Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Review: BM|PRO Make Off

Hey Dolls,

I hope y'all are doing good? I have a review today, as a matter of fact I have lots of reviews on queue. I keep buying and I keep receiving products, and it's only proper I use these products and let you all know what I feel about each one. Today's review is on Bm|Pro Make Off.

A couple of months ago, precisely July,  I won The Sacred Beauty World Cup Inspired Makeup Competiton, click HERE for the look I created. I received a very massive goodie bag and the BM | Pro Make off was one of the items. If you missed that post click HERE

Without any delay, let's get on with the review shall we?

BM | PRO Make Off

Obviously, from the name we can tell that this product is a makeup remover.

Packaging: It comes in a transparent plastic bottle, with a pump for dispensing the product as well as a stopper to lock so as to avoid excess pumping.

Formula: It has a yellow liquid formula, rich in jojoba oil and rose extract. I also has a nice smell, but honestly I can't say for sure what it smells like.

Application: Take off the lock, and dispense about 3 pumps into your cotton ball or wipes, which ever you prefer, then use circular motions on your face to remove all traces of makeup. You may need to repeat this step.

Overall thoughts:  The Bm|Pro Make Off pretty much does what it says it will do: remove makeup. I like the smell, even though I can't really place it * my bad*. It is faster to use this for taking off makeup than using plain wipes. The only problem I have with this product is the oil. I have oily skin already, so the idea of applying oil on my face doesn't appeal to me. I started using it in July, and I haven't used half of it yet. It sits comfortably on my dressing table and some days when I remember it I reach for it. I would say , it's an OK product.

Price: #2,500

Where to buy: Any BM PRO store nationwide.

Has anyone else tried this product? Please share your thoughts....



  1. I like that these oily removers are great for removing makeup, but I agree that if you have oily skin, this can be a problem.

  2. About the oily texture, I believe its meant to further break the oil in your makeup. You'd feel the same way if you use the Clinique makeup removing balm. Weird but oil breaks oil Lol!

  3. Thanks alot for this. You recall I had asked for an easier way other than the wipes! I agree with the oily part but i'll give it a try.

  4. nicoleswizzi.1 March 2015 at 21:11

    Dats cool...nice job