clinique the purple stuff still seems to be the best in my opinion.
I use Mary Kay's eye make up remover & it gets everything off. I also use Mary Kay's waterproof mascara & the remover gets it off every time.
Dude. Cheap and easy.St. Ives YELLOW tube of face wash...it gets off even the most seriosu mascara! Plus, it doesn;t leave that greasy mess...
Lancome's remover works great but is pricey. I agree, I have the Neutrogena now and I don't love it. I think I will try Clemson Girl's tip. I am all about cheap and easy. OK, that didn't sound so good...
I am old school. I use vaseline on a qtip.Works great!
I use Rimmel Gentle Eye Makeup Remover. I used to have problems with remover that wouldn't do very well but I like this stuff. I use a cotton pad (not ball) that way I can fold it for an edge to swipe away the mascara that ends up on my bottom lash line after I wash. :-)It's cheap (like $6 I think).I like it, but to each his (or her) own. :-)
Bobbi Brown makes the best one I've ever used.
The best eye makeup remover that never burns my eyes----plain old fashioned Pond's Cold Cream...It's great and can't beat the price.....
I love Clinique - purple! Easy on the eyes, too!
I personally love Target brand. Doesn't make my eyes water, takes everything off and is a bargain at $4 something.
Cheap and I buy it in bulk... Avon's creme eye makeup remover. Rub it on, wipe it off. No fuss, no muss. And I am notoriously bad for not removing my makeup before bed, therefore I have a hot mess to deal with in the morning. This always does the trick!
I love Philosophy's Purity cleanser. Works great on everything!
Lancome Bi-Facil Double Action Eye Make-Up removal is great. (light blue bottle). I've been using it for years. Removes Mascara Easily....even water-proof mascara! No scrubbing. I've tried the Lancome Eye MU Remover in the dark blue bottle (for sensitive eyes, I think)...it doesn't work as well. Good Luck.
Cheap ole Cetaphil! I use it to wash my whole face and my eye makeup. It's gentle, doesn't sting and like I said..cheap.
I've always used baby oil. I know it may sound odd but I use it to remove my eye make-up and then wash my face with dove sensitive skin soap. It's always worked for me, but no guarantees :) Good luck!
I'm with Clemson Girl on the St. Ives face cleanser. It's usually right by the face scrub. I've been using that forever...it gets it all off and doesn't bother my sensitive eyes.
Biore has a good foam soap that does the trick for me~
I am all about some eye makeup remover WIPES! I love the Neutragena ones...I realize this is a more expensive way to remove eye makeup, but I am oh-so-lazy at night, and it's oh-so-easy! :)
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