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Removing make-up with B.Cosmetics

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I know B.Cosmetics is a brand I haven't previously been that nice about. Whilst it's great to have a cruelty-free and 100% vegan beauty brand so readily available on the British high street, I've never felt able to sing praises in terms of the quality of their products. However, despite my reviews on some stuff from their make-up collection I am really happy to confirm that they have some products that are excellent for removing make-up.

First up we have the Micellar Water, which has been raved about in cruelty-free circles and is tipped as a dupe for the much coveted Bioderm water (I've never looked into whether Bioderm is cruelty-free or not). It's water based so leaves no 'oily' feel on my face and the formula doesn't sting my eyes. I would still say the Pixi make-up remover is my favourite of all time however for a cheap product available in Superdrug this B.Cosmetics one is a great alternative (and vegan, I've okay'd Pixi as cruelty-free but not sure of vegan credentials as of yet).

Second up we have the make-up remover wipes, which are my favourite face wipes ever. I know you're not meant to use face wipes so rest assured I don't use these daily and do a proper cleanse of my face at night to remove all my foundation. However when I'm heading across to Dundee for a night out they are great just to throw in my bag without taking up much room (if I took my proper evening skincare routine with me it would take up quite a bit of my bag!) and for taking off my make-up either that night or 'morning after' when I'm a bit worse for wear. A feature of these I really like is the plastic flap as most face wipes come with some flimsy flap that is difficult to reseal (and can come apart and be lost!) letting the wipes dry up.

There's still a few other pieces in the B. range which relate to removing make-up which I'll no doubt pick up at some point - however right now I am very happy with these two products being a major part of my evening beauty regime.

Have you tried these two products? Any products from the B.Cosmetics range you think I should try?

Morag x
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  1. I really really really dislike the Micellar water but love the wipes! I use the micellar to clean my brushes now and instead use the Garnier one but that's not really too suitable for CF users x

    Charlotte / coloursandcarousels

  2. I'm in serious need of new makeup/cleansing wipes.

    Emma x

  3. I'm really interested in the Micellar water! Will definitely pick it up if I see it around.
    Water Painted Dreams xo

  4. Love the Micellar water, I've just run out and definitely need to pick up some more! x

  5. I didn't like the micellar water, it left me with a horrible sticky face. I have a couple of packs of the wipes from when there was a B. offer a few months ago, but I haven't used them yet. I just Googled Bioderma, and they sell in China (link below). So I guess that answers the question about them not being cruelty-free.

  6. The micellar water really stung my eyes when I used it :( shame that, but everyone is different. I might grab the wipes when I finally go through the end of my garnier ones, I don't use them often but they are damn handy to have around.

  7. I really want to try the micellar water! I loved the L'oreal one but since converting to cruelty free I haven't found a replacement. Will have to pick this one up from Superdrug soon :)

    Charlotte, xo


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