Friday Favorites: Banila Co. Clean it Zero

This is long overdue lol

I got this makeup remover, Banila Co’s Clean It Zero a while back in Korea. I finally got a chance to use it after I finished my previous makeup remover.



Unlike my other makeup removers that are oil based, this one is more like a balm. Just like the packaging, the cleanser is also pink. It comes with a spatula which makes it a lot more sanitary.

Here’s the how to use from Memebox’s website:

“Using the provided spatula, scoop a small amount and place on the back of your hand. Then using your ring finger take the product from the back of your hand and dab onto a dry face and massage in up and outward motions. Rinse off with lukewarm water and pat dry for moisture retention.”



As you massage it onto the face, you’ll start to see the makeup melting off. I really liked the fact that it took off all the makeup in one go. The plus is that after I rinse it off, it didn’t dry out my face.

Since it is officially the summer now, I could see this as a convenient travel item. I could easily scoop this into a smaller jar and bring it with me; there won’t be any worries of spills like oil based makeup removers.

I could definitely see why this product is so popular and it definitely made it to my favorites list as well.

What’s your favorite makeup remover?

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6 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Banila Co. Clean it Zero

  1. My favourite make up remover of all time!!!!! Don’t you just like how natural it takes off cosmetic, and give skin a good air to breathe! (I think it does, ha) And it works good if skin has a bit break out as well.
    They have small mini version one, not sure if it’s on sale, as I got it as a freebie, it’s good for traveling as well 😀


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    • I love how it removes the make up too. It really doesn’t dry out the skin. I didn’t know there’s a smaller version but I would definitely buy that to travel with


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