|Bee Good Cleansing Water|
I got this as part of the British Beauty Blogger The Dream Box back in June and I was a tad slow in trying this. I had a stash of Micellar waters, so I have excuses…however I’m pleased I finally got around to trying it!
This retails for £10 for 100ml from the Bee Good website, it is also available from Waitrose in store, you can find out stockists close to you on their website.
The ingredients include moisturising British wild flower honey, brightening red algae and refreshing wild water mint. It claims to be a 3-in-1 Cleansing Water that removes makeup, cleanses and tones the skin, no water needed! I can confirm it definitely did remove my makeup quite easily with minimal effort required, both eye makeup and face makeup. Generally I did use a second cleanser for my second step but there was only a small amount of makeup left which I was impressed with. I did try it as a stand alone cleanser on the days that I wasn’t wearing makeup and it did leave my skin feeling refreshed. My skin didn’t complain when I did this but I don’t think I would do it particularly often, but very handy on those lazy days! I even swapped out my go to Liz Earle refreshing toner for this and I did like it as a toner as well. I do think this had a positive effect on my skin and it was less drying that other cleansing waters and I do think this is a multifunctional product.
I would actually prefer this over my Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water, the only gripe is the cost. Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water retails for £4.99* for 400ml and as you may know, I’m on a budget at the minute. I do find the Garnier version more drying on my skin but it is better suited to those of us on a budget sadly!
I am tempted to try more from their range…maybe when I’ve used up some more of my stash. For now, I love this, it’s refreshing, it takes off all my makeup easily and if you have the budget I would recommend it. I would like to support a company with such good ethics and I hope to in future.
Thanks for reading!