Every time I go on vacay to some place busy and popular, I always hope to spot a celebrity (*be aware, my definition of celebrity is *very* loose). Very rarely has this ever happened. But, sometimes it *does* (*How you doin’, Harold?). Usually its a case of hearing other people’s brushes with fame.
On this part of our Pretend French Vacay the closest we are going to come to a celeb is in a makeup artist’s kit. In my Christmas Paris pack was a bottle of MUA’s fav, Bioderma Sensibo (*previously Cr`ealine) – a cleansing water that takes almost all makeup, including waterproof, except for the hardcore not going anywhere makeup that you would use an oil based cleanser on anyway. (*Yep, I talked about a different cleansing water yesterday when I talked about the Nuxe Cleansing Water with 3 Roses. Are you seeing a pattern here? I want the most effective cleansing method with the least amount of effort – some may call that lazy, I call it maximizing my…yeah, I’m lazy.)
When I say you will find this in most MUA’s kits, I’m not playing – this has truly reached cult status. It is famously used by MUA’s during Fashion Weeks, where the models are going from show to show, changing makeup each time & in trying not to tear up the models faces by the scrubbing off of the makeup, they use this gentle, but effective, cleanser to calm and clean the face. This particular line of Sensibio is Bioderma’s “Sensitive Skin” line – which is specifically for the dry, red, itchy skin that needs some extra gentle TLC. They also have lines for Oily/Combination skin, Irritated/Damaged skin and even a line for baby skin, among others.
So, while we may not see any celebs on our Pretend Vacay, we can at least feel like a celeb by using what is used on them with this – without having to deal with the paparazzi. Ha! Have you guys tried this, or any other cleansing waters? If so, lemme know what you think about them. I’d like to know if I’m the only one that is lazy, yet somewhat effective, in their cleansing at the end of the day.
(*I just remembered I had made a video to show you guys how the Sensibio works. See? I really like it.)