Aqua, Ciclopentasiloxane, Isohexadecane, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Benzyl Alcohol, Citric Acid, CI42090.
How to use it
Shake before using it since it is a duel layered remover you need both layers to mix. Apply the solution to a cotton pad and leave the pads on your eyes for about 20 seconds. Then gently wipe your eye.
My thoughts on Kueshi double effect facial makeup remover
I received this in one of my Glossybox subscription box and it was a brand a hadn’t heard of before. I just love testing products from brands that are new to me. I am always looking for that holy grail product.
The makeup remover is a dual layer remover which means you have to shake it before using it or it wont work very well. I often use dual layered makeup removers and I do like them a lot, since I think they do the best job in removing my eye makeup.
This one comes in a bottle and it is a nice package for this type of product. Nothing fancy but nothing cheap either.
The remover itself isn’t super effective. It will remove almost all my makeup except my waterproof mascara. If you are using mascara from Japan this will probably not work at all for you. Japanese and Korean mascaras are completely amazing with there staying power, so if you are looking for a solid mascara you should go for one of them.
The makeup remover does leave an oily residue on the skin, and I will say that it is on the oilier side. I am not that bothered by it since I use a makeup remover, then an oil cleanser and a foam cleanser to get my face clean. This means that there are no residues left when I am done😊.
One really nice thing about this is that it is not scented which truly is a big win for me.
I give this product 2/7
Where to get it
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