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Aqua (Water), Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Decyl Glucoside, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopherol, Allantoin, Vaccinium Myrtillus (Bilberry) Extract, Beta Glucan, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Euphrasia Officinalis (Eyebright) Extract, Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel) Fruit Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract, Camellia Oleifera (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Extract, Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Phenoxyethanol.
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Reviews For Chamomile & Green Tea Eye Makeup Remover
Based on 10 Reviews
I highly recommend this...
I am surprised some reviewers are recommending against it. It works perfectly, and is extremely gentle. Because of the gel like consistency, it only takes a tiny visible amount...but then when you apply it to your eye it feels like there's a ton on there! It definitely gets in your eye, but it's so gentle it feels harmless. It absolutely removes all of my eyeliner, mascara, and even when I wear waterproof. I will be buying this again, but I haven't run out in months of daily use! One bottle lasts a really long time.
- Marisa Moon
Would be 5 stars if it didn't sting so bad!
This stuff works great! Gets my makeup off, even waterproof and dermablend! Only down side is it really stings if any gets in your eyes.
This stuff works great and is a natural alternative to harsh chemical makeup removers. I take a little bit on my fingers and rub it into my eyelids and then wipe off with a tissue/kleenex! Works wonders (just dont get it in your eye!)
Do not buy
The consistency of this product is awful, which I could look past if the product actually work. However, it failed to remove my eye makeup all together and I do not wear water proof eye makeup.
Get's the Makeup Off
So I am not a huge fan of gels - and seriously do not get this in your eyes because it really burns, but it really gets the make up off and quickly. If you don't mind gels, I recommend trying it.
This makeup remover works great! I wasn't expecting a gel, but I quickly got used to it and am impressed how quickly it gets the makeup off my eyes. Two thumbs up from me!
This is a gel
I wasn't sure what to expect with a natural makeup remover, and I was right. It's a gel, which isn't clear on the label, so it's different than what I'm used to. Don't get it in your eyes, natural or not, it will sting.
It does work, though, I just wish it was easier to apply that's all. Might be much easier to use if it was just a straight liquid.
- Madeline O.
Natural remover and nourishing too
This is a really good makeup remover that doesn't have alcohol or chemicals, so it's not harming my skin as it takes off the makeup.
I've also been noticing that my face looks and feels softer, and that some of my spots are fading. I'm not sure if it's the green tea or what, but I like how it's working so far.
- Margie Ortiz
After a long day, I hate fussing with taking a long time to get make-up off. I just want to go to bed. This stuff works wonders. After my stylist recommended it to me to use as a facial cleanser to get off make-up, it's been absolutely amazing. I just use this to wash my face like a facial cleanser, and all of my make-up just comes off: foundation, fake lashes, eyeshadow, everything. It doesn't have too strong of a scent, and it doesn't seem to be bothering the oily skin of my face. I'm a convert.
- Juliana Maddrid
Well it is not the one I really love, but still cleaning and removing purposes are working. But there is nothing bad about it... I just prefer more creamy texture than jelly one. It has jelly texture and clear on color, I prefer creamy texture and white color...
- Tammy Walters
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