Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 18 May 2014

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Title

Sunday Territorian 18 May 2014

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2014-05-18

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English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/250745

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/552844

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26 LIFESTYLE SUNDAY MAY 18 2014 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 TELE01Z01BS - V1 b+s 12 at removing make-up, waterproof mascara, dirt and impurities. Instead of using soap and alcohol like regular cleansers, micellar waters contain tiny micelles a cluster of cleansing molecules mixed in a liquid that help to dissolve the impurities in your skin, similar to how washing detergent breaks down oil. Theres no need to even rinse, Gillies says. Just soak a cotton pad and wipe your make-up away. In fact, you dont even need to scrub your face with a face cloth. With the wider beauty industry eager to jump on the cleansing water bandwagon, more and more formulas are being introduced, and the need is there. Any beauty product thats capable of saving us time is going to be popular, Gillies adds. a fresh approach Its no surprise these deep cleaners are the next big thing. Given that consumer awareness is shifting to Models swear by it and make-up artists cant work without it. Eleanor Pendleton reveals what the fuss around micellar cleansing water is all about beauty Squeaky clean: The magic of micellar They used to be Frances best-kept skincare secret, but micellar cleansing waters have finally reached Australian shores. When these magic waters of skincare originally gained momentum in Paris during the 90s, women welcomed them as antidotes to the citys famously harsh water, which had a bad effect on their skin. Fastforward 20 years and one bottle of Bioderma Craline H2O the water that started it all is now sold every six seconds around the world. the gentle touch Cleansing waters are a staple item in beauty kits and are used by many of the industrys top players, so what makes this growing product category so special? Bonnie Gillies, make-up artist and founder of the beauty blog Ozbeautyexpert.com says: Theyre quick, easy and mess-free, and extremely gentle yet vigilantly effective PH O TO G r A P H y: S N A P P Er M ED IA TELE01Z01BS - V1 b+s 12 at removing make-up, waterproof mascara, dirt and impurities. Instead of using soap and alcohol like regular cleansers, micellar waters contain tiny micelles a cluster of cleansing molecules mixed in a liquid that help to dissolve the impurities in your skin, similar to how washing detergent breaks down oil. Theres no need to even rinse, Gillies says. Just soak a cotton pad and wipe your make-up away. In fact, you dont even need to scrub your face with a face cloth. With the wider beauty industry eager to jump on the cleansing water bandwagon, more and more formulas are being introduced, and the need is there. Any beauty product thats capable of saving us time is going to be popular, Gillies adds. a fresh approach Its no surprise these deep cleaners are the next big thing. Given that consumer awareness is shifting to Models swear by it and make-up artists cant work without it. Eleanor Pendleton reveals what the fuss around micellar cleansing water is all about beauty Squeaky clean: The magic of micellar They used to be Frances best-kept skincare secret, but micellar cleansing waters have finally reached Australian shores. When these magic waters of skincare originally gained momentum in Paris during the 90s, women welcomed them as antidotes to the citys famously harsh water, which had a bad effect on their skin. Fastforward 20 years and one bottle of Bioderma Craline H2O the water that started it all is now sold every six seconds around the world. the gentle touch Cleansing waters are a staple item in beauty kits and are used by many of the industrys top players, so what makes this growing product category so special? Bonnie Gillies, make-up artist and founder of the beauty blog Ozbeautyexpert.com says: Theyre quick, easy and mess-free, and extremely gentle yet vigilantly effective PH O TO G r A P H y: S N A P P Er M ED IA body+soul www.bodyandsoul.com.au TELE01Z01BS - V1 b+s 12 at removing make-up, waterproof mascara, dirt and impurities. Instead of using soap and alcohol like regular cleansers, micellar waters contain tiny micelles a cluster of cleansing molecules mixed in a liquid that help to dissolve the impurities in your skin, similar to how washing detergent breaks down oil. Theres no