Hello my loves! I bring to you a quick review/demo of Bifesta Makeup Cleansing Wipes aka makeup remover wipes that I picked up from Kuala Lumpur recently. Bifesta is a Japanese brand and I first spotted these in the Sasa store. What drew me to them was the term “water based” and what intrigued me was the fact that they had a couple of different types available catering to the different types of skin. I ended up picking the pink one which is for dry skin something they have termed Enrich and then later on, after I tried these out, I went back to pick the combination skin one which is the Bright up version. I love the flip cap it comes with coz the pack seals off properly due to it this preventing the sheets from drying off too fast. I usually prefer buying baby wipes for my makeup removal as I find them very convenient to use plus they are quite economical especially when you are a blogger and deal with makeup swatches or experimenting with looks. There have been so many times when the last couple of sheets end up going to waste coz the packs out here have that silly flimsy sticker on and no matter what you do the sheets dry up.
This pack is quite easy to carry when travelling and the wipes give you a 3-in-1 benefit aka cleansing, toning and moisturizing so when you get back by the end of the day this one sheet is all you need to get the ish off so that you can collapse in the bed and just drift off. Honestly after a long tiring day of exploring a city these were a boon. The dry skin one left my skin feeling well moisturized for quite awhile without making it sticky. I don’t really remember how much I paid for these and I need to search for my receipts so I will update you on the price of it later on. I am pretty much hooked to these for now and reach for it every time…they remove all traces of makeup especially stubborn lipsticks that refuse to budge or stain your lips. This removes them completely! The only thing I have an issue cleaning is the mascara but if you rub it enough it comes off more or less. It may seem in the video that Im rubbing my face harshly with it but I actually was not. Just a little firm pressure and the makeup comes right off. Plus the material of it is quite soft thus it does not end up scratching your skin no matter how much you rub it. So that was my short and sweet review/demo. I am trying to stick to a schedule of publishing videos on my Youtube channel every Saturday. If for any reason one does not go up then I try to max get one out by Sunday. So I hope you will keep tabs on it and please subscribe if you haven’t already. Next up will a makeup tutorial which is perfect for the festive season. I will see you guys around…take care!