I think I'm going to make two reviews of the 2 make-up remover cream that I bought. It's like killing two birds with one stone thing, hehehe.
1. Etude House Happy Teatime Milk Tea Cleansing Cream
The packaging for the Happy Teatime line is very much different from it's usual pink and cute packaging trademark, all the same, I still find the container to be cute.
I bought it in Milk Tea flavor(?), and it smells awesome almost like baby powder. The texture is creamy and slightly runny. When you slather it on your face, it is very cooling at first, then after all make-ups are removed, it might get very oily, which I don't mind because I usually double cleanse.
2. Holika Holika Daily Garden Olive Cleansing Cream
Going on towards Holika Holika's Cream, I think it has a bigger container than Etude House, but I'm not sure if the contain the same amount of product.
I bought it in Olive instead of Green Tea, Olive supposed to be for dry skin and I have oily skin, oh well, I'll just have to double-cleanse my face, which is no biggie.
The cream is not on the runny side, but what I can say about the cream is very oily compared to Etude House's product, it's somewhat thicker. The scent is very nice compared to the Green Tea version, though I think Green Tea version is more suited to my skin type than the Olive, because it is specifically for normal skin.
It might be too thick/oily for my liking, but it does remove waterproof make-up very easily.
Both removers are comparable on their own, it's not even a contest which one is better in removing make-up as both can do it at the same pace. But I will definitely repurchase the Etude House remover only because I like the smell :p
The drawbacks of these two products is that, there's no spoon provided with the product, so it's a tad bit unhygienic scooping it out with your fingers.