Almay Oil Free Gentle Eye Makeup Remover. This gentle oil free liquid removes all traces of makeup that soap and water can leave behind. Formulated with a botanical blend of aloe, cucumber and green tea, it sweeps away makeup without irritation. Perfect for contact lens wearers. Hypoallergenic. Fragrance-free. Dermatologist tested.
Application tips: Shake gently before use. Apply liquid to a cotton ball or pad and gently sweep over closed eye lid.
Almay Eye Makeup Removers also available in other formats including: Almay Longwear & Waterproof Liquid Eye Makeup Remover, Almay Oil Free Eye Makeup Eraser Sticks and Almay Eye Makeup Remover Pads.
Your clear choice for clean. Ingredients these products are formulated without, by category: • Beauty, Personal Care & Cleaning - formulated without Phthalates, Propyl-paraben & Butyl-paraben, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). • Feminine Care, Adult Care & Diapers - fragrance free and chlorine free. • Pets - formulated with meat, poultry, or seafood as the first ingredient, and without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
Recommended for Sensitive Skin.
Recommended for Oily Skin.
Recommended for Dry Skin.
Recommended for Combination Skin.
Recommended for Normal Skin.
Recommended for Mature Skin.
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i saw this and wanted to try it as I thought as an Almay product, it might be more "natural". However, the smell was so bad that I couldn't even get it close to my eyes before having to put it down! I was shocked that it could smell like chemicals as a makeup remover, so I asked two other family members to smell it and both said it smelled terrible. I called the company (which is Revlon) and I asked the women if she ever used the product and whether she was familiar with the smell. She gave me such a vague answer and didn't really respond with a direct answer, basically saying that we all have a different opinion on how something smells. She then said she would mail me a return postage envelope for me to return the product to them before issuing a refund. I did return the product immediately upon receiving the postage prepaid envelope and waited a few weeks, however, I never got the refund. I called the company again and they told me that they had not received it (when I had the receipt that it was sent long ago). I had to finally speak to a supervisor to finally get approval on a refund. I was very dissatisfied with this process, as I could have just returned it to Target (I did have the receipt of the purchase), but I thought they wanted to actually check the product. I had no idea that it would be a month before I received the refund. I will never buy a product from Almay (Revlon) again. Very disappointing product. I will continue using the Target brand make up remover which does not have any bad or chemical smell.
I wear eye makeup about 5 days/week, and this eye makeup remover liquid lasts me almost a year. Just dab onto a cotton ball and you're set. Sometimes you have to work at it a bit, but it works. The only downside is that it feels a tad sticky/greasy so I always have to rinse my eyelids with a bit of water afterwards, but that's not a huge inconvenience since you should wash your face anyway after wearing makeup. I've been using it for several years now. Great price for what you're getting.
There's a reason this eye makeup remover only costs $4.99. It's cheap because it doesn't work. I spent quite a bit on expensive eye makeup remover that works great, but I wanted to try something cheaper to save money so I tried this, and it's horrible. it does not work. I wear eye shadow, liner, mascara along with all day wear eye shadow base, and this remove does not remove anything. I have to use so much of it on so many cotton swabs and rub like crazy to get any of my makeup off. In the end, I'm left with liner and mascara still on but smeared. So needless to say, I ordered my more expensive eye makeup remove and am throwing this out.
I've been using this product for years, and it is still my favorite eye makeup remover, even after trying other brands. To effectively remove waterproof mascara, you need to drench a cotton swab or cotton ball and gently apply to the area. I found this product to be more effective and gentler than products that contained oil, which irritated my eyes.
To be fair, I don't know how well it works for removing makeup. I actually used it for a completely different reason. After a hospital stay, I had sticky residue on my skin from having a heart monitor stuck to me for a few days. Not only are the stickers painful to peel off, but the adhesive requires some serious scrubbing. I had someone tell me about this remover years ago and I used the pads...they helped SO much. Made the process of removing the adhesive super easy, even better than rubbing alcohol. This time around I opted for the liquid since I don't use it often and the pads will eventually dry up. It worked just as well, but you have to use a bit more and make sure you used the right thing to apply it with. All that being said, I'm sure if it can remove that sticky residue then it would probably work great on makeup! I don't wear it though so can't say for sure.