need to even rinse, Gillies says. Just soak a cotton pad and wipe your make-up away. In fact, you dont even need to scrub your face with a face cloth. With the wider beauty industry eager to jump on the cleansing water bandwagon, more and more formulas are being introduced, and the need is there. Any beauty product thats capable of saving us time is going to be popular, Gillies adds. a fresh approach Its no surprise these deep cleaners are the next big thing. Given that consumer awareness is shifting to Models swear by it and make-up artists cant work without it. Eleanor Pendleton reveals what the fuss around micellar cleansing water is all about beauty Squeaky clean: The magic of micellar They used to be Frances best-kept skincare secret, but micellar cleansing waters have finally reached Australian shores. When these magic waters of skincare originally gained momentum in Paris during the 90s, women welcomed them as antidotes to the citys famously harsh water, which had a bad effect on their skin. Fastforward 20 years and one bottle of Bioderma Craline H2O the water that started it all is now sold every six seconds around the world. the gentle touch Cleansing waters are a staple item in beauty kits and are used by many of the industrys top players, so what makes this growing product category so special? Bonnie Gillies, make-up artist and founder of the beauty blog Ozbeautyexpert.com says: Theyre quick, easy and mess-free, and extremely gentle yet vigilantly effective PH O TO G r A P H y: S N A P P Er M ED IA V1 - TELE01Z01BS b+s 13beauty 6 Darphin Azahar Cleansing Micellar Water ($32, meccacosmetica.com.au). This all-in-one product is gutsy enough to remove even the most stubborn pigmented lipsticks and remove all traces of makeup and oil while still leaving skin feeling fresh and soft. Its perfect for sensitive types who are prone to irritation, redness or rosacea. beauty products that are kinder to the skin and contain less harsh chemicals, Gillies says it wont be long before micellar cleansing waters become mass market. Why would you choose to put products laden with harsh chemicals onto your skin when a gentle, more refreshing alternative can do just as good a job, if not better? bright future Theres further good news: With more of these products being made available on the market, micellar cleansing waters will not only be more accessible but affordable, too, Gillies says. With everything from Biodermas original solution to more affordable fixes by the likes of Garnier, these lightweight, chemical-free cleansers will soon be as common as, well, water. we test the waters 2 Apot.Care Irido-Radiant Micellar Lotion ($60, meccacosmetica.com.au). Like a toner, this refreshing liquid balances the skin and removes impurities. Chamomile and cornflower water help to soothe, while antioxidants keep skin hydrated and ready for the next step in your skincare routine. iGarnier Skin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Water ($11.99, available at Priceline). This is the first mass-market micellar formula to hit beauty shelves and its just as gentle as the others. The clincher? The huge 400ml bottle offers up to 200 uses thats about 6 per application. 4 Biotherm Cleansing Micellar Water ($35, 1300 651 991). This instant make-up removing solution is parabenfree and contains thermal plankton. The result is that even the most sensitive skin is effectively cleansed. 5 Shiseido Pureness Refreshing Cleansing Water ($49, 1800 225 032). This oil- and alcohol-free water whisks away any nasties that can clog pores. It contains peony root and rosemary extract to control excess oil, fight bacteria and prevent blemishes. bodyandsoul.com.au Body +soul For more beauty product news, visit bodyandsoul.com.au/beauty 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 Bioderma Craline H2O Cleanser & Make Up Remover ($29.99, available at Priceline). This fragrancefree solution is the no-frills pioneer of cleansing water. Up until three years ago, you had to fly more than 16,000km to Paris to stock up on bottles of Bioderma. The gentle formula removes dirt, sebum and oil and is good for sensitive and intolerant skin. Before After 20 minute treatment bod y+s ou l Th e 'at -ho me fa cel ift' aw ard WI NN ER They used to be Frances best-kept skincare secret, but micellar cleansing waters have finally reached Australian shores. When these magic waters of skincare originally gained momentum in Paris during the 90s, women welcomed them as antidotes to the citys famously harsh water, which had a bad effect on their skin. Fastforward 20 years and one bottle of Bioderma Craline H2O the water that started it all is now