Eye Make-Up Remover. What's good?

(29 Posts)

I just finished a teeny bottle of Gatineau Floracil which I really liked.
It shifted my Mally mascara and no stinging.
So,I am just nosy- looking for reccomendations.

Any ideas before I treat myself?

TIA.
What do y'all use?

(Spit on a hanky will not be considered BTW)

EllenParsons Sat 27-Apr-13 23:58:33

Lancôme

ParmaViolette Sun 28-Apr-13 00:29:28

Another vote for Lancôme

suze28 Sun 28-Apr-13 00:32:54

Lancome Bi Facil or Clinique take the day off. I'm going to buy some Bioderma Sensibio when we're in France this summer. Have heard such good things about it.

Not Simple. It stings the fuck clean out of my eyes.

Lighthousekeeping Sun 28-Apr-13 00:46:23

I love Simple eye makeup remover! I don't like any that have to be washed off. I can't be bothered.

101handbags Sun 28-Apr-13 00:51:04

Another vote for Clinique Take the Day Off here.

GTbaby Sun 28-Apr-13 01:29:36

Olive oil.

therumoursaretrue Sun 28-Apr-13 02:17:22

I love the Lancôme one too.

Clinique, the purple one, can't live without it

amazingmumof6 Sun 28-Apr-13 02:45:48

plain vaseline, apply, rub gently, then wipe off

recall Sun 28-Apr-13 03:09:43

Mac

goodbyeyellowbrickroad Sun 28-Apr-13 03:15:49

Bioderma Sensiblo H2O is fab! V gentle, gets the most stubborn make up off and leaves no residue. I've bought mine in France and from Amazon but think Boots might be stocking it now or v soon.

noviceoftheday Sun 28-Apr-13 04:22:19

Liz Earle cleanse & polish then the toner. No stinging and very effective!

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 28-Apr-13 07:37:04

Baby oil.

minibmw2010 Sun 28-Apr-13 07:43:53

Another vote for Simple here.

Sh1ney Sun 28-Apr-13 07:50:15

I've tried them all and use a variety. I wear fairly heavy eye make up so need something heavy duty yet gentle. The best is cleanse and polish. I like Lancôme bi facil and I'm also really impressed with Nivea double one ... It's three quid and it is identical to bi facil in performance.

Beatrixpotty Sun 28-Apr-13 08:19:14

Boots No 7 really good for getting mascara off

didireallysaythat Sun 28-Apr-13 08:25:47

Liz Earle cleanse and polish

Clarins

Lush Ultrabland is the only one I've found that doesn't irritate the skin, if I run out I use Vaseline

Willabywallaby Sun 28-Apr-13 08:35:51

Just sitting here thinking I need to buy some, will be watching...

Another vote for No7 here

auldspinster Sun 28-Apr-13 10:33:35

RoC biphase stuff, £3 from direct cosmetics.

ellesabe Sun 28-Apr-13 11:48:28

I used to use the Simple cleansing wipes but have just switched to Tesco own brand which are much better and a third of the price

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