After running out of my usual Garnier Micellar water, I headed over to Boots to repurchase another bottle but alas, the shelves were empty! In it's place there was this bio-phase shake up style offering instead aimed at dry and sensitive skin, I picked it up purely because I needed a new micellar water and Garnier agrees with my skin, but I actually really like it!
Upon shaking it up, I just apply it as usual to a large cotton pad and swipe it around my face and take two separate ones for my eye make up. I would definitely say it removes more of my make up in a much gentler way, so if you have dry/sensitive skin, I would definitely recommend giving this a try over the original version, which I personally find pretty drying.
As Garnier had a three for two offer on I thought it would be rude not to take advantage of it so I picked up this Softening Toner as I had ran out of my La Roche Posay Serozinc (wahaaay too harsh for me) as well. Again, I was pleasantly surprised by this; I found that it picked up any makeup debris that the micellar had left behind and left my skin feeling soft and refreshed prior to cleansing. And for the price tag, I don't think you can ask for more.
My final pick of the 3 for 2 offer was this Garnier Skin Active Moisture Bomb, and I have to say what drew me to this were the words moisture bomb. I did not need a new moisturiser by any stretch of the imagination, remaining loyal to Clinique's Dramatically Different and Moisture Surge but this just really intrigued me. I have only used it a handful of times but it definitely delivers in terms of moisture for such a lightweight product. I like how compact this product is, the pump feature and how easy it will be to travel with, so if you are looking for an inexpensive, lightweight but very moisturising moisturiser then this might be the one for you.