One of very few products that I would call HG! I wear WP mascara everyday. I am also a contact lens wearer. So, having a gentle but effective eye makeup remover is crucial for me. This is definitely the best I have ever tried. Lancome's Bifaci leaves a greasy film that I hate. I just tried the Boots No. 7 makeup remover that looks almost the same (clear and blue liquids that need to be shaken before use) but it was not effectively at all. I won't be straying again.
After using Clinique Take The Day Off (oily formula) it took me a few times to get used to this. It is gentle and doesnt sting my eyes. I use it to take the rest of my makup too, not just the eyes and it works very well. So basically it does what it should and I you can beat 5.99 price tag! Also I no longer cry if I spill my makeup remover as it is very inexpensive compared to $16 I used to shell out for Clinique. Also, I think this is a better pick for a summer makeup remover as it is light and refreshing. I would def buy again.
Update: I am going back to Clinique. I wear pretty heavy makeup on weekend and you really have to rub your eyes with the cotton ball a bunch of times with this remover in order to get all the m/u off. Its not good for eyelashes as they end up breaking and falling out as a result of this. This remover is good for every day light makeup though, or for some that dont wear that much to begin with.
I've gone through several bottles of this one and it didn't sting or burn my eyes even once! It's a dual phased product (just like I prefer) which removes mascara and eyeliner very nice with very little effort. I'm very pleased with this one.I will continue repurchasing! EDIT : HG!
its absoulte the worest eyemakeup remover i have had ever tried, it just doesnt work..and the formula, i dont think it can clean or even take a little bit off for my eye makeup, so disappointing..dont wanna try any cheap stuffs any more
The best cheap eye makeup remover on the market. I don't use waterproof makeup, but I don't want to use half a bottle to remove makeup once, only to get irritated eyes and bad makeup removal (that's what usually happens with non-oily cleansers). All you need to remove the grease is rinse with water.
Am a big fan of Bi facil but I thought I would give this a try since it is a lot cheaper and they are owned by the same company. It works fine -the texture is not as refined as Bi facil, and you have to use a little more to avoid rubbing. I also found you have to keep shaking the bottle to keep it the 2 layers combined as it separates very quickly which is a little annoying. Its pretty good for the price. Nothing beats the Bi facil
Bought this because I was overseas and I didn't have time to do research (read MUA reviews lol). I dunno why I bought this really- L'Oreal tests on animals.
As for the performance- it's ok. It takes of my makeup but not my Majolica Majorca waterproof mascara. It's WAY too oily fo r me and I find that sometimes the oil comes into my eyes and my vision gets blurry..
I should've just stuck to natural oils (jojoba, EVOO) to remove eye makeup, they work much better, are much cheaper, and they're cruelty-free.
The best eye makeup remover I've ever used!!
Since I've decided to stay off high end brands while I was unemployed, I bought this eye makeup remover because it was cheap (7.99 CND on sale). It's been a few months and I'm still using it. While I find it removes eye make up just fine for me, though I rarely wear waterproof makeup (I find non-waterproof removers don't remove anything), I still find the texture very oily compared some other removers I've used in the past. I also very much dislike the packaging, the lid is not very well designed for a liquid product like this, and I find that annoying every time I use it. I have used a Lancome Bifacil make up remover in the past which is okay, but I am definitely going back to the Chanel soon, which is great in texture and packaging, and overall a good quality remover.
I've had a bottle of it for about a year now. Rarely use it because usually I just use a cleanser to remove all my makeup. But for those occasional times I cover my lids with a ton of shadow and need to remove it- this is what I use to do the trick. I like to use it with regular tissue paper, I think cotton swaps just smear it around. I love the smell, its so old school classic and reminds me of something an older rich lady might smell like...haha. o.k I'll stop now.