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Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

If you’ve been waiting for Revolution to launch a micellar water, well, today they’ve launched three! The Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection launch follows up from the launch of the Revolution Skincare x Jake Jamie Jakemoji Blemish Stickers which launched last week.

Technically, Revolution have a micellar water with their Planet Revolution range, but there’s three new micellar waters with their main Revolution Skincare range, and keep on reading to find out more…

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Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

Like keeping your routine simple? These micellar waters are your multi-purpose minimalist heroes!Use as part of a simple cleansing routine to remove makeup and impurities, revealing clean and refreshed skin!

The Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection includes three different formulas, to treat different skin concerns. Each of the three formulas have a 400ml / 13.52 fl. oz clear plastic bottle, but the price differs from formula to formula, with one being £5, and two being £6 which is a little strange.

Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

First in the Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection is the Revolution Skincare Aloe Vera Micellar Water, which is fragrance free and is said to be a gentle formulation.

Making it ideal for those with sensitive skin. It’s described as having a calming formula, and it’s packaged within a mint green bottle.

Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

Next we have the Revolution Skincare Niacinamide Pore Refining Micellar Water, and niacinamide is known to ease redness and other inflammatory skin conditions, whilst keeping skin smooth and hydrated. It’s also though to have another benefit, of naturally reducing pore size over time, whilst regulating oil.

Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection

The final formula within the Revolution Skincare Micellar Water Collection is the Revolution Skincare Vitamin C Brightening Micellar Water.

This micellar water is a good addition to the brand’s existing vitamin C range, and will be good for those that prefer to use vitamin C enriched skincare products. 

Even though the price differs from £5 to £6, they’re super affordable micellar waters, and they’re competitively priced with Garnier’s micellar waters, which are currently the bestselling micellar waters, and all three formulas are available right now.

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