The Skin Food Milk Shake Point Make Up Remover was created to remove eye makeup and water proof eye makeup. It’s a dual phase remover much like Lancome Bi-Facil which has to be shaken up (not stirred…little joke there) to be used.
The Skin Food, as you may already know from my past babblings, is a line available in Korea which is well known for it’s line of “good for you” skincare, makeup, and body care products. I’ve been busy exploring the line further lately and only have great things to say about it.
Jump ahead to hear what I think about The Skin Food Milk Shake Makeup Remover.
God, I really love this stuff but the cloudy vision after use terrifies me. Dontcha just hate cleansing oils and makeup removers that cloud your eyes for a minute or two? I’m totally terrified during those brief few minutes when my eyes are completely blurry and cloudy. I totally start panicking and rinsing with cold water to get my vision back to normal as quick as possible. I guess I’m paranoid but anything that has to do with my eyes always freaks me out.
The Skin Food Milk Shake Make Up Remover is a rather fab remover but it’s down fall could be the cloudy vision prob after use.
I kinda dig the name don’t you? Milk Shake Make Up Remover…how freaking cute is that? I get a vision of a 60’s diner and a girl in a poodle skirt slurping down a milk shake while her Elvis look alike boyfriend eats a cheeseburger!
The remover comes in a large plastic bottle and is made up of two phases. One is the purple oil phase and the other a moisturizing milky formula that’s lilac. Shake it up and swipe over heavily made up eyes. This guy removes waterproof mascara, heavy eyeshadow, liner, the works….whatever you throw at it, it’ll remove without a problem. The formula is very gentle and manages to feel hydrating without leaving behind a greasy, oily film. The size is very generous for the Korean price and I can easily see it becoming HG (holy grail) if it wasn’t so difficult to get within the US and if it didn’t give me a bad cause of blurry vision.
Overall, a fabulous eye makeup remover with a small irritating quirk. If I’m honest I probably won’t buy again because of the problem I mentioned but I can’t help but recommend it since it’s rare I find a remover that attacks eye makeup so very well and gets it ALL off in one swipe.
Likey lots. Now if I could just get over my cloudy vision…..
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