up & up 3-in-1 Micellar Cleansing Water vs. Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water

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These products smell and function similarly, but up & up feels more like oil which is not what we were going for! No greasy 'water' for us!

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anonymous

01/07/2019

Garnia dried my face out reallly bad

Carli

03/24/2019

Didn't like the consistency of the Target brand & had to use more for the same result

B

04/29/2019

I have not tried the Garnier (only the Neutrogena micellar water for normal/oily skin) but the Target doesn’t clean as well as the other brands I’ve tried, and leaves more residue. Leave it if you have oily skin.

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