Wow, I just got a small bottle of this (in the free gift set) and I love it! I was amazed by the amount of make-up left on the tissue I used to remove it with. It got every bit off too... a first with any remover i've tried! Unfortunatly, I would repurchase this, but I think it's too expensive for my college budget. It's a hard desicion though... I think I'll probably cave in and buy it.
I've used a lot of d/s versions of eye mu remover (but not many dept store versions) and finally got this Take the Day Off (TTDO) MU remover a few yrs ago as part of a free gift and I am SO glad i did! Clinique gives it out a lot as a free gift too, so you can really test it out while enjoying other Clinique products. Actually, this month, Macy's in PA is giving out a free gift that has a 1.7 FL OZ TTDO as a part of it (along with a really cool tiny wristlet, a similiar mu bag, and a bigger green print mu bag plus a dramatically different moisturizing lotion and a mascara...and I got a supermoisture sample to try).
TTDO really works to take off any mu including w/p mascara and liner pencil. I usually use one cotton ball for each eye and then a q-tip to get whatever is left over. With most other MU removers I've tried I have still had to use vaseline, my be all and end all, to get the little bit that is inevitably left over, but there is no need with TTDO. Plus it doesn't sting my eyes - AT ALL!
It isn't cheap but it isn't as expensive as some others. I love it and will keep using it!
This reminds me a lot of Mary Kay's version and also one by Almay. I got this for free in a gwp at Macy's and the formula is superb. I am a huge fan of Estee Lauder's Take It Away cream eye makeup remover, but this Clinique one is just as good. Takes off even tough glitter and waterproof formulas with ease, all without irritation nor tugging. Great stuff!
It takes off my eye makeup so quickly & easily. I find that eye makeup removers that AREN'T oil free wipes off my makeup easier. I apply it on a qtip each night and that's all I even need. I have a sample size & by using my method I positive this tiny bottle will last me a while. Although I like this product, I don't think I wil be buying it again because it's just too pricey for a makeup remover. I hear around that Almay's Makeup Remover works just as good. It even comes in a purple bottle!
quick, effective and effortless! everything i need in a makeup remover.
Beats Lancome's Bi-Facil hands down. It removes everything without having to drag or pull around the eyes and it doesn't sting. The best thing about it is that I have acquired so many through GWPs that I haven't had to buy one for at least a year!
basic. good. nothing too special but it works well.
I often wear eyeliner, dark or shimmery colours on the eyes, under eye concealer and a base (am not some a makeup rep or poledancer I just like eyemakeup) I also have sensitive skin that reacts like heck to wierd stuff. As much as I hate defending Clinique (3 step programme of evil ruined my skin) this make up remover is amazing, it lasts ages and I cannot fault it- dont forget to shake it as its oil in water formula separates but trying is believing. No excuse for mucky pillow cases and panda eyes with this little beauty in the house
I really like this eyemakeup remover. I had to edit my review because it's the most effective one I've found. It's a very thorough eye makeup remover and gentle, doesn't irritate my eyes at all and gets all makeup off your eyes. You do have to shake it to combine the oil part with the solvent part, but that is what makes it so effective. This is MUCH better than Lancome's Bi-Facil, which isn't very effective. I got this as a GWP and I would buy it again.
I am a fan of this product because it has been the only eye makeup remover so far that has not irritated my extremely sensitive eyes. It deals well with most mascaras and all eyeshadows and lipsticks, and doesn't leave behind a greasy film like so many other similar products. However, I do not like the opening of the bottle, which is so wide as to result in too much coming out of the bottle (perhaps this is a calculated thing), and I also go through a bottle quite quickly, which makes this an expensive regular purchase. If I ever find anything cheaper that my eyes like as much as this I will abandon Take The Day Off, but for now it is a keeper.