Biore Bubble Cream Makeup Remover

Biore Bubble Cream Makeup Remover

Release Date
2020.9.19
Size
220ml Bottle / 170ml Refill
Brand
Biore
Producer
Kao Corporation
Product Type
Cleansing Cream
Price
¥1,000 / ¥700
DETAILS

Biore Bubble Cream Makeup Remover is a Japanese foam-to-cream makeup remover.

The oil-free makeup remover applies to skin as a generous, easily spreadable foam and transforms into a rich cream as it is lightly massaged. Its unique foam-to-cream formula loosens and melts away pore-concealing primers and longer-lasting foundation that can buildup in the pores. It rinses off cleanly with water and leaves no residue, making a second cleanse with a face wash an unnecessary step.

Skin feels perfectly clean and smooth.

Aqua Floral Fragrance

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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HOW TO USE

Dispense 3–4 pumps of product to dry palm and gently massage over dry face in a circular motion to remove makeup. Rinse thoroughly lukewarm water. Use a separate remover for waterproof eye makeup is recommended.

FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Water,, glycerin,, PEG-150,, lauryl hydroxysultaine,, PPG-9 diglyceryl ether,, decyl glucoside,, propylene glycol,, laureth-6 carboxylic acid,, alcohol,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, lauric acid,, potassium hydroxide,, myristic acid,, palmitic acid,, sodium carbonate,, polyquaternium-39, sodium bicarbonate,, phenoxyethanol,, fragrance.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

ビオレ 泡クリームメイク落とし」の全成分:水、グリセリン、PEG-150、ラウリルヒドロキシスルタイン、PPG-9ジグリセリル、デシルグルコシド、PG、ラウレス-6カルボン酸、エタノール、ラウリン酸、水酸化K、ミリスチン酸、パルミチン酸、炭酸Na、ポリクオタニウム-39、炭酸水素Na、フェノキシエタノール、香料

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3 months ago

Why are there so many new products launching that don’t contain any parabens? :/ I was under the impression that fearmongering about parabens didn’t really exist in Japan…

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3 months ago
Reply to  G. Haruka

Would you say that the “paraben-free” market is still a small minority of people?

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