April 24, 2019

Biore Cleansing Oil, Cleansing Jelly, And More Arrive from Japan and Are Available Now at Ulta

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Love Biore’s Cleansing Oil? How about Marshmallow Whip Face Wash? Looks like you can now get all your favorite Biore Japan Skincare from Ulta.com! Ulta just let loose a whole entire range of some of Kao’s most popular products which up until now have only been available in Japan and other Asian countries!

This is so very exciting as I’m a fan of Marshmallow Whip Face Wash (Or as it’s called here, Makeup Remover 2-In-1 Instant Foaming Wash) and it’ll be nice to just pick it up at Ulta versus having to have it airmailed! This also may mean we’ll start seeing more Japanese brands and products launching in the USA! Jill Stuart is already available on Beautylish! Maybe the K-Beauty reign is over and the J-Beauty one is about to begin!

Here’s what’s about from Kao’s Biore range at Ulta now!

Biore Cleansing Makeup Removing Cloths $9.99
Oil-Free cotton sheets are formulated for anyone who dislikes oil-based cleansers that easily removes makeup and leaves skin lightly hydrated!

Biore Makeup Remover 2-In-1 Instant Foaming Wash $12.99
A bubbling foam, two-in-one wash infused with royal jelly that easily removes makeup!

Biore Cleansing Oil Makeup Removing Cloths Soothing & Refreshing $9.99
100% Cotton sheets infused with 20% cleansing oil that have a fresh aquatic floral that act to easily remove eye makeup including stubborn waterproof mascara with tugging or pulling!

Biore Refreshing Blotting Cloths $8.99
A fresh citrus scented Japanese cotton sheet created to easily blot excess oil around your face while mattifying your skin!

Biore Makeup Remover Cleansing Oil $14.99
Melt away makeup easily with this blend of natural oils that remove makeup and keep skin feeling lightly hydrated.

Biore Makeup Remover Moisturizing Cleansing Jelly $14.99
A jelly formula cleanser that contains over 40% moisturizing essence that easily cleans makeup while leaving skin hydrated!

You can snag the entire Japanese Biore Skincare Collection now at Ulta.com.

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  • Kish

    I’m so glad you posted this! I saw them on the site and was going to ask if the cleansers were the same as the ones you liked.

    • Isabella Muse

      That I don’t know! 🙂 I assume so though looks like they are the same!

  • Christina

    Yay! I don’t use these ones, but it’s nice to see some of the Japanese products finally make their way here!

  • Adrienne

    Muse, this is sorta off topic but on topic in terms of products from other countries. I wanted to know your experience with ordering beauty products from another country. I ordered $55 worth of products from Revolution at the time I had no idea where they were shopping from. Ulta didn’t have all of the products and foundations in increments like 5.1 they just had 5. When the products arrived the skincare had leaked and two of the foundations had cracked and spilled onto one another and soaked the cardboard of my beauty blenders. The one foundation had an odd odor to it and I broke out on my cheeks and chin.When I contacted them they said only I had to return them within 14 days of the delivery date and no free refunds and only if they were defective. I went to return them and it cost me $25.14 to return $50. I had no idea it would be that much. Do you think damaged qualifies as defective? What has been your experience?

    • Isabella Muse

      Hi Adrienne! I’ve been very very lucky with shipments! It’s very rare anything has broken for me or spilled/etc! I did recently had an order arrive from YesAsia which two palettes that had two eyeshadows broken the told me send photos and kindly sent me two new palettes and said to throw out the damaged ones. I’ve been lucky in this case! HOWEVER, if you run into issues like this I’d highly recommend disputing it with paypal or your credit card. Paypal is very good backing up their clients when it comes to damaged items! Even your credit card should easily refund you! It’s not your fault something broke and not your responsibility to return it! They should offer a return label for returns! 🙁 If you have record you returned the items with tracking talk to your credit card company, explain what happened, and that you returned the items! I’m sure they’d kindly refund you and go after Revolution for the mishap!

      • Adrienne

        Thanks. I will let you know what happens. It was that conceal and define foundation and the skincare peel with quinoa. I’m just disappointed I lost additional money even if they refund everything I still take a 50% loss for the retuning shpimento and have no products. 🙁
        Just wanted to share my experience in case it helps someone else.

        • Isabella Muse

          that’s so weird they didn’t offer you replacements wow…! I’d email them again and ask them to replace the items!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • MissMercurial

    BRING ME THE SUN MILK! c’mon Biore, give us those sweet Asian sunscreen formulations.

  • Angie Clementine

    OMG, if Ulta started carrying my beloved Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence sunscreen, I would be the happiest girl in the world! But I know they never will because the magical Japanese sunscreen ingredients haven’t been approved by the FDA. ☹️

  • Carol G

    The cleansing Jelly caught my eye. I’d like to try it. Muse, have you tried a jelly vs. an oil?

  • Patty

    I hear their sunscreen is amazing. Hopefully they will carry that too!

  • Kgirl

    OMG YAY!!! Best news all week 🙂
    J Beauty here we come!
    Miss Muse, which of the oil free cleansing/remover options above do you recommend for purchase? The foaming wash or moisturizing cleansing jelly?
    Thank you for the news!

    • Isabella Muse

      Haha ;-D Agreed! I’m not sure how they compare to be honest only because I don’t know if the formulas/ingredients have changed compared to the ones I’ve tried from Japan! First have to try these formulas and see ;-D

  • Randi

    I bought the eye makeup remover clothes for 3.99 and the oil cleanser for 5.99 yesterday. I added in some emery boards and was able to use a coupon. Hopefully it was just a sale and they aren’t getting rid of it.