Bioderma Sensibio (previously known as Crealine) is well and truly a cult favourite online. I don't remember who first mentioned it but I definitely remember that it was a YouTuber. I'm sure you already know what it is but Bioderma Sensibio is an amazing, super gentle makeup remover. It is my holy grail makeup remover and I will never buy anything else again!
Now I have no idea why they changed the name of this from Crealine to Sensibio (French people, help me out?) but I'm glad to see that there is no change in formulation. This makeup remover is a Micellar Water, and it does basically just feel like a water when applied to the skin. I think how it works is the molecules grab the oil off your skin in a gentle way. If you would like to read an amazing scientific explanation of how this works, make sure you check out Michelle's blog post on the topic.
How I use Sensibio is I apply a liberal amount to a cotton pad, then I press and hold the cotton pad over my eye for about 15 seconds. Do not, and I repeat, do not pull or tug at your eyes with the cotton round. Your eye area is so sensitive, be gentle! When I pull the cotton pad away, 99% of my eye makeup will be on the cotton pad. I never ever EVER scrub at my eyes (or anywhere on my face for that matter). Nor should you! To remove the rest of the makeup on my face I wipe it away gently. I then proceed to cleanse my face a second time, with cleanser and water. This is another point I wanted to make, you need one cleanse to remove your makeup, and a second cleanse to clean the oil and dirt of the day off your face. Sensibio should be your first step, not your entire cleansing routine!
Now to the important part, where on earth can I find this miracle stuff?
The best place to get Sensibio that I have found is Escentual.com. They charge about $5 for shipping, and they stock all three sizes of it, in 100ml ($7.60), 250ml ($17.95) and 500ml ($24.70). I like to buy the 500ml size because it lasts me over 6 months. Oh and my package arrived in less than a week.
If you have sensitive eyes, or just want to try an amazing makeup remover I strongly recommend it!
Have you hopped on the Sensibio train?