A good eye makeup remover?

Ali de Bold

Mamaluv asked for advice in one of her reviews for a good eyemakeup remover that was $10 or less. I've been using the lifebrand one, but it makes my eyes sting like an inferno so I hardly touch the stuff. I often use handsoap, though I know that's a big no no. Anyone got an ideas?
Sep 26, 2006 @ 01:36 pm

23 Replies

BlueGirl

Eye Makeup remover

I love Vichy's eye makeup remover for sensitive eyes. It says on the container that it has the same PH as tears and it never stings me.
Oct 03, 2006 @ 08:47 am
Ali de Bold

Thanks!

I'll definitely try that. I love Vichy products in general. Thanks!
Oct 03, 2006 @ 12:30 pm
Bubblybunny

Lancome

I've always used the Lancome one and I love it. I know it's way more than $10 but it really is fantastic and it lasts a lot time b/c it works so well.
Oct 09, 2006 @ 12:33 pm
Creamsicle

MAC

I used to use MAC eye make-up remover. But, now that I've started using Norwex, I use their body cloths with water and they work really well. Actually better than any remover I've ever used. I can hook you up if you're interested: a2loewen@mts.net
Oct 22, 2006 @ 08:00 pm
smurfette

Mary Kay

Mary Kay is an excellent eye make-up remover. It's oil free, therefore not greasy and it gets the job done. It's about 15-20 but well worth it. I won't use anything else!
Oct 24, 2006 @ 10:47 pm
retrodiva

Almay

I really like the moisturizng Almay pads. They aren't expensive, and they are extremely effective. My second favorite is MAC cleanse off oil, but I'm pretty sure it breaks her $10 limit. The Almay works just as well, if not better.
Dec 10, 2006 @ 05:51 pm
artist

Rimmel

I use one by Rimmel. It is fairly inexpensive, around $6 and the bottle is quite big. It takes off everything really well, even waterproof mascara (except you have to work at it for a bit). Remember never to rub the skin around the eye to get it off, it is very delicate! Soak the cotton balls and then hold them to your eyelids until you can feel the make up slide off. If you really want to rub, then pat instead, it is safer.
Dec 15, 2006 @ 10:55 pm
Martha Lilian

Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover

This has been my new stand-by. I used to be hooked on my Lancome, but I felt that it made my skin too oily after I applied it and at this price ($7.99 USD) is really can not be beat. Like all Neutrogena products, it's great for sensitive skin and really does the job. For thick applications (I sometimes put up to 5 coats of mascara on) you may need to go over a few times, but the end results is alaways great.
Dec 17, 2006 @ 10:45 am
Scents Of Peace

A natural approach

Try castor oil, it will also nourish and strengthen your lashes at the same time ! By the way, it's an old "hollywood" tip for clear mascara and great for ladies with sensitive eyes ! Hope that helps . . . meebo me from my profile if you want to know more !
Dec 19, 2006 @ 12:54 am
MizzRobin

L'oreal Pleniture Eye Makeup Remover

L'oreal Pleniture Eye Makeup Remover - Oil Free works wonders. I have sensitive eyes but it works really well and does not irritate my eyes at all. Give it a try!
Jan 09, 2007 @ 09:55 am

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