We all love wearing mascara! It is the final touch that really opens up our eyes and lasts all day. Unfortunately, its best quality is also its worst disadvantage: it is stubborn and leaves marks, even after removing your makeup with a regular cleanser. What’s the easiest and safest way to remove mascara?

Tips for removing mascara


First of all, never rub your eyelashes when you remove your eye makeup! This could lead to losing or weakening them. Eye makeup should always be removed as gently as possible.

An excellent makeup remover solution is to use micellar water. Made of purified water and micelles, this colloidal solution attracts all traces of makeup, without harming the lashes. If you wear waterproof mascara, Garnier’s Micellar Water still works! This product is suitable for all skin types, especially as it doesn’t require any rinsing. Simply sprinkle a few drops onto a cotton pad, then gently press the micellar water on your closed eyes. Soft strokes downwards will finish the job. Don’t forget: no rubbing! The micellar cleansing water works all on its own, attracting all dirt and makeup.

Micellar water: a miraculous makeup remover


Micellar water is known as “miraculous” because it removes everything without harming the skin. Thanks to this hydrating cleanser, taking off mascara is no longer a chore! And since you don’t need to rub the skin, this makeup remover helps slow the aging process of your skin around the eyes.

And that’s not all. Micellar water is effective on all areas of the face, which means that you can now remove your makeup in just one step. Every night, before going to bed, add a few drops of micellar water to a cotton pad, and bam! Your face is clean, fresh, and your pores are completely free and hydrated.

Why you should always remove your eye makeup


We can never repeat it enough: take off your makeup before going to bed, period! Leaving your makeup on is the worst thing you can do for your skin. Same thing for your lashes! When you don’t remove your mascara, the product slowly runs into your eyes. The result? You wake up with reddened, puffy eyes.

Even worse, mascara that is left on all night may cause you to lose some lashes – it’s obvious, isn’t it? But now you don’t have any more excuses for not removing your eye makeup, even if you’re wearing waterproof mascara. Take a few seconds, soothe and cleanse your lashes with micellar water. The long-term results for your skin and eye health will only be better!