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Sukin Micellar Cleansing Water |Review

Hello, lovelies! Anther Monday, another week. I hope all of you had a great weekend, no matter where you are. 🙂

I have been using the Sukin Micellar Cleansing Water for quite a while. I think it’s time for me to write a review about it. In general, I love micellar water. I use it to remove my makeup every night before I wash my face with a gel or a cream cleanser.


If you have never heard about the brand. It’s an Australian natural skin care brand. The company promotes affordable skincare product that “doesn’t cost the earth”. All their products are vegan, cruelty free and made from naturally derived ingredients.


Sukin claims that this Micellar Cleansing Water is “infused with gentle Aloe Vera to thoroughly remove make-up and dirt build up, whilst soothing and purifying the complexion. A refreshing blend of Chamomile and Cucumber calms, leaving skin lightly hydrated and clean. This product can be left on skin, there is no need to wash it off. “.

It says the micellar cleansing water is Paraben and Sulphate free and suitable for all skin types. It can also be used to remove waterproof eye makeup.

Key Ingredients:

Cucumber: calm and reduce irritation on the skin.

Aloe Vera: soothe and hydrate skin.

Chamomile: antiseptic and anti-inflammatory.

My experience:

  • Usage: I normally soak 2-3 cotton pads with the water. Wipe my face and eyes with the cotton pads to remove any makeup I have for the day.
  • Scent: the scent is mild and sweet. I’m not sure what the scent is though. I couldn’t find any information about it.
  • Price: AUD 9.95/250ml

The Verdict:

The Sukin Micellar Cleansing Water removes my foundation and eyeshadow very well. It’s convenient when travel because I don’t have to wash my face after using it. It doesn’t dry my skin, and it leaves my skin smooth and soft. It’s inexpensive as well.

However, I found it does not do a good job to remove my mascara and eyeliner. I have to hold the cotton pad on my eyes for few seconds to get a better result. The downside about this water is that it stings my eyes whenever I use it to remove eye makeup. I don’t know if it does that for everyone.

Overall, it’s ok. I have almost finished the bottle. I think I will not buy it again only because it stings when I use it around my eyes.

I hope you find the review helpful. Thanks for stopping by.

I hope you have an amazing day! xx


  1. great info thank you for sharing! have you found another cleansing water you like better for eye makeup removal? looking for one myself, with more natural ingredients like this one

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    • Happy New Year! Thanks for stopping by. So far my go to one is still Bioderma. I have tried a different one last week with natural ingredients. It stung my eyes again. So no luck so far. 🙁


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