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Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Product Obsession! - Garnier Simply Essentials Eye Make-Up Remover (Review)

Hi my little butterflies (slightly cheesy but lets go with it) how are you all? 
I'm here to announce to the internet my obsession with a certain product...I have repurchased this more times than I can count but it was only a few months ago when i thought to start collecting the empty bottles in case i ever made a post..and here i am making that very thing....

3 on the left are the empties. 




The reasonable price of around £2.99 and the fact that its advertised for sensitive eyes (can also be used by contact lens wearers like my self) meant that when I first saw this product months and months ago I simply had to have it, and to this day I'm still using and loving it. 

Unlike some thick and gloopy eye makeup removers that I've used in the past this one has a thin watery texture meaning your lashes won't clump together (i speak from experience of previous products). I personally prefer the watery like consistency of this much better.

Although it is for sensitive eyes be careful when using this (soaking a cotton pad, placing on eyes for a few seconds and then sweeping off) because when the product mixes in with eye makeup it can cause your eyes to become slightly irritated but then again I guess you can never find a product that's completely soothing on the eyes AND removes tough makeup.

If used correctly i think the product does deliver amazing results day after day and I can honestly say i have no idea how those who use wipes (ew - separate post on why you shouldn't use wipes may be coming up) and those who use nothing and just wash their face can cope when there are things like this out there that make the job so much cleaner and easier to do. 

The nozzle/opening where the product comes out of is very typical Garnier as this can be seen across many of their products but when it comes to eye makeup removers this is perfect as it soaks the cotton pad just as you need, the lid also 'clicks' into place and becomes completely sealed meaning no spillages in case you are wishing to travel with it although planes don't allow this as it is over their 100ml rule, but buying separate 100ml clear containers and pouring some of this into it will work fine. 

Till' next time butterflies,

- A



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