Review: Banila co Clean It Zero Resveratrol

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This is how I would react to makeup products if I never has good makeup remover.

Waterproof liner???   Na……

Waterproof Mascara???  No ways.

Liquid Lipstick???   In your dreams

Yes, without a good makeup remover I am sure you would be in the same state. From the time I discovered cleansing balms, I have no fear to experiment with makeup. My thoughts on the first cleansing balm is here. The journey goes on to find products that work on similar lines.

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Banila co Clean It Zero Resveratrol is a cleansing butter/balm. The product comes in a huge tub, which I personally adore. Frosty plastic bottle with a sturdy green lid. Unlike The Body Shop butter this comes with a spatula to scoop the cleanser out. There is more to it than just a fancy tub here.

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The consistency of the cleanser is like gel, but creamy in texture. This changes as soon as the product comes in contact with the skin. The gel like product turns into oil once rubbed between hands. Depending on the amount of makeup on your face, amount of cleanser can be changed. Irrespective of what quantity you use, once you start rubbing the cleanser on the skin, makeup starts melting immediately. It works like magic. It cleanse away waterproof mascara, eyeliner, liquid lipstick, everything!!

Once the makeup melts all you need to do is wash your face with water and then use any face wash to remove the gunk of your skin. There you are with a clean skin ready to be pampered before bed.

Ingredients: Mineral Oil, Macadamia Seed Oil, Collagen, etc.

Price: $19.00

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Overall Rating: 5/5

Banila co Clean It Zero Resveratrol is the bomb.com. I have never been impressed with a makeup remover so much. From deep liquid lipsticks to waterproof mascara you can get rid of everything you apply on your face. Having said that I wish if I could have sometime that could help me get rid of those acne and all the marks that it leaves behind.

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