sold every six seconds around the world. The genTle Touch Cleansing waters are a staple item in beauty kits and are used by many of the industrys top players, so what makes this growing product category so special? Bonnie Gillies, make-up artist and founder of the beauty blog Ozbeautyexpert.com says: Theyre quick, easy and mess-free, and extremely gentle yet vigilantly effective at removing make-up, waterproof mascara, dirt and impurities. Instead of using soap and alcohol like regular cleansers, micellar waters contain tiny micelles a cluster of cleansing molecules mixed in a liquid that help to dissolve the impurities in your skin, similar to how washing detergent breaks down oil. Theres no need to even rinse, Gillies says. Just soak a cotton pad and wipe your make-up away. In fact, you dont even need to scrub your face with a face cloth. With the wider beauty industry eager to jump on the cleansing water bandwagon, more and more formulas are being introduced, and the need is there. Any beauty product thats capable of saving us time is going to be popular, Gillies adds. a fresh approach Its no surprise these deep cleaners are the next big thing. Given that consumer awareness is shifting to beauty products that are kinder to the skin and contain less harsh chemicals, Gillies says it wont be long before micellar cleansing waters become mass market. Why would you choose to put products laden with harsh chemicals onto your skin when a gentle, more refreshing alternative can do just as good a job, if not better? brighT fuTure Theres further good news: With more of these products being made available on the market, micellar cleansing waters will not only be more accessible but affordable, too, Gillies says. With everything from Biodermas original solution to more affordable fixes by the likes of Garnier, these lightweight, chemical-free cleansers will soon be as common as, well, water. V1 - TELE01Z01BS b+s 13beauty 6 Darphin Azahar Cleansing Micellar Water ($32, meccacosmetica.com.au). This all-in-one product is gutsy enough to remove even the most stubborn pigmented lipsticks and remove all traces of makeup and oil while still leaving skin feeling fresh and soft. Its perfect for sensitive types who are prone to irritation, redness or rosacea. beauty products that are kinder to the skin and contain less harsh chemicals, Gillies says it wont be long before micellar cleansing waters become mass market. Why would you choose to put products laden with harsh chemicals onto your skin when a gentle, more refreshing alternative can do just as good a job, if not better? bright future Theres further good news: With more of these products being made available on the market, micellar cleansing waters will not only be more accessible but affordable, too, Gillies says. With everything from Biodermas original solution to more affordable fixes by the likes of Garnier, these lightweight, chemical-free cleansers will soon be as common as, well, water. we test the waters 2 Apot.Care Irido-Radiant Micellar Lotion ($60, meccacosmetica.com.au). Like a toner, this refreshing liquid balances the skin and removes impurities. Chamomile and cornflower water help to soothe, while antioxidants keep skin hydrated and ready for the next step in your skincare routine. iGarnier Skin Naturals Micellar Cleansing Water ($11.99, available at Priceline). This is the first mass-market micellar formula to hit beauty shelves and its just as gentle as the others. The clincher? The huge 400ml bottle offers up to 200 uses thats about 6 per application. 4 Biotherm Cleansing Micellar Water ($35, 1300 651 991). This instant make-up removing solution is parabenfree and contains thermal plankton. The result is that even the most sensitive skin is effectively cleansed. 5 Shiseido Pureness Refreshing Cleansing Water ($49, 1800 225 032). This oil- and alcohol-free water whisks away any nasties that can clog pores. It contains peony root and rosemary extract to control excess oil, fight bacteria and prevent blemishes. bodyandsoul.com.au Body +soul For more beauty product news, visit bodyandsoul.com.au/beauty 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 Bioderma Craline H2O Cleanser & Make Up Remover ($29.99, available at Priceline). This fragrancefree solution is the no-frills pioneer of cleansing water. Up until three years ago, you had to fly more than 16,000km to Paris to stock up on bottles of Bioderma. The gentle formula removes dirt, sebum and oil and is good for sensitive and intolerant skin. Before After 20 minute treatment bod y+s ou l Th e 'at -ho me fa cel ift' aw ard WI NN ER


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