My prejudices against Japanese Make up removers 

  
Let me be honest here. I the 6 years I’ve lived in Japan I always got my make up remover and cleansers from Europe or Korea. I didn’t really have faith in the liquids here that you just rubbed on and then your make up is supposed to disappear. I always had the make up remover on cotton water and rubbed away away and away. 

Then my friend let me try this Japanese make up remover, promising that this would completely take away all my eye makeup. I wear quite a lot of mascara and I am used to the fact that it never fully disappears unless I was my face thoroughly.

She told me to but this gel-like fluid on my hands and to rub on my dry skin and over my eyes. I was really skeptical at first. When I rubbed this gel on my face and over my eyes I could feel the dry mascara crumble. I washed my eyes well with it and then rinsed my skin and my hands. I was so blown away, it really took everything off! 

The next day I had to get one for myself. It was a bit pricy, 500¥, which is a lot for me because I usually only pay half for make up removers from Drugstores in Germany but this is definitely worth the prize!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jesslca_xo
    Mar 21, 2016 @ 18:24:40

    The DHC one is also very good 👍

    Reply

  2. Marina
    Mar 22, 2016 @ 23:08:27

    Hm, maybe I should give that a try as well…
    So far my cleansers also come from Germany and Korea ^^”

    Reply

    • vansotaku
      Mar 23, 2016 @ 06:40:35

      Marina it really works well. I used to think I would always have to depend on the cotton-cleansers but this one really makes such a big difference!

      Reply

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