When it comes to removing eye makeup, it°s always best to use removers specifically for your eyes. No matter how sensitive your eye area can be, this gentle liquid will remove all traces of makeup without irritation. The oil-free formula won°t leave any greasy residue and won°t blur or fog contact lenses. To Use: Saturate cotton ball. Smooth over closed lid and lashes.hypoallergenic ã non-irritating ã ophthalmologist, dermatologist, clinically and allergy tested ã suitable for contact lens wearers
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Average Price: $6.99
For a while, I have used the Bath and Body Works Gentle Eye Makeup Remover but since I ran out, I decided to give the Almay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover Liquid a try. This makeup remover claims to nourish skin while gently removing makeup including waterproof mascaras. As well, it contains a blend of aloe, cucumber, and green tea to condition the skin.
The bottle contains 4 Fl Oz/118mL of produt. What I liked immediately about the product is that it is hypoallergenic and fragrance-free. I have sensitive eyes and skin and so far, this makeup remover has not made my eyes irritated and has not caused my skin to break out. In addition to it being oil-free, it is very gentle and would be ideal for contact wearers. It makes the skin around the eyes smooth and hydrated.
As for how effective it is as a makeup remover, it removes makeup and even waterproof mascara, cream, and liquid liners easily without much effort. The container is small and compact making it ideal for travelling.
The one con I have with this product is the fact that you have to twist open and close the cap to get the product out. It would have been better and more sanitary to have a dispenser. However, I usually just dispose the amount I want in a small container and use that to wet my cotton pads.
I would recommended this product. If you want affordable eye makeup remover that works well, then this is a good purchase. I would repurchase this again.
Correction: Meant to Say "The Body Shop Gentle Eye Makeup Remover" instead of Bath and Body Works - always get those two mixed up. LOL
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