Waterproof mascara remover for sensitive skin

(8 Posts)
MrsJamin Mon 20-Jun-16 06:42:43

I am stumped trying to find some that doesn't require scrubbing my eyelashes basically and feeling like I am ruining the skin under my eye. Is there any under a tenner you'd recommend?

Trumpton Mon 20-Jun-16 07:54:13

Maybe not under a tenner but Boots No7 in gold tube is a "tubing " mascara. Doesn't shift all day and comes off in warm water .it is the best one I have .
Stay Perfect

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 20-Jun-16 10:11:05

Wilko eye make up remover, it's 99p and even gets my hard core waterproof mascara off. I have very sensitive eyes.

MrsJamin Mon 20-Jun-16 16:32:53

Thanks both of you! I need some new mascara so I'll treat myself to the boots one and get something else half price!

shovetheholly Mon 20-Jun-16 17:16:35

I could be wrong as I am hardly a beauty guru, but could it be that the problem isn't the mascara but the remover? I use baby oil. I know it sounds crazily greasy, but it cuts through even thick waterproof stuff. I then use cleanser/micellar water to get rid of the oil and all the rest of the makeup. My eyes aren't greasy by the end, and there is no mascara left on them.

TooMuchCoffeeMakesMeZoom Mon 20-Jun-16 17:20:59

I've moved to a tube mascara that just comes off with warm water and rubbing too. I use blinc.

hollyisalovelyname Mon 20-Jun-16 18:35:20

Avene eye make up remover gel is the most gentle I've used. I don't like the gel consistency but will have to back to it. It just works on my really, realy,really sensitive eyes.

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Mon 20-Jun-16 18:57:39

I find if you blob the remover onto your shut eye and leave to soak for a minute, the mascara lifts off easily with cotton wool. Aqueous cream is good and also cheap for a huge tub.

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