One of these products sells every 3 seconds around the world

Images: Mia Freedman is super excited about how much of her TV makeup the Bioderma Crealine H2o cleanser is removing.

One of these cleansers is sold ever three seconds around the world, and previously to get our fix we’d have to bribe friends to bring back bottles of it from Paris, but good news! You can now buy it here in Australia.

Wait what is it? Tell me more. Bioderma Crealine H20 is a micellar water, otherwise known as a waterless cleanser, it’s a soap-free, alcohol-free, fragrance-free, gentle makeup remover that doesn’t leave an oily residue or affect the skin’s natural balance. It was originally prescribed only by dermatologists, then makeup artists and skincare professionals caught on. By word of mouth it’s become the biggest cult cleanser in the world.

How does a cleansing water work? The micelles (an aggregate of molecules in a colloidal solution, such as those formed by detergents) help capture fatty molecules such as dirt, oil, and make-up, leaving sensitive, intolerant skin cleansed and soothed without reddening the face. It’s gentle enough for rosacea sufferers and post-surgery skin.

How to you use it? Soak a cotton pad with Bioderma Créaline H2O and cleanse your face and eyes. No rinsing is required. You can take off all your makeup in 10 seconds flat.

How much is it? $19.95 for 100ml, $29.95 for $250 ml, $39.95 for 500ml.

Where do I buy it? Online from Adore Beauty, Priceline and Terry White (and some selected) chemists.

What else do I need to know? Bioderma will re-launch the Crealine product as SENSIBIO (SENSItivity + BIOlogy). The cult cleansing water Crealine H2O and anti-redness cream Crealine AR will now be known as Sensibio h2O and Sensibio AR. Bioderma will also launch four new products to the Australian market – Sensibio Mask, Sensibio Light and Rich, Sensibop Eye Contour Gel, all available from 1st September.

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