Recently, I’ve gone into a makeup remover frenzy – I’ve suddenly become very obsessed over purging every single molecule of dirt from my skin. Besides whipping out my Philips VisaPure to use (yes yes, review coming up soon). So far, I’ve only been using my Biore Makeup Remover wipes but nowadays, I find myself venturing into the previously unexplored realms of other cleansing products.. ooh…
- It comes in a plastic bottle that’s opaque (which isn’t helpful when you wanna gauge how much product is left), and a pump dispenser system.
- The scent is such a refreshing green apple scent that I super loves.
- Just 1-2 pumps is enough to soak the entire cotton pad.
- Make sure that it’s almost completely absorbed by the pad before pressing against your eyes (or it’ll end up seeping into your eyes). It won’t hurt even if it does, but it does give you slight blurry vision for a bit.
- Press it gently against your eyes (or lips) for about 5-15 seconds (depending on how much war paint you’ve got on) and it all comes away so easily.
- For all the ladies who wear double eyelid tape like I do – BUY THIS. I’ve been having some problem removing the sticky residue (a love child of the oil from my lids and the stickiness from the tape) with my Biore Remover Wipes. This emulsion removes it soooo easily and quickly without having to rub or pull on the lids. It’s literally just press, hold, and lift (the pad) and it’s gone!
- It removes the toughest and most smudgeproof eyeliner I have – The Face Shop Maxx Eye Twinkle Pen liner, and also removes lip colour (my Vidi Vici Creamy Touch Lipstick that stays on the entire day) quite effectively and leaves the lips feeling soft and moisturised.
- The sales person said that it wasn’t for the face, but hey, when I’m feeling lazy, I just use anything that’s within reach. This emulsion removes face makeup relatively effectively as well, but because it requires several cotton pads’ worth of product, it’ll run out more quickly than I’d like it to.
Overall, I’d totally recommend this to anyone, everyone and everybardy. 😀 Perhaps it’s time I check out Singapore’s Innisfree to suss out the price. I can’t quite remember how much I bought this for, but I’m guessing it’s in the range of KRW10,000-12,000.