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Sometimes, we can get by with face wash alone. Other days—like when we go all out with a smoky eye and bold, long-lasting lip color—call for a dedicated makeup remover. This gentle, oil-based formula removes shadow, liner, and mascara without breaking a sweat. Plus, it’s fragrance-free, paraben-free, and hypoallergenic—which means you don’t have to worry about redness or irritation.
I didn't like this remover by MAKE at all. It didn't remove mascara efficiently and it stings! Major eye irritation and not very friendly for contact lens users. I find this to be a problem with all oil-based removers and many dual phase removers, even oil-free. If you have similar problems I recommend a "single phase" remover for eye make up.1
I found the product very oily and hard to wash off.1
I did not like the product; I felt it was oily and did not remove eye products as I would have like. I also feel it takes too much of the product in order to wipe off the eye make up. I would not recommend this product.1
I am a lover of a quality eye makeup remover, gentle on my eyes, no scrubbing. This is not one of those. I felt like I was rubbing watered down remover and it really didn't work any better than I believe water would. One of my few BB disasters.1
I only use waterproof mascara and it basically did nothing to remove it.1
It literally did not remove any eye makeup. And I wasn't wearing heavy makeup.1
This product takes off eyeshadow but is completely ineffective when it comes to mascara. Not waterproof mascara, just regular mascara. I felt like I had to scrub.1
Works well...better than the last makeup remover I bought. Mild but effective.1
I gave this stuff a shot and followed the instructions, but this stuff just did not work for me. I still had almost all of the mascara on from this morning, and now my eyes felt all oily and gross. I then had to wash my face and hands to get off the product. Would not recommend this...1
I have very sensitive eyes, so I subject myself to trying products in hopes that they will not bother me. After testing out another sample I received this month (an eyeliner), I quickly wanted to get it off. When using the Eye Makeup Remover, I had to work to get the eye liner off. It did come off after some scrubbing. The remover left behind an oil. I'm not sure which was worse - the liner or the remover.1