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  • Micellar water is an all-in-one skincare product
  • Micellar water is an all-in-one skincare product
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Micellar water is an all-in-one skincare product

If you’re spending a laborious half an hour each evening going through the whole ‘cleanse, tone, moisturise’ routine, you clearly haven’t heard of micellar water. Set to simplify your skincare routine, this all-in-one magic potion could have you tossing in the towel and turning off the tap.

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