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Recent Garnier Reviews

Cleansers -Garnier -Micellar Cleansing Water All-in-1 Waterproof

on 11/21/2017 9:22:00 AM


i only use this to remove my waterproof mascara and my choice brow product of the day so i can't say how it performs with face makeup. however, it removes my eye makeup effortlessly for the most part. the only time this has struggled a bit was when i was using the new l'oreal lash paradise waterproof mascara. but even then, with a few extra swipes i was still able to get the mascara off. it doesn't irritate my eyes, breakout my skin, or leave behind a greasy / oily mess. it's a great substitute for neutrogena and lancome bifacil eye makeup removers. it is also very economical. this huge bottle has lasted me well over 9 months with daily use. would definitely repurchase this over and over again.

Moisturizers -Garnier -Moisture Rescue Refreshing Gel-Cream

on 11/20/2017 9:35:00 PM


denatured alcohol as the THIRD ingredient in a MOISTURIZER. do not waste your money on this garbage.

4 of 5 people found this helpful.

Shampoo -Garnier -Whole Blends Legendary Olive

on 11/19/2017 1:49:00 AM


I can't say this a bad product, it's just not the right product for fine hair. My hair is fine, but also dry so I struggle to find shampoo and conditioner that are in the goldilocks zone. I had most recently been using Dove Daily Moisture, which dried my hair out. I had used the Whole Blends Honey Treasures line in the past and was very satisfied with it. Legendary Olive is just a bit too heavy for my fine hair and left it looking limp. Legendary Olive has a nice fragrance, and it didn't make my hair tangle up. Would not repurchase. This is probably best suited for thicker hair.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Masks -Garnier -SkinActive Repairing Honey Mask - Dry to Very Dry Skin

on 11/18/2017 11:42:00 AM


An OK face mask, but can't claim it did anything much for my skin, despite its claims to be repairing. It was reasonably easy to apply, although it had to be done quickly as the longer I left it, the stickier it got. It had what I describe as a 'typical' honey scent - slightly sweet with floral undertones - but it wasn't overpowering and didn't particularly linger once applied. Once removed my skin felt quite soft, but I didn't really notice any changes in the overall tone or brightness.

This - along with others from the range - was very cheap; 99p in my local Boots store. Which is the main reason I purchased it. I'm glad I tried it but on the basis it didn't really do a great deal for my skin, I won't be repurchasing.

Moisturizers -Garnier -Moisture Rescue Actively Hydrating Daily Lotion SPF 15

on 11/17/2017 1:55:00 PM


I've been using this product for about a year now and it works really well on my skin. I don't have overly sensitive skin, it is mature skin so I have fine lines, discoloration, and an occasional breakout, but that's usually brought on by poor nutrition and being lazy and going to bed without washing my face.

Its relatively cheap, I purchased a 118ml bottle at WalMart for about 10$. I use it only in the am before and then use a setting spray about 5 mins after so the lotion has time to absorb, then go on to apply makeup. I really like how the lotion feels when I apply it, it absorbs really fast, no greasy feeling afterward which I need as I have oily skin.

I do recommend this product especially at the price point, oh and there's spf 15 to boot!

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