Simple Kind to Eyes Eye Make-up Remover

Simple Kind to Eyes Eye Make-up Remover

This Eye Make-up Remover from Simple is the one I come back to all the time. I’ve tried many brands, cheap and expensive ones, but Simple’s Kind to Eyes is the only one I’ve found so far that doesn’t make eyes greasy or sting when trying to remove mascara. Kind to Eyes Eye Make-up Remover is gentle and fragrance-free, it’s not at all oily and the consistency is of water… in fact it feels completely like water! Ā It’s very refreshing on the eyes and can be used as a pick-me-up for tired eyes too. As a wearer of contact lenses it can be tricky to find a good eye make-up remover that doesn’t dry out or irritate my lenses – but I think I’ve found it now šŸ™‚ Very reasonably priced – you can pick this up for around Ā£2 from some discounted stores, such as Wilkinson and Home Bargains. Available from: Boots Superdrug Wilkinson Find out more about the Simple range atĀ www.simple.co.uk   Pin...

Nivea Visage Extra Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover

It seems to be so hard to find a good eye make-up remover – we kept seeing Nivea’s Extra Gentle remover in the supermarkets, so decided to give it a try. As a budget remover we feel this is not too bad, but we did have a couple of niggles – despite being ‘extra gentle’ and suitable for contact lens wearers, it did sting the eyes a little which made it uncomfortable to use. Ā It also wasn’t particularly refreshing, which (rightly or wrongly) we feel an eye make-up remover should do. As far as removing make-up goes, it is very good, though some waterproof mascaras needed more than two or three applications to remove it. Ā However Nivea do have a separate waterproof eye make-up remover in the Visage range. Overall, a good budget remover, just a little disappointing. Available from: Asda Boots Ocado Sainsburys Superdrug Tesco Waitrose Pin...
Anatomicals No Old Bags Allowed Eye Gel

Anatomicals No Old Bags Allowed Eye Gel

I have tried this product over the last couple of days, used first in the morning after cleansing. I was pleased to say that this was not a greasy product so it didnā€™t interfere with my makeup routine and sat under my foundation nicely. It was slightly tingly when applying but nothing that made me feel uncomfortable. My eyes felt much fresher after applying and seemed to look less baggy. After applying at night time I didnā€™t see much improvement at morning time but then im allays a bit puffy in the morning. Definitely worth a go though to use in the morning as it did make me feel as it had given me a bit of a perk up! The wholeĀ anatomicals range can be found on their wacky website, its whole new young fresh range with no fancy jargon or writing, just straight to the point fun packaging. Priced at: Ā£3 for 15ml Availability: Anatomicals Beauty Counter Direct (Review by hunnybunn) Pin...

Garnier Eye Roll-On with Caffeine

We were a little unsure when we first opened this – would a roll-on product really be gentle enough around the eye area? Well, don’t worry – it is! In fact it’s so soothing it’s rather addictive! Formulated to hydrate and refresh tired eyes, the roll-on certainly does that. After a couple of weeks of testing this out we have certainly found it to moisturise well (although if you’re looking for something to combat lines and wrinkles this may not be enough for you) and it definitely perks up tired eyes – we were using it through the day, not just in the morning – it works well, but if applying over make-up the rollerball does get a little grubby. Longer term effects are reasonable, after just over two weeks use we noticed a slight reduction in dark circles. This will last such a long time too – being a rollerball applicator there’s no product wasted. A handy product, though you may want to combine this with a different product for night-time, especially if your main concerns are lines and wrinkles rather than tiredness and dark circles. Find out more from theĀ Garnier website Available from: Boots Pin...

Nivea Visage Q10 Plus Eye Cream

We had mixed reports on this one… some found it to be exactly what they needed, especially for visibly reducing wrinkles (as it says on the box), but others felt it didn’t do enough, some found no change at all. Overall, testers agreed that the texture was good and the cream absorbs well into the skin. It was also noted that the cream felt protective, yet not clogging. Recommended for ages 35+. Available from: Asda Boots Ocado Sainsburys Superdrug Tesco Waitrose Pin...