I do a Nighttime Double Cleanse Routine that starts with removing all my makeup. I have tried many products as the 1st step in my routine. I have tried Yes to Coconut Ulta Hydrating Melting Cleanser Review and e.l.f. Hydrating Gel Melting Cleanser. They were both perfectly fine. Just neither one was perfect. This cleansing balm gets good reviews in the beauty community so I wanted to give it a try.
This award-winning cleanser goes on as a solid balm and transforms into a silky oil on the skin. It’s sorbet-soft, lightweight texture effortlessly dissolves stubborn makeup without stripping your own natural oils. Papaya extract works to naturally exfoliate the skin and acerola extract is rich in vitamin C which helps to brighten.
Massage about a gram of product onto dry skin to remove makeup and cleanse skin of any debris. Focus on areas with blackheads to coax them out of your pores.
I purchased a 100 ml jar on Amazon for around $17. It was almost 2x as big as the e.l.f. balm. It came with a small spatula to scoop it out. It has the consistency of solid coconut oil but less heavy. It is a softer balm.
I fill the dip in the scoop and rub it into my face, neck, and chest. It melts immediately. It spreads easily and melts the makeup as it goes. I use it to remove my face makeup and my eye makeup as well as sunscreen.
After massaging it in thoroughly I add water to emulsify it. I massage it in some more and remove with a wet Wonder Cloth. This balm removes everything! It leaves behind no trace of makeup, even mascara, and waterproof eyeliner. It rinses off clean and does not leave any oily feeling residue. I have not tried this on waterproof mascara because I don’t use it. I follow this with a cleanser and toner.
So far, this is my favorite makeup remover of the ones I have tried. The 100 ml size lasts me 2-3 months because you need such a small amount. I use about a grape sized blob. It works really well and has not caused any sensitivity or problems. I wish I could find a bargain on it. The Say Yes to Coconut Hydrating Cleanser is $10 for 4 oz while a 3.4 oz jar of Clean it Zero is between $16 and $20 plus shipping since I have to order it online. I will repurchase but continue to try other makeup remover balms.
Have you tried this makeup remover? Do you like it? Do you have any recommendations for me?
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