Olah! Look I am blogging so soon!! SO AMAZING! LOL Well don’t get too excited, this isn’t about my trip around Taiwan. This time around it’s a beauty blog, sort of about Taiwan. I got these make-up removers from Taiwan, they aren’t sold any where outside of Asia even though Biore is a known brand here in North America, you just can’t find this here (sad face). I’ve actually read reviews on this cleanser a while back and have always wanted to try it. But being stuck in North America where cheap, good drug store skin care just doesn’t exist, I had to opt for things that I could find on ebay such as the DHC cleaner (which is majorly expensive if you think about it). Anyways, during one of my many visits to the local drug/make up store in Taiwan, I saw this beauty, and it was on sale! So I got a smaller bottle (which I gave to my aunt cause she forgot to bring her own back) and tested it out in Taiwan. I fell in love. It works just as well as the DHC at half the price. The picture shows 2 versions, one is a oil (clear bottle), the other claims to be milk cleanser (in the white bottle). I wouldn’t call it milk so much as a gel. I was expecting lotiony consistency but it was more along the lines of a gel-ish oil cleanser (pictured below). I suppose the white-ish colour of the gel/oil makes it a “milk.” Who knows what the Japanese were thinking *shrugs* The pictures that follow are of the “milk” cleanser, I’ve tried the oil one in Taiwan and they both work about the same.
Alrighty, on to its performance! Picture below is my hand with waterproof or at least long lasting make up, as labelled.
Without a doubt, I hoarded these back to Canada. I have 2 bottles of the milk version and 2 bottles of the oil, I am currently using the milk version, not quite sure what I am going to do when I run out (the scary thought!!). They were a little less than 300NT (less than $10CND/USD) while on sale (I didn’t pay attention to how much regular price was, I think 400 something?).
So there is a slight difference between the 2 versions of the cleanser. The oil version doesn’t sting my eyes as much as the milk one, so if I ever get the chance to hoard them again, I’ll be hoarding the oil version.