I was actually in London Heathrow the first time I came across Bioderma micellar water. Flying from Dallas to London is not a particularly hard flight but when you get across the pond, you want to freshen up immediately and Heathrow is like a mall for skincare products (along with luxury retail shops). Now I use micellar water two or three times a day minimum. I outlined my morning and night skincare routines here if you’re interested in where micellar water fits in the steps.
Bioderma Sensibio H20 is one of the best products available. As you can see, I use the liquid formula but also buy the wipes for when I’m on the go. In Europe, I can find them anywhere but in the States, I have to order them on Amazon.
Avène is the other one I buy in Europe. This stuff is magic in a bottle. My skin really likes it too. Again, American readers have to go to Amazon or some other online source more than likely. It’s not easy to find stateside.
Simple Skincare can be found just about everywhere in the U.S. (Costco had a multipack with a travel size bottle). This one has the best price point for any budget.
Thayers Witch Hazel is not a micellar water but I actually switch this rose petal toner out for micellar water from time to time in my skincare process.