Look, when you're paying a dollar, you can only expect so much. Yes, it tingles/burns a bit, but no more than a lot of stuff (acne medicines ect) I put on my face. So I wasn't as bothered by that as some reviewers. I found using a qtip helped minimize the stinging rather than slathering it no a cotton ball.
- Removes eye makeup very well.
- Super cheap and affordable.
- Tingles, apparently too much for most of these reviewers.
- Smells AWFUL. My husband could smell it two rooms away. Very stinky chemical smell.
I rate it a three because it does what it says, and it's really cheap. I struggled between a two or a three, but nowhere on it does it say it's sensitive or anything like that for anyone who may be sensitive to the tingle. It claims to remove makeup and be oil free, which it's not oily, and it removes makeup. It was $1.19 at Rite Aid. It did it's job. It's no four or five star product or miraculous diamond in the rough, but for $1.19, I'm probably going to keep buying it because I'm on a budget and would rather splurge on other stuff. If I can keep my eyeliners and makeup removers ect at a dollar, I can spend that money on other things.