Kate: Eye Makeup Remover

I am new with Kate products, but I think I've heard about it before. Kate is a brand under Kanebo and it carries a wide range of cosmetics that are priced lower than Kanebo and is specifically targeted for the younger market.


I got me this bottle of Kate Eye Makeup Remover from a Donki store when I visited Japan. I got it because we transferred from Osaka to Tokyo and they had to ship our luggage. Unfortunately, I forgot to carry my make up remover. But I was lucky enough to have spotted the Donki store and found this.

As you can see, Kanebo is printed on the upper part of the bottle.
I like that it doesn't have a heeeuuuge opening. I can control the amount of product that comes out from the bottle.

The day I decided to take photos on how this makeup remover works, I had my MUFE Aqua Eyes waterproof eyeliner on my upper lid and my Maybellin Vollum' Express Magnum waterproof mascara.

Before I removed my eye makeup.
I shake the bottle and soak up a cotton with the makeup remover. 
After lightly pressing and letting the cotton sit on my eye for about a minute, you can see that it melted off my eye makeup.
I gently pat on hard to reach areas to thoroughly remove all makeup.  With a light patting motion, I wipe it off with tissue.
I like this makeup remover. It melts off my eye makeup pretty well and it does not leave any oily residue. But I noticed that sometimes, it stings my eyes a little bit but it doesn't bother me that much. So it's okay. The bottle has a price at the back and it costs 900 Yen, although I got this for a cheaper price because it was on sale that time.

Tips on removing eye make up:
  • Be as gentle as possible. Avoid tugging and rubbing vigorously on your delicate eye area as this may cause damage and loss of elasticity.
  • You might think soaking up a cotton is wasting a lot of product. But IMO, it works better that way. It melts off your makeup better without having to rub your eyes, hence avoiding pre-mature wrinkles.
  • Try reducing the size of your cotton, so you won't have to soak up too much. Less product usage.
Rating: Good Kitty!

8 comments:

Crystal said...

kate actually isn't a sister company of kanebo. it's a brand under kanebo just like faircrea, lunasol, coffret d'or etc. just thought i'd let you know. i love kanebo products. most of them do deliver!

Catmare said...

@Crystal, Thanks for letting me know. I googled about it and I think you're right. I already updated my post :)

Jaz said...

Oooh it looks really good! I've just started my blog, please have a look when you can and follow me. There should be some interesting posts on the way x

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~tHiAmErE~ said...

just like what crystal said...
i'm not sure if japanese brands like to do that but shiseido also has majolica majorca & maquillage,ne?

haven't tried anything from Kanebo though...i have to check this one
^_^
i think kate is available here

Catmare said...

@thiamere, I never knew Kate's available here. Please let me know where you find it. I'd like to repurchase this and try their other stuff :D

@Jaz, thanks for dropping by. I will check your blog ;)

Aya said...

I've been hearing a lot of good stuff about Kate pdts lately. :D

sugar sugar said...

i think we might have this here sis. will look for this next time i visit the mall. thanks for the review dear!

Jackie said...

this looks good! I haven't needed any heavy-duty makeup removers because I don't really wear all that much makeup usually but now that I'm looking into longer-wear prods, I really appreciate the info. =))

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