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Precleanse vs Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse = what we thought when we tried it!

Precleanse vs Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse = what we thought when we tried it!

We, at UK Beauty Club, are thrilled to announce the launch of Dermalogica’s latest product - Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse Cleansing Oil! This powerful formula is designed to revolutionize your cleansing routine by delivering exceptional skincare benefits that will leave your skin feeling refreshed, revitalized, and radiant. In this article we will go over the key features and benefits of this newbie as well as what we thought of the product when we tried it ourselves! 

Dermalogica Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse is a ground-breaking product that is specifically formulated to provide complete pre-cleansing of the skin, prepping it for cleansing while also supporting its natural balance. The formula contains a unique blend of prebiotics and plant extracts that work together to remove impurities, makeup, and oils, without stripping the skin of its natural oils.

The product also contains micellar technology that helps to effectively cleanse the skin of even the most stubborn and waterproof makeup.

Dermalogica Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse provides a host of benefits that are unparalleled in the current skincare market.

  1. The prebiotic complex helps to restore and maintain the natural balance of the skin's microbiome, improving overall skin health.


  1. The micellar technology incorporated in the product helps to remove even the most stubborn makeup and impurities, without stripping the skin of its natural oils.


  1. Other plant extracts present in the formula such as Bergamot Fruit Oil, Apricot Kernel and Cucumber provide nourishment and hydration to the skin, leaving it feeling soft, smooth, and supple.


Overall, Dermalogica Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse is a game-changer in the world of cleansers. This product helps to provide complete cleansing of the skin, while also supporting its natural balance, leaving you with healthy, radiant, and glowing skin.


Our product review


Charley (beauty team)

Age – 30

Skin type – Dry to very dry skin


I recently tried the Dermalogica Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse and after being so set on the                    original Precleanse formula, I didn't know if I would be swayed towards this new version...


Product texture and scent - 5/5


Let me begin by saying that the texture of this product is amazing. It comes out as a milky consistency rather than the oily formula of the original which may sit better with those that have oily skin or skin that's a little more susceptible to breakouts. I tend to be on the drier skin end of the scale so I did feel a little sceptical about how the consistency would be for me, but actually it turned out to be just as nourishing as the oil version without the heavier feel that oil can sometimes leave on the skin, so I was very pleasantly surprised!


Cleansing - 4/5


After applying the Prebiotic Micellar Precleanse to my face (with a light make-up coverage), the product did quickly get to work in removing traces of make-up and lathered up really nicely when in contact with water, but I would say I needed to use a little more product than the original Precleanse to get the same effect of complete make-up removal and skin-prep for cleansing. Most importantly though, my skin didn't feel tight or stripped at all when using this and feel it’s a great choice for those looking for a high-quality skin prep product before cleansing.


Overall, I would not hesitate to use this as part of my skincare routine - for me, it is best used in the morning before I wear make-up and I would most likely stick to the original Precleanse as part of my night-time routine where I need slightly more hydration and power for make-up removal, but I do believe those with oily or breakout-prone skin would especially benefit from having this as a staple part of their skincare routine!

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