Makeup Revolution Pro Cleanse Makeup Removing Cleansing Water Review

Lately I’ve been very under the weather and since I have been prescribed new medication for my skin problems, it appears I have only more. If you have been with Non-Fiction Beauty for a while now, you will know I have always struggled with oily skin, combination at it’s worst. Since using this medication, my skin has become extremely sensitive and dry. It is quite sore to touch at times as my skin isn’t used to such an intense treatment, but whilst it is going through this phase I have been trying to use light products on my face so that it does not get irritated any further.

I have quite a few cleansers now, it’s quite funny as I went from having none to having a little family of them. However, all but one were a little too harsh for my skin for the time being.

Meet the Facial Cleansing Water by Makeup Revolution.

This stuff has been my saviour as of late. Before my skin became sore and sensitive, I wasn’t as keen on it as I like a cleanser is quite heavy. Now, however, it has been my go to for facial cleansing. What I like most about this is that even when I feel too lazy to take my makeup off, it’s still so easy and convenient. Makeup Revolution claims it is formulated to gently remove all traces of makeup, impurities and surface grime. Does it do the job? Yes. Gently? Indeed.

Granted, it’s not as powerful as micellar water as this is merely a cleansing water, but it is also formulated with vitamins A, B and C which are vital for the skin!

Vitamin A:

  • Gently exfoliates leaving the skin more smooth and even tones
  • Decreases sebum production (the nasty stuff that forms acne)
  • Reduces the symptoms of rosacea

Vitamin B:

  • Enhances glowiness of the skin
  • Reduces fine lines
  • Decreases hyperpigmentation

Vitamin C:

  • Reduces sun burns
  • Increases the production of collagen
  • Heals and protects skin cells

What’s more, this cleanser is alcohol and fragrance free, which is great for all the gals who suffer with sensitive skin!

I find when wearing medium-heavy eye makeup, the cleanser does not remove it as well, so I tend to remove as much as I can and then use a different cleanser. Having said that, when I first used this I tried removing my makeup with a baby wipe beforehand and when I swiped my face over with a dipped cotton ball, there was still a fair amount of grime on my face that it picked up!

My verdict?:eyes::thought_balloon:

This is a product worth buying especially in the colder months, as a gentle product it is needed during times when our skin becomes dull or sensitive. There is not too much of a fuss to use this (I’m really lazy when it comes to face cleansing) and I can safely say it has been in my skincare routine for a couple of weeks now. I would highly recommend this to anyone with sensitive skin or just dull skin that needs reviving a little bit. It is an excellent buy considering how much you get for the price too (250ml), you can buy this cleanser for £5.00 here.

Are any cleansers catching your eye at the moment? Which ones are you loving?

Take care for now my lovelies, :kiss:

** This product was sent to me from Makeup Revolution. Please note that although this blog is PR friendly, these reviews are nothing but honest and being sent samples does not influence my opinions about them.


Louise Yafai

Louise is the founder of Non-Fiction Beauty. She studies Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy and has an addiction to sweetcorn.

1 Comment
  1. Hmm if it’s not as efficient as micellar water then I’d be worried it’s not cleaning my face properly. Having said that, 99% of the time I use a proper cleansing gel afterwards, so this should be fine. x

    Renata | <a href=””> <b>Speaking Beauty UK</b> </a>

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