascara, I shall try this one asap!

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    1. I know lol that confused me too! I would definitely recommend using a cleanser after removing your makeup :)

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  2. This sounds really nice! Love that it's made with grapes :)

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    1. Doesn't that just make it seem that much more extravagant? :)

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  3. So happy to see a cleansing water available in the US haha! Definitely plan on trying this soon! I was eyeing a caudalie kit from sephora the other day, MUST BE A SIGN ;)

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    1. Oh what a coincidence!! Hope you like it too :)

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  4. Oh neat, so it's meant to be used before cleansing and not after? Most cleansing waters I've used are for after cleansing.

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    1. Oh I've never heard of a cleansing water that you use after cleansing! Are you thinking of toners?

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    2. Haha maybe! I usually use a cleansing oil to remove my makeup and then a toner or cleansing water after my cleanser to finish off.

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    3. Ohh kk makes sense! It would definitely work well that way too :)

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  5. Ooh this sounds wonderful, I'll have to try it out after I finish the one I'm currently using (L'Oréal Sublime Miscellar Water - which is awesome btw!).

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    1. I've heard such great things about the L'Oreal formula! It's on my shopping list :)

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