Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water Review + Garnier Miracle Anti-Fatigue Wake-up Hydra Gel Moisturizer Review



As part of the Chick Advisor Product Review Club, I recently tried out two products from Garnier – Garnier SkinActive Miracle Anti-Fatigue Wake-up Hydra Gel Moisturizer and Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water.

Check out my review below, and if you’ve tried either of these products let me know what you thought in the comments!



Xoxo Mandy



  1. Christine Broughton
    February 18, 2016 / 12:21 am

    Good job on your video #garnierskinactive @Chickadvisor

  2. marie s
    February 18, 2016 / 3:38 am

    I’m really enjoying these products myself. The cleansing water is unbelievable. It cleans really well and does not feel harsh on my face.

    • February 28, 2016 / 12:09 pm

      UPDATE #4 01/18/12: I continue to use the Garnier twice a day. Nothing has ceagnhd since my last update around 6 weeks ago. It’s a good product but will only do so much for the dark spots. They are lighter than when I first started with this, but not gone. The tube is almost used up, I won’t re-purchase. Good luck with your attempt at spot removal! ****************************************************************UPDATE #3 12/01/11: Sorry, a couple days late on my update. My spots look the same as a month ago. No change. I tried something new, the Peter Thomas Roth Unwrinkle Peel Pads, but they made me so dry I quit using those. Now I’m back to the Garnier as at least it’s not drying. But as far as the dark spots being completely eliminated, I don’t think anything over-the-counter will do that.*****************************************************************UPDATE #2 10/28/11: Another month has passed. Not much has ceagnhd, the smaller dark spots are the same as a month ago. It’s funny that the largest dark spot now looks like 3 smaller freckles, so I notice the most change on my largest spot. Hyper-pigmentation .I’m not so sure this works for that. I’m halfway through the tube so unless things change, I will probably not buy another tube. I’m also taking a star off my rating, 3 stars means It’s OK . I’ll see you again in another month!*****************************************************************UPDATE #1 09/28/11: As of today’s date, I have been using this 2 months. There is now a very noticeable change in my dark spots, but they are still not 100% gone yet. Most of the time I use this 2 times/daily. Twice a day seems to have kicked it up a notch and I recommend 2X a day if your skin can handle it.*****************************************************************I have dry, sensitive skin, a couple of dark spots and some hyper-pigmentation from tanning bed use years ago. I’ve been using this for a month, a minimum of 1X a day, 2X a day when I remember to use it at night. (I purchased mine at Wal-Mart, but it’s cheaper here at Amazon; however, Amazon can’t keep it in stock since it’s so popular).It’s a very thin, white lotion, almost like a serum. The directions say to apply daily over face and neck. Applying it twice a day hasn’t bothered my sensitive skin.Garnier markets this as both a dark spot remover and a moisturizer; if your skin is oily you probably won’t need additional moisture, but I do since I’m dry. Either skin type, oily or dry, you still need to apply an SPF over this or the spots will come back! I use the Loreal Youth Code SPF 30 from their starter kit: So far, so good, my dark spots/hyper-pigmentation are starting to fade.

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