Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover

Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover,3.75 fl. oz.

Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover

  • Eye Care
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Clinically tested for skin irritancy and allergy
  • Fragance-free
  • Non-comedogenic
  • Ophthalmologist-tested
  • Suitable for contact lens wearers

Mary Kay oil-free eye makeup remover is a gently removes eye makeup, including waterproof mascara, without tugging or pulling the delicate skin in the eye area. Formula does not leave skin feeling dry.

Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Can’t live without it, August 19, 2008
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This review is from: Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover,3.75 fl. oz. (Misc.)
I have decided I absolutely cannot live without this product. My last bottle ran out about a month ago and so I opted to run to the drug store and pick up some generic remover and BOY was I sorry ~ it made my eyes blood red!I then opted for Avon’s remover and hated that I had to practically scrub my mascara off my face, plus it barely removed it!So I called my Mary Kay lady last week and begged her for a bottle which she gladly brought over! I’ve since thrown away my other non-Mary Kay bottles!This is the best product on the market! Eye makeup comes off so easy and gently with a cotton ball and no rinsing required!

I LOVE IT!!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!

 

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Strips the Make Up Off!, July 7, 2011
By
BookMaven (Washington DC)
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This review is from: Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover,3.75 fl. oz. (Misc.)
I use waterproof Dior mascara, which is very dark and difficult to remove. I’ve used other eye-make up removers and the only ones that I really LOVED were this and the Shiseido make-up remover. A lot of others leave a kind of film all over your eyes. At vs. though, hands down the Mary Kay remover wins.I now use Waterproof LashBlast Volume Mascara. The Mary Kay doesn’t work quite as well on it as it did on the Dior, but it still does the job quite well. I’ve found I do need to let the mascara “soak” in the solution for a bit though.

 

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
A product that delivers what it promises., October 10, 2011
This review is from: Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover,3.75 fl. oz. (Misc.)
I should preface my review by stating up front that I have very sensitive eyes and have often had negative reactions to products that I have used to remove my eye makeup or even in the eye makeup itself, so I’m always very careful about what I use.Having said that, this is the first eye makeup remover that does what it promises to do: it removes my makeup without irritating my eyes.Because I have cats I have found that mascara, on me, works like a cat hair magnet, and my cats are short hair, not long, but it is that fine filament micro fur that they have that seems to be what is lured by my mascara, so I never dare sleep in my makeup.I read the review that stated that this leaves an oily residue on the eyes, and the first time I tried it I found it to do the same to me, however, I believe my mistake was in putting too much remover on the eyepad I was using. It did not sting my eyes or iritate them, it just made a bit of film on my eyes when I blinked for a bit after using it.

So, I adjusted the amount the next time I used it and had a great result. It removed my mascara and eye pencil cleanly, without leaving me with that ‘raccoon’ smearage around my eyes that would require additional time when I cleansed my whole face, and the eyeshadow disappeared in a single swipe.

It is also cool and refreshing when I use it, a benefit after a long day. I use the remover to get that hard to remove makeup from my eyes, then wash my face and when I’m done, there is nothing left but fresh, dewy, clean skin and for a woman in her mid forties, that’s a nice thing to be able to say!

 

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