product review

Review: Bioré Makeup Remover Cleansing Milk

I actually started using this cleansing product by chance. It was when I was traveling abroad and I couldn’t bring my own cleanser in a big bottle. Luckily, this one comes in a travel size bottle. Let’s get on with my honest thoughts.

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60 ml

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • It is a milk type cleanser that can eliminate makeup and wash face at once.
  • Formulated with hyaluronic acid that moisturizes skin.
  • Can be used with both dry and wet face.
  • Double cleansing won’t be necessary.
  • Leaves skin soft and fresh.
  • with a fresh floral scent
  • Made in Japan

HOW TO USE

Dry Use:

With your dry hands and face, squeeze a pea size amount onto your palm and gently massage your face with it. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Wet Use:

Squeeze a pea size amount onto your palm and mix in a little bit of water. Build a lather and gently massage your face with it. Rinse with water.

FULL DISCLOSURE: This is not a paid/sponsored content. The opinions expressed are completely my own based on my experience. 

LIKES

  • It doesn’t cause pimples.
  • It can remove light makeup (e.g. light foundation, bb cream).
  • The scent is refreshing. It doesn’t stay on your face.
  • It lathers up easily.
  • I don’t get any tingling sensation.
  • No allergies
  • Affordable
  • Great for traveling
  • Not drying my skin

DISLIKES

  • Double cleansing is still needed for its cleansing ability isn’t enough for me. I tend to layer products on my face so I really need it to be thoroughly washed to avoid pimples and other skin problems.
  • Skin is still rough. Not really a big problem since I use moisturizer.

VERDICT

Will keep using it because it doesn’t trigger acne even though it only removes dirt and cleans lightly. Recommended!

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