Thursday, January 12th, 2012

NARS Makeup Removing Water Launches

Soap-free, oil-free, and alcohol-free, our Makeup Removing Water is the gentle, yet effective way to kick off your skincare routine. The water formula easily sweeps away makeup and tones the skin, without having to rub. Infused with cucumber, chamomile and hyaluronic acid, Makeup Removing Water leaves skin feeling soft, soothed and refreshed. Saturate a cotton pad with product, gently smooth over entire face and follow with your recommended NARS cleanser. The result: purified, toned, glowing skin. Non-comedogenic, fragrance-free, and dermatologist and ophtamologist tested. $28.00.

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10 thoughts on “NARS Makeup Removing Water Launches

  1. Hi Crhistine… it is a MICELAR water?…

    I think is very expensive ;(

    Thank you!

  2. Chelsea G.

    Seriously though… $28 for a bottle of fancy-ed up water?

  3. I’m not sure how well NARS Makeup Removing Water with remove waterproof makeup. But I use Embryolisse Lotion Micellaire (No Rinse Make-Up Remover) as a final toner after removing makeup and washing my face to purge and reaming traces of makeup in my pores. The way NARS describes this product reminds me of this.

  4. Jessica

    I wonder if this is similar to the Bioderma makeup remover that I’ve been hearing a lot about on YouTube? It’s supposed to look and feel like water but take off makeup really well.

  5. karen

    I think that clean and clear, soap, and water are just fine for me. 28.00 for that?? No way!!! Love NARS but not that much.

  6. chelsea

    28 bucks for acid water? I think not.

  7. Alison

    This sounds very similar to the mineralized cleanser that MAC just released. I bought the MAC one thinking that it is a traditional cleanser but it’s not and this one from NARS lists really similar ingredients. The one from MAC is still $23…I am debating returning it.

  8. Sounds similar to Lancome’s Eau Fraiche Douceur cleansing water. I love that stuff. Lancome’s is ~$35 a bottle.