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on 1/26/2016 9:19:00 PM
More reviews by MatureMakeupMoxie
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I do like this remover. I do not find it burns my eyes like others have mentioned. Overall, I find it an amazing eye makeup remover. I pump once and use the product with my fingertips and just close my eyes and saturate with the product, slowly working the product around. I then wash with my Boscia Purifying Gel Cleanser and BAM done. So far my favorite remover. I am not a fan of the oil based removers as I always seem to have a film over my eyes afterwards. The Neutrogena oil free one? Crap as far as I am concerned, although it has some great reviews. Perhaps those individuals don't wear waterproof makeup or primer? I am older, and my eyes water, so I use waterproof everything and eye shadow primer. And no, I don't wear makeup like I am onstage for a drag show (nothing wrong with that- Go Sister! Go Sister!) It's just my makeup requirements have changed with age. While I do like this remover, I cannot believe its price - $24 for the full size???? It is hard for me to justify this price. It does last a while...but not FOREVER. So, I suppose I am on the fence as to whether or not to repurchase. I buy a lot of cosmetics/skincare and I usually wind up with some sort of eye makeup removal freebie, so I think I may not repurchase.
on 11/30/2015 8:50:00 PM
More reviews by kichuro
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
The only thing I like about this is the pump.It doesn't remove anything on my eyes, so I don't understand why it's so highly raved about. I don't like scented makeup removers and this just dries out my eye area after removal.It's never been able to do anything to remove my Japanese mascaras and eyeliners even after a ridiculous 'one-minute-on-the-eye' regime, so it's a complete waste of time and money for me. I'm sticking to my Clinique Take the Day Off Eye makeup remover.
on 3/2/2015 1:23:00 PM
More reviews by glossyxlipz
Skin: Very Dry, Dark, Warm
Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium
This is my favorite eye makeup remover so far. I use urban decay perversion eyeliner and mascara and that is notorious For being next to impossible to remove. This stuff dissolves it without me rubbing and irritating my eyes.All I do is put a squirt on a cotton pad and place the pad on my eye for about a minute. All the makeup is gone. No raccoon eyes ,no stinging,no drama. It's about 24 bucks or so at sephora and worth it
on 1/10/2015 2:29:00 PM
More reviews by graceybaby8
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
I bought this in the last VIBROUGE sale and I received 20% off for the mini travel size. I believe I got this for nine dollars Canadian. I was a little bit iffy at first when the Sephora make up artist recommend this product because I've always used my bio derma cleansing water and cetaphil to remove my make up...and I've read all the negative reviews about irritating side effects. But I'm glad she convinced me to get a bottle of this Eye make up remover. I was surprised It removed all the make up that the bioderma cleansing water couldn't get off my eye. Luckily enough I didn't experience any irritation or burning on / in my eyes. One way I use this product is: by keeping one travel sized bottle in the shower and then I wet my face, and I use one pump of the product and divided between both eyelids... and gently rub the product on my eye lids to try and remove all my waterproof eye makeup... and then I rinse my eyelids right away under the shower head. And voila!! I don't come out of the shower with racoon eyes. If you're concerned about spending over $20 for the large regular size bottle Sephora has a mini size near their counter for about $10. And Sephora is also willing to give you a small size sample if you don't want to buy the travel size.
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on 1/3/2015 2:52:00 AM
More reviews by Milena
Skin: Normal, Tan, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium
Unfortunately, they changed the formula for this. It now stings and burns like crazy (a product that claims to be for sensitive eyes!), and doesn't even do that good of a job removing eye makeup anymore. Buyer beware.
on 12/22/2014 11:30:00 PM
More reviews by QueenAshe
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
I received a sample size of this from Sephora after redeeming a bunch of points. I kept this in my everyday makeup bag because of the small size. For the first couple of uses, it did its job, but it required quite a bit of rubbing to remove my liner or mascara even though it says its formulated to remove waterproof makeup. After several more uses, it started to burn my eyes if it got into it and my eyelids felt raw from all the rubbing. I'm glad I only got the sample instead of buying it because it's $24 USD on Sephora's website, which is not cheap. For a better eye makeup remover, may I recommend the Neutrogena Oil-Free eye make up remover? It does the same exact thing, but MUCH better for about 1/4th the price.
on 10/10/2014 1:05:00 AM
More reviews by dftns107
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
I have oily eyelids so i have to use smudgeproof and waterproof makeup and this remover makes it a breeze to remove at night. The last bottle i bought was a couple months ago and i'm seeing that people are complaining that this has been reformulated and is stinging their eyes? I really hope not.. i've tried quite a few makeup removers drug store and high end that are highly recomended and mufe hands down is the best. I dont enjoy the higher price tag but i always pick quality over quanity. The consistancy of this is much like a lotion and doesnt leave an oily residue which i've found most waterproof makeup removers to leave. A little bit goes a long ways.
on 8/17/2014 3:24:00 AM
More reviews by Dee124
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Awful product. Purchased in Barcelona just recently and this stings my eyes badly...as well as my pocket (this stuff aint cheap). I complained to a store rep and was told to try Clinique's TAKE THE DAY OFF makeup remover (the purple one) and whilst this takes some more effort it works and doesnt severely sting around my eyes.I wont be purchasing the Makeup Forever Sens Eyes again.
on 7/16/2014 9:39:00 AM
More reviews by adamj2004
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse
Awful remover. While it did take off makeup as it is supposed to, this burns horribly if you accidentally get it in your eyes. Also, my under eyes feel incredibly tight and dry the next morning after using this. It could probably be fixed with an eye cream but I've never had this reaction with another product. Worst of all, I woke up this morning to a welt under my eye which almost looks like a chemical burn! Be careful with this one! The packaging leaves a lot to be desired too, the plastic is stiff and brittle. When I was trying to get product out of it last night, I literally cracked the plastic squeezing it out. Very inconvenient and inexcusable for a pricier product.
on 5/1/2014 10:49:00 PM
More reviews by CloudsInMyCoffee
Skin: Dry, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Red, Other, Other
This is the only eye makeup remover I can use, and I have tried a lot! It doesn't burn my eyes, and you only need a tiny bit to get all your makeup off. I use it at the end of the day, and also when I'm putting on my makeup and need to do tiny clean ups.This only thing that drives me nuts is the packaging is fragile and terrible. Whenever I travel with this, the pressure from airplanes makes it ooze everywhere the next time I use it. This morning it fell off of my counter and the bottle BROKE. There is now a giant hole in the bottom of it, so I can't stand it upright! I would love a squeeze tube, or just a regular lid that is not a pump.Best I've found, but needs a serious bottle revamp!!!!
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