Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased Make-up Remover : Review

When it comes to makeup removers, I have always used baby/coconut oil or the one from Maybelline. But of course, the blogger in me wanted to try something new too, so I picked up the Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased Make-up Remover quite a few months back. Was it as good? Read on to find out :)

Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased Make-up Remover review
I quite liked the packaging of this one. The transparent plastic bottle is sturdy. It comes with a spray pump which makes the product really easy to dispense and use and you can control the quantity needed.

Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased Make-up Remover review

The product itself is like all other bi-phased removers ie it has an oil component and a water component. The bottle needs to be shaken to mix the two parts. I find this remover to be a little lighter than the Maybelline one. Is is not too greasy but does leave a light film behind which needs to be washed off.

Though sadly, this is the only advantage it has over the other one. It does remove lipstick, stains, mascara and kohl but it stings my eyes badly each time I use it! Compared to the Maybelline biphased remover, it is also a little less efficient in removing makeup.
Which is why I have kept aside this one only to remove lipsticks/glosses now and it is taking me forever to finish this bottle :D

Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased Make-up Remover review

Price : 225 INR for 60ml

Would I recommend this one?
In my opinion, if you are looking out for a bi-phased eye and lip makeup remover, go for the Maybelline Total Clean with your eyes closed. I love that one and have been using it forever!
Nevertheless, the Lakme Absolute Bi-Phased remover, is a decent budget remover overall and does it job too. Somehow it stings my eyes though, so I wouldn't be going for it again :(
You can surely give it a try .

Has anyone had a similar experience with this one, or is it just me? Let me know below! 
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