Banila co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm Review

Hi everyone,

Today’s review will be on one of the most known cleansing balm in the korean market, that is banilla co. clean it zero. There are four varieties of clean it zero in the korean market;


1. Banila co clean it zero radiance
2. Banila co clean it zero resveratrol
3. Banila co clean it zero classic
4. Banila co clean it zero purity

I went for the classic version, because I have seen many youtubers raving about the classic one and somehow it was cheaper than the rest three. I picked up mine from sasa.

Product Description:

A solid balm that transforms into a silky oil cleanser on the skin
• Its sorbet-soft, lightweight texture effortlessly dissolves stubborn makeup and oil-based debris without stripping your own natural, beneficial oils

Use it to:
• Dissolve makeup
• Extract oil-based debris and pollutants
• Thoroughly wash off SPF
Skin Type:
• Normal
Skin Concerns:
• Dark spots
• Pigmentation
• Scarring


Price : $22 USD

My Experience with Banila co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm:


Packaging: It comes packaged in a sturdy translucent white jar. At first glance I thought it was a frosted glass tub, but it is actually a plastic tub. Overall, the packaging looks good, it simple and sleek. The cap on the tub is a metallic reddish pink, with the brand name written on the top. The clean it zero is written on the front of the jar in black font. When you open the jar, there is a lid with a plastic spatula. Some people might have sanitary issues but I use my clean fingers to dispense the product.


Scent: it has a mild fruity floral scent, which is pleasant to the nose, it’s not at all over powering.


Texture: The tub contains a baby pink jelly like product, which converts into oil when applied on the skin. I massage a small quantity of banilla clean it zero on my face and then remove it off with the help of a cotton pad and then wash off any excess with lukewarm water. After using this I do not feel any tackiness or greasy residue on my face. It leaves no traces of fruity floral scent behind.


I don’t use this on my eyes, because it blurs my vision for couple of minutes, though it does remove eye makeup and doesn’t sting or irritate my eyes. It does leave my skin feeling soft and smooth. It has become my holy grail cleansing product.


Pros of Banila co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm:

• Easy to use.
• Non-greasy.
• Leaves no traces of makeup.
• Gentle ingredients.
• Does not irritate my eyes.
• Makes skin soft and smooth.
• Can be used as a facewash.

Cons of Banila co. Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm:

• None

IMBB Rating : 5/5
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