Day: 20/03/2012

Sponsored Review: Enavose FloraComfort Micellar Cleansing Water

Enavose FloraComfort Micellar Cleansing Water’s going for $29 instead of the usual $45 !

The promotion price is almost close to the higher end cleansers sold at drugstores!

Great opportunity to try this product out especially if you’re trying to find a fuss-free cleanser that refines your pores, smoothens and calms sensitive skin :)



I was really excited to try out this product as I was looking for a 2-in-1 cleanser & toner skincare product that could eliminate the need for me to go through all the hassle of rinsing my face with water and having to always have a clean facial towel on hand to dry my face every morning and evening. Prior to using this cleansing water, I was using SKII’s Facial Treatment Clear Lotion, which did quite a good job in removing dirt from my pores after cleansing. However, as we all know, products from such a brand’s still kind of expensive for a student like me and it only functions as a toner, meaning that I’d need to purchase a separate cleanser to cleanse my skin thoroughly.

I’ve to be honest and say that i’m not a huge fan of the floral rosewater-like smell in this product but then again it’s nothing too overwhelming and I could very well live with it as I’m very impressed with this cleansing water. Unlike many cleansing waters available out there in the market, it didn’t sting the raw acne wounds that I had then. It also did a great job in removing the dirt in my pores as traces of beige foundation were seen on the cotton pads even after I’d removed all makeup with an oil based makeup remover. I was really surprised that it also helped to reduce the redness of the inflamed breakout sites that I’d on my forehead and visible results were seen in about 5 days. I use a calamine and salicylic acid based acne overnight treatment for my breakouts and had absolutely no problems with removing dry patches of calamine with cotton pads soaked with 4 pumps of cleansing water each. You’ll definitely use much lesser product if your skin is free from any overnight acne treatment.

Packaging wise, I’m glad that it came with a use-friendly pump that dispenses the cleansing water easily. I wished that the bottle could be made a little translucent so that I could have a rough idea of when I’ll be running out of it. As a very satisfied reviewer, I’m more than happy to repurchase this product at the promotional price of $29 (U.P $45) since it refreshes my skin, is very convenient for traveling use, cleanses my skin thoroughly and soothes my acne-prone skin. If this cleansing water does prove to work even after the 2nd repurchase, then I wouldn’t even mind buying it at the original price of $45 as it’s definitely more affordable than other departmental skincare brands that start from about $70 onwards.¬†The only bad aspect of using this product is the increased usage of cotton pads, however, it’s not a deal breaker for me since the product’s proven its efficiency for me and is very cost saving since it functions both as a cleanser and toner.

I’m planning to purchase this product again at the Enavose Store when I run out of it and perhaps, some other skincare products targeted at acne-prone or combination skin types :)

Enavose has 2 flagship store in Singapore, so if you’re interested in heading down to try the items out yourself, here’re the details:

1. Enavose Concept Store

Suntec City Mall, Tower 3, #02-079/081

2. Enavose Beauty Counter

Tangs, Vivo City Beauty Hall