Good eye make up remover?

(18 Posts)
kansasmum Tue 12-Jan-16 06:52:17

I'm using Garnier one and it's not great. Seems to leave mascara behind even though it's not waterproof! I take make up off before bed but wake up with panda eyes !!
Can you recommend a really thorough eye make up remover?

HappenstanceMarmite Tue 12-Jan-16 06:59:15

Clinique Rinse-Off. Every time.

Aquamarine70 Tue 12-Jan-16 07:00:35

Simple is very good & doesn't irritate my eyes.

ohdearlord Tue 12-Jan-16 07:01:31

Clinique take the day off - the remover. I haven't tried the cleansing milk one.

HippyPottyMouth Tue 12-Jan-16 07:06:07

I bought two bottles of the crappy garnier one and have had to add a dollop of baby oil. Nivea double effect was recommended by loads of people on a beauty Facebook group.

augustusglupe Tue 12-Jan-16 07:26:59

Lancôme Bi facil...I've been using it for about 15 years and won't use anything else. It dissolves waterproof eye makeup. My eyes are quite sensitive, I wear contacts and it's really soothing.

MrsSparkles Tue 12-Jan-16 07:32:41

Used to use Clinique take the day off which was great. But have now found Nivea double effect which is just as good and half the price.

PurpleThermalsNowItsWinter Tue 12-Jan-16 07:35:46

I don't use an eye make up remover but use super drug vitamin e hot cloth clense which removes all makeup. Buy some decent flannels (I have a clean one every morning).

ThinkAboutItTomorrow Tue 12-Jan-16 07:37:04

La Roche Posey physiological cleanser. It's like magic, just dissolves any mascara without even having to wipe your eye, a splash of water is enough.

OvertiredandConfused Tue 12-Jan-16 14:31:43

I'm a recent convert to Tropic and the cleanser is just fab. Removes all my make-up, including waterproof mascara and 24 hour lipstick. Skin is better than it's been in years too

kansasmum Tue 12-Jan-16 16:50:31

Thanks everyone. Will give these a go!

kansasmum Tue 12-Jan-16 17:53:52

Dh just got me the Lancôme one at Heathrow!! Fab!!

Donge13 Tue 12-Jan-16 18:09:56

The Lancôme one is fab

daisydalrymple Tue 12-Jan-16 18:13:42

No 7 one that you shake to mix the two liquids together is great for waterproof / hard to shift mascara. (As is the very lovely Claris equivalent, which is sadly out of my current price range).

LotsOfShoes Tue 12-Jan-16 19:17:49

The l'oreal one that you shake and mix is the best i've tried and a good price.

Bluecheese22 Tue 12-Jan-16 19:38:59

I love Body Shop Camomile cleansing balm, highly recommend it.

ChishandFips33 Tue 12-Jan-16 19:43:17

LRP

PinkPjamas Tue 12-Jan-16 19:45:53

I just use vegetable oil. Every other I have tried has either made a mess, not worked or made my eyes sting, so I gave up trying them and use that. Coconut oil or normal vegetable oil (rapeseed etc). Olive oil doesn't work very well.

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