WHAT TO USE TO REMOVE YOUR EYE MAKE UP???

It is not an easy thing to find the right eye make up remover. Some of them are good quality but a bit too greasy. Others don’t remove the waterproof mascara or make eyes watery.

Everybody has different eyes. Some of the people have really sensitive, others very watery or perfectly fine.

Today, I don’t have any suggestion what to choose (probably you are very surprise right now). With your eyes is always better to try products by yourself. Do not listen to your friends saying ”This is amazing.” or ”It is good for you.” They do not know that!!! They can not warranty it to you.

The best solution is to ask for sample. If the company doesn’t have it ask beauty consultant to try it on you. That way you can check straight away how is it work because the reaction on the eyes appears the quickest.

I was lucky enough to find my favourite product for removing my eye make up. It took me a while to find it. During my exploring I found out what I didn’t like in some of them.

1) Lancome eye make up remover —> to greasy and to expensive.

2) Dior eye make up remover —> to expensive unfortunately.

3) Vichy eye make up remover —> I have cried during application.

4) Nivea eye make up remover —> my eye were itchy and watery every time I used it.

After suffering for some time I went to Boots and bought Loreal eye make up remover for sensitive eyes. Personally for me is absolutely amazing. Very soft, refreshing and easy to use. It has got gel texture which cooling down tired and sensitive eyes.

I will not tell you it is the right product for you. I will tell you – try it and then make the decision.

Price range: £4.00

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