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Eye make up remover for very sensitive eyes that isn't £££

(13 Posts)
Indecisivejo Sat 09-Jul-16 11:37:36

Any suggestions? I tried the simple one yesterday and it killed my eyes and woke up with sore spot under my eye!

Nottsangel2015 Sat 09-Jul-16 11:43:51

I recommend the Nivea double effect eye make remover which is oil based, the liquid is two tone and you shake it up and apply, it takes off even the most stubborn make up and I have very sensitive skin and eyes and I have had no irritation when using it, on my second bottle of the stuff actually. Btw, I cannot use any of the simple range as they all irritate my skin particularly their face wipes.
Hope that helps x

Indecisivejo Sat 09-Jul-16 12:10:09

Oh crap I had that exact one in my hand in sains but put it back on shelf, damn! I shall go back later thank you

IWannaHoldYourHand Sat 09-Jul-16 12:11:18

Ponds cold cream works well for me. Simple stings me too.

ohidoliketobe Sat 09-Jul-16 12:15:52

Boots cucumber eye make up remover gel. It's £1.50 I'd link but seems to be down.It's never stung my sensitive eyes and shifts even waterproof mascara.

'Simple' is a con. I find every one of their products sting.

Hastalapasta Sat 09-Jul-16 12:16:10

Baby lotion works well, I also have Waitrose Essential Pure eye makeup remover which is nice but not great on waterproof mascara.

Indecisivejo Sat 09-Jul-16 12:35:15

The boots cucumber one and baby lotion is perfumed which is a no no for me sad

Doobigetta Sat 09-Jul-16 13:06:50

I use plain sweet almond oil. Costs very little, and is very effective and gentle. You need to wipe over with water at the end though or you have a blurry film over your eyes for a bit.

karalime Sat 09-Jul-16 13:10:27

Oil is good - olive or jojoba works well, they don't sting and you can use them for lots of other things.

pippinandtog Sat 09-Jul-16 17:32:49

Definitely Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish: my answer to everything.

rocket74 Sat 09-Jul-16 18:10:44

When I had a breakout and super sensitive skin the two items that got me back to normal were Nivea Sensitive Micellar water and a big tub of aqueous cream. Both £3.
I ditched the expensive kiehls !!
Cream first then Micellar water for a double cleanse.

Indecisivejo Sat 09-Jul-16 19:09:34

I bought the Nivea one and used it just stinging!! Thank you

Nottsangel2015 Sat 09-Jul-16 19:11:17

Glad you got one that works :-) it is brilliant
Stuff! X

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