The Lancome eye makeup remover is the best out there (in my opinion). It gets EVERYTHING off and is very gentle. When I don't feel like shelling out the cash for the Lancome one, I buy this. It actually reminds me a lot of the Lancome one and surprisingly is (almost) just as effective. I always have a bottle of this on hand. And for me to like something and re-purchase its a HUGE deal as I'm usually never satisfied :) It does leave an oily residue, but without it having that consistency it would never take off all my eye makeup. After a few minutes that residue goes away so It's not a big deal to me. I also use DHC cleansing oil and Ponds Cold Cream sometimes to remove my eye makeup. But this one probably comes in a close second after Lancome.
HG eye makeup remover. Removed even the most stubborn waterproof mascara/eyeliner. It doesn't burn my very sensitive eyes (unlike the L'oreal one) and it doesn't break me out! I always wash my face after because it does have an oily residue. Good price, will continue to repurchase (I've been using this for 2 years)
been using this for 3 years and i like it. it removes my eye make up and i use it as a make up remover also.doesnt give me any breakouts. it does leave a greasy residue eventhough it said 'oil free' (thats why i dont give 5stars). i usually just wipe it off with my toner afterwards.
Wow, this is the first bad 'non-oily' eye makeup remover I've ever used. First, it's VERY OILY and a hassle to cleanse off. Even just using it on a Q-tip to lightly correct a small mascara smear left an oily streak that required a hot, wet washcloth plus cleanser to remove. Hassle.
Second, if I got even a tiny amount in my eye, it burned!! Out came the wet washcloth again. I mean, what the heck?
I tried using this product at least 3 times because the results were so unusual - and also, I didn't want to believe I'd totally wasted my money. But really, cheaper brands like Maybelline or even CVS house brand are much better.
This is great for fixing eyeliner when you apply too much of it. Otherwise it's a decent make-up remover, a bit expensive for what it is. It does seem to leave an oily residue on your skin so I don't know about it being oil free.
I love the design of the bottle, it's really easy to soak a q-tip into the product or pour it onto a cotton pad.
I thought this was awful. It claims to be oil free, yet it leaves a film on my contacts, which is a problem - sometimes I take off my eye makeup hours before I take my contacts out and go to bed. I didn't find it to be great at removing eye makeup, either, and I don't even use waterproof. I've used ten times better at DS prices, like Sonia Kashuk.
I've used this for years and I love it! It removes my eye makeup very quickly at night and I have used it to remove lip colour as well. It works really well as a spot corrector when applying eye makeup. A little bit of this on the end of a q-tip works wonders for removing excess liquid liner, even after it has dried. It is a little greasy so I have to blot any excess off with a tissue to ensure that it doesn't spread and ruin the rest of my eye makeup. But I think that shows that even just a little bit of this can really remove makeup!
I love this stuff. Just as good as Clinique's remover, but almost half the price. I buy in bulk when it goes on sale.
Ugh...finally got around to using up this product today, and I am very unimpressed. For an oil-free eye makeup remover, this sure left a greasy, filmy feeling around my eyes. Also, it didn't take off all of my mascara even after two soaked cotton pads were used! And it wasn't waterproof mascara or some other hard-to remove formula, either. Also, the opening is huge on this which makes it really prone to spilling, and it's very hard to control the amount that comes out (it's either too much or not nearly enough).I was really stunned when I saw the 4.0 rating on this. This is junk, and there are much better eye makeup removers out there, even among other drugstore brands. Definitely would not repurchase, and I'm glad this is finally done.
Im a makeup artist and this is what i use in my kit.
I also have contact lenses and i find this is the only eye makeup remover i can use that dosn't burn my eyes