[REVIEW] Bifesta Cleansing Lotion for Sensitive Skin

Alright, I know that the proper first cleanser is with oil based cleanser; and I possibly already mentioned it repeatedly. However, I can’t deny the fact that I also love to use cleansing water / micellar water on daily basis especially for travelling. And this time around I want to talk about the latest cleansing water that I purchased, which is the Bifesta Cleansing Lotion for Sensitive Skin.


Improved cleansing power! Increased gentleness!

The renewed Cleansing Lotion Series products contain
the same skin lotion cleansing ingredients as before,
plus new moisturizing cleansing ingredients,
further improving the products’ cleansing power and gentleness on the skin.
Blending better with makeup, the renewed products quickly
envelop dirt and thoroughly remove even the thickest makeup.
The formula contains cleansing ingredients that blend with makeup more quickly,
realizing easy and low-friction makeup removal
that is gentle on the skin and free of forcible rubbing.

Just one bottle for everything from makeup removal
to skin care with lotion!

Containing skin lotion ingredients,
Cleansing Lotion in a single bottle removes makeup and cares for skin with lotion!
No need for rinsing! Containing adsorptive hyaluronic acid for
richly moisturized skin Wipe-off type (used with cotton)

Remove makeup and skin dullness*
and restore translucence to your skin! *Dead skin cells

The moisturizing cleansing ingredients derived from beauty lotion quickly float
and envelop oil-based makeup, smoothly removing makeup and dead skill cells,
which make the skin appear dull.
Moreover, all this is achieved while the skin is kept moisturized.
Gently glide soaked cotton on the skin, and remove thick eye makeup,
foundation trapped in pores, and even skin dullness,
easily without rubbing. Restore translucence to your skin at each use.


I’ve always curious about any Bifesta cleansing product, especially that it’s being sold literally everywhere in Japan and neighborhood country such as South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Therefore I purchased it rightaway when I was on a trip to Bangkok last month. There’s a lot of option to choose, but I ended up choose the one for sensitive skin.

They claim it cleansing lotion, not cleansing water. Perhaps they formulated it to be a bit thicker than cleansing water. However, I personally think that this product pretty much have the same consistency to other cleansing water, thin, and water-like. In terms of cleansing power, I think this is pretty much a strong contender to my new HG, the Pond’s Micellar Water. It could remove literally everything, well, except Japanese waterproof mascara.


However, I have to say that I much much prefer to use the Pond’s one rather than this Bifesta Cleansing Lotion for Sensitive Skin because I can’t stand how this product stings on my eyes. Though in terms of performance, it’s more or less the same with Pond’s. Well, so far, the best cleansing water to remove waterproof make up is still is the Garnier Oil Infused Micellar Water, but since I don’t use waterproof makeup for daily basis, I still prefer Pond’s Micellar Water.


Will I recommend it? Well, I think for the price, it will be better if you pick up the Pond’s one if you have the access for it. But, if you want to try one, I think it’s a decent one. It’s not that bad — believe me, I’ve encountered one of the worst, lol –but it’s certainly not the best. If you still curious, I think it’s worth to try since the price is not really steep either. All in all, I will give this product 3/5.

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