Two versions pink (rose) blue (milk)
Water, Isohexadecane, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Chloride, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Rosa Centifolia Flower Water, Phenoxyethanol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, Fragrance, Methylparaben, CI 16185
How to use it
Shake the product so that the two layers mix. Apply a proper amount onto a cotton pad. Apply the cotton pad on your eyes and leave it there for about 20 seconds, this will make the product dissolve the makeup.
My thoughts on SkinFood Rose Shake Point Makeup remover
I have tried a few makeup removers and I always end up going back to this one. There is only one product that can measure with this one and that is the blue version of it. The skinfood milk shake point makeup remover. Both of these are my favorites and I really can’t say that one is better than the other.
As for cleansing, I always double cleanse. But when I have been wearing mascara or another eye makeup I always remove that first and then double cleanse.
Skinfood Rose Shake Point Makeup remover removes every type of makeup, and that includes Korean or Japanese mascara (which is really difficult to remove). Just make sure to soak your lashes before wiping and you really don’t have to work at all to get everything off.
The makeup remover will not sting my eyes either, which is a big win. I really don’t get why some companies makes eye makeup removers that stings the eyes. It is really difficult to remove eye makeup without getting any of the products in your eyes. That is just how it is so why have ingredients that sting. I will never get it.
It is scented with rose water and rose water also helps with cleansing. Otherwise I would ask why a product like this is scented. I really don’t see the need for it.
Since this is a dual layer eye makeup remover you really need to shake it before using or it doesn’t work.
I give this product 7/7
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