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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.
this removes my eye makeup well. does not sting my eyes or anything. however most eye makeup removers are pretty good.. this one is no different than what im using now but more expensive so i'll probably stick to what i have.4
This is a good product but it's like other make up removers to me. I'm not sure If I want to spend $22 for this product.4
It works well enough and leaves my skin feeling pretty close to normal, but it doesn't have that extra wow factor. It's a good, dependable makeup remover.4
This eye make up remover worked well! Just shake it up good and it does the trick.4
This remover worked pretty well and doesn't burn my eyes like some others I've used.4
This eye makeup remover works very well. It does feel oily like all other makeup removers i've tried. for the price, i'd just stick with the drug store makeup removers i've had4
I like it but i probably won't be buying it, i use coconut oil as a makeup remover and i like that it's all natural so i probably wont be changing over to something with chemicals.4
I don't wear eye makeup very often because it's hard to remove but this product makes it easy.4
To me, make up remover is all the same, doesn't matter if you use the cheap stuff. I kinda prefer coconut oil. Nice size to throw in my overnight bag though.4
The product seems to work really well, however I don't wear a ton of make up typically so I don't know that I would buy this. However it was effective at removing my makeup and wasn't overly oily, which was nice.
For future samples like this, it may be smart to put it in a Ziploc type of bag within the box, as about 3/4 of the sample spilled all over everything else in the box, which was pretty unpleasant.