H20 never heard of neither did the brief product synopsis on the transparent bottle with a twistable white cap got me anywhere. Hence reading was the logical thing before using unless of course I've purchased after being convinced by the beauty consultant.
Acclaimed as the 1st and only dermatological micellar water perfectly compatible for sensitive or any other skin type, Sensibio H2O solution gently cleanses by effectively micro-emulsifying impurities while maintaining the skin's balance (soap-free, physiological pH). Fragrance-free, alcohol-free and no phenoxyethanol, the soothing and decongesting active ingredients prevents irritation and guarantees excellent cutaneous and ocular tolerance (tested under ophthalmological supervision).
Water (Aqua), PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides, Propylene Glycol, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Mannitol, Xylitol, Rhamnose, Fructooligosaccharides, Disodium EDTA, Cetrimonium Bromide.
To use, soak a cotton pad with the ultra-mild cleansing formula and cleanse the face and eyes and or/to remove any make-up. Thereafter re-apply until the cotton pad becomes clean. Sensibio H2O as said does not need rinsing yet it’s essential to gently dry by dabbing the face with a clean cotton towel.
For my combination-sensitive skin, the solution is matter of convenience to free the face from make-up and for thorough cleansing. Though assured it does not sting the eyes, it hurts when it get into the eyes. Also since it’s a struggle to remove eye liner and water resistance mascara, I avoid the eye area. The solution does not leave a sticky residue but a generous splash of cold water is a must to wake up and refresh the face. Considered as a combination of toner, lotion, and makeup remover, the solution didn’t break up my skin.
All in all, it’s a good liquid cleanser to maintain the skin without stripping the natural oil. However, the packaging should be improved. A plastic stopper is the answer to prevent spillage and to dispense the liquid cleanser instead of the temptation of pouring more than enough or continuously dabbing cotton pad over the bottle.