Saturday, 8 March 2014

Skincare Saturday! Superdrug B. Pure Micellar Water


I'm developing a serious crush on Superdrug's own brands just lately. I love that almost everything is cruelty free and animal friendly. As I've been loving Micellar waters for cleansing lately, I just had to pick up this one. I had been previously using the LOreal version, however, I've fallen out with them regarding their sketchy animal testing policy and would prefer not to repurchase until I can find out a bit more. The B. Micellar water, on the other hand, is Leaping Bunny approved and marked suitable for Vegans so I'm entirely confident to use it. 


B. Pure Micellar Water - £2.47 for 150ml superdrug.com


  • Cleanses - Removes impurities and makeup.
  • Tones - Restores pH balance whilst keeping the skin supple.
  • Refreshes - with cucumber juice extract.
  • Ophthalmically approved.
  • Dermatologically approved.


  • This is a thoroughly decent little product. It's not as big a bottle as the LOreal version but, for the price, you can't grumble. I always felt like the product was dispensed too quickly from the bottle with the LOreal so I'm sure there was wastage there. Not the case here thankfully. I'm sure most micellar waters are used in the same way so I'll not bore you by commenting on application. This product really does the job and even had my mascara off in a flash without much effort. I tend to use micellar waters mainly for getting my makeup off prior to using another cleanser such as my Elemis Balancing Lime Blossom Cleanser but this one works fine on its own for when I'm having a lazy day. I normally follow it up with a Nip+Fab Glycolic Fix exfoliating pad and an appropriate moisturiser.

    Once again I'm really impressed with the quality of a Superdrug product as well as their prices. The B. range is slightly fancier than their regular own branded skincare and I've heard great things about the entire range. I may well dabble with their day/night creams once I've done with my current choices (I'm not going to be able to afford my Origins Night-a-Mins every time after all).

    The B. range by Superdrug is well worth investigating. They have a wide range of skincare and makeup items to choose from. You can view the full range at superdrug.com or check them out instore.

    Do you love Micellar Water for cleansing?? Do you have a favourite brand?? Have you tried the B. range yet??

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    3 comments

    1. I tried this last year & really liked it, I thought it was gentle and did a good job at breaking down my makeup. I want to try lots of products from B, they have a lovely range
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    2. I tried this a while ago and if I remember correctly I wasn't really blown away by it. It was ok, but I seem to remember it stinging my eyes a little

      Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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      1. To be honest a find a lot of the Micellar waters are pretty similar and it's hard to find one that 'stands out' from all of the many others. I tend to use them sparingly on the eyes as I had the same stinging problem with the Loreal wate

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