Beauty Abroad: Bihada Ichizoku Makeup Remover Cream Review
How’s life treating you? I’ve been a bit swamped this week but trying to struggle on through. Kinda looking forward to the weekend so I can get a little relaxin’ in! I think I wanna see Chloe with Amanda Seyfried on Friday, kinda a mature film for her eh?
Anyway on to the makeup! Or in this case cleanser.
If you’re seeking a gentle cleanser you may like Bihada Ichizoku Makeup Remover Cream.
Bihada Ichizoku Makeup Remover Cream is a manga inspired cream cleanser available in Japan. It’s a cream remover so it’s pretty gentle and hydrating on skin. Nothing harsh about this one as it’s a cream base so it’s pretty moisturizing and nourishing on your skin. It scented like soothing lavender so the smell is very fresh and clean.
One thing about cream cleansers I like is they don’t make my skin tight or dry but hate how they feel like they aren’t truly deep cleaning my face. For a basic cleanser, on days I don’t have a face full of makeup, this works perfectly great. However, on the days my makeup is heavier I feel like I need something that can clean a little deeper and work at removing left over waterproof mascara that my eye makeup remover fails to get at.
Overall, it’s packaging appeals to me most and the formula is nice enough for lighter clean up jobs but I definitely feel like my oil cleansers do a way better job of deep cleansing my face. Great for days I’m not wearing a face full of makeup or just want to do a quick clean up sans a dry, tight face after use.
Very nice particularly if you’re sensitive to many cleansers.
You can purchase from YesStyle however it’s marked up to $20. Quite expensive. I suggest searching around as you should be able to find it for less.
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