Hope you are all doing good.
The first time i bought a bottle of Tara's makeup remover, i ended up giving it away here on the blog. So i ran out to the House of Tara store along Amuwo Odofin to pick up another one *thank goodness there's now a store in my neighbourhood*. I've used it a couple of times, and i think it's time for a review.
If you read my product reviews, you would notice by now that i'm a sucker for unique and attractive packaging. So permit me to gush a 'lil about this beautiful plastic bottle. I just love having in my collection, products that come in nice packaging that is different from what we normally see. This bottle is beautiful and transparent with a black cover *i haven't seen any like it yet*, and i really love it. I like how House of Tara re-packaged most of their products, my favourite is the lipstick ....sleek, black, shiny and very handy.
What it says on the bottle :
"TARA makeup remover liberally takes off makeup from the skin and leaves the skin slightly moisturized. Also ideal for the eyes and lip.
DIRECTION : Using a cotton pad, wipe makeup off the skin. Use product alone or before using facial wash or cleanser."
So does it do what they say? Yes, it does.....however, i don't like how oily it feels on my face after i'm done cleaning off my makeup with it, so what i do is that i wash my face afterwards with my facial wash. The residue is supposed to moisturize the skin, but i'll rather wash it all off.
|It's really oil-based.....see?|
The makeup remover is supposed to have a little coconut scent, but i really can't perceive anything *shrugs*....believe me, i've sniffed long and hard......maybe it's my nose then.
The oil comes out of a small opening on the bottle, and it helps control the quantity you use.
If you are oily skinned, i dunno how you would feel about using this product, but asides from the oilyness, i like it 'cos it does a very good job.
Would i buy again? Yes i would.
WHERE TO BUY
Any TARA store you know