26 August 2013

L'Oreal Skin Perfection Micellar Solution & Toner Review.

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A toner has become an essential item in my skin care routine and I'm always on the lookout for bargain buys on new products. I noticed the L'Oreal Skin Perfection range was on offer in both Boots and Superdrug, and as I was running out of toner I decided to grab these two new skincare products to try out.
The L'Oreal 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution was particularly interesting to me as I always wanted to try out Micellar Water, but never got round to picking one. This micellar solution is suitable for sensitive skin and does not contain alchohol or perfume, as well as being hypo-allergenic. It  dissolves makeup, unclogs pores, removes impurities, tones and soothes skin - all in one. A micellar solution works like a magnet which draws out impurities and oil from your skin which I thought is quite a cool concept! You apply the product onto cotton wool pads and hold over lashes, lips and lids for a couple of seconds, before simply wiping away.
You end up with fresh skin, and the L'Oreal 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution really does feel just like water but with the power of an effective makeup cleanser.
The L'Oreal Velvety-Soft Toner is a very different experience as most of the toners I used have been very fresh and left the skin feeling quite tight so I was used to that. The Skin Perfection toner removes impurities and leaves skin feeling silky smooth as well as toned, and is also suitable for sensitive skin. The toner feels silky and soft with the aroma of roses - a very pleasant experience on skin which has just been cleansed. Use this gentle toner morning and evening by applying a little bit of the product onto a cotton wool pad.
I found both of these products to be really good for such a cheap price and I would reccomend trying out the Micellar Solution to see how you like the concept of the product before going and spending £20 on something, which in the end you might find that the L'Oreal version is just as good.


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