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Please recommend an eye makeup remover to me

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TheBlonde Mon 14-May-07 09:40:43

Please recommend an eye makeup remover to me
I am fed up of waking up with panda eyes the next day


cathcart Mon 14-May-07 09:43:32

tesco skin kindly or simple eye m/u remover. they are both non-greasy and gentle.

Whoooosh Mon 14-May-07 09:46:51

I love the Johnsons pre-soaked pads-not cheap but very gentle but do the trick-no panda eyes for me any more!

mumto3girls Mon 14-May-07 09:47:43

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish....

TheBlonde Mon 14-May-07 13:46:38

Cheers, I've tried simple before
Any other suggestions?

cornsilk Mon 14-May-07 13:47:08

Simple wipes are cheap and good.

happystory Mon 14-May-07 13:47:24

L'oreal face and eye makeup remover wipes.

themoon66 Mon 14-May-07 13:48:25

Boots botanic... even shifts waterproof mascara.

stressteddy Mon 14-May-07 13:50:41

L'oreal eye make up remover -v good

TheBlonde Mon 14-May-07 14:23:37

I've tried various of the wipes - simple, no7, loreal
Maybe I'm just rubbish at removing eye makeup?

dollyk Mon 14-May-07 14:25:11

Clinique its called take the day off

scatterbrain Mon 14-May-07 14:27:12

Virgin Vie do two - one for waterprrof masc and one for sensitive eyes - both excellent !

I also like Liz Earle's Eyebright

dinosaur Mon 14-May-07 14:27:48

Lancome do a very good one for sensitive eyes - it is quite expensive though - it is pale blue and called something like Bi-facil.

Lilymaid Mon 14-May-07 14:32:52

Lancome Eau de Bienfait Clarte - eye make up remover/make up remover and toner in one. It is expensive though! (Would prefer a product that also moisturised and re-applied make up for me next morning

TheBlonde Fri 28-Sep-07 19:26:46

Right I have just finished trying simple eye wipes, simple eye make up remover liquid and olay eye make up remover

I am still removing mascara days later

Any further suggestions?

Twirl Fri 28-Sep-07 19:31:23

Liz Earle Cleanse and polish. The best I have ever used!

flowerybeanbag Fri 28-Sep-07 19:33:00

this is the only one I like, it works and doesn't sting.

Have noticed they also now do this as well, haven't tried that one though.

You might be able to get a tester?

lulumama Fri 28-Sep-07 19:34:08

baby oil
cheap and cheerful, wipe over with baby wipe/ face wipe or wash face in bath/ shower to get rid of residue

cheap as chips and takes off waterproof stuff too

StarryStarryNight Fri 28-Sep-07 19:34:57

Huggies nappy wipes.

Or in the current climate, maybe Pampers sensitive. Other than that, Lancome.